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77 Le Falcon Verdi Lasciavano Coaguli Sull Asfalto, La Traccia Degli Pneumatici Insanguinati Cercai Di Camminare Rasente Il Muro Non C Era Nessuna Porta Attraverso Cui Entrare Per Nascondermi I Palazzi Non Avevano Porte Solo Finestre Ma Iniziavano Appena All Altezza Del Secondo Piano.A Ogni Finestra Famiglie Intere Con Bandierine Biancoazzurre Applaudivano E Festeggiavano La Parata Silenziosa Delle Falcon Verdi.Nel Vento Si Udiva L Eco Di Una Marcia Ed Era La Marcha Peronista Mi Appoggiai A Un Muro Sentii Qualcosa Di Caldo E Appiccicoso Sui Palmi, Sulle Dita.Il Muro Grondava Sangue.



10 thoughts on “77

  1. says:

    A winding, sometimes fascinating, claustrophobic novel about life under Videla in Argentina The lead, Gomez, is something of a cipher, though everything he gets up to gay affairs with police officers, sheltering pre


  2. says:

    It s after 1 a.m., I m tired, and so my words will have to wait except for this one of the best books I ve read this year.More to come.


  3. says:

    The second novel from Saccomanno in English translation is a much tamer affair than the comic take on Dante s Inferno, the exuberant monster Gesell Dome A snapshot of the seventies inside the Argentine Videla regime,


  4. says:

    Argentina nh ng n m 70 l n x n v y b t tr c, cu n s ch k v b c tranh x h i c a Argentina d i g c nh n c a m t gi o s ng t nh, y h n lo n, nh ng ng ph i tranh gi nh quy n l c, qu n i b t l c, ng i d n s ng trong s hoang mang, c


  5. says:

    This is the second novel by award winning Argentinian author, Guillermo Saccomanno, translated to English by Andrea G Labinger for Open Letter books and it is a good one The main story takes place in 1977 during the period called T


  6. says:

    Wow this novel, what a stunner Historical noir set mainly during the Dirty War in Argentina We follow Gomez, a gay former high school literature professor now in his 80 s as he recalls the events of the novel from 30 years earlier whil


  7. says:

    This is mostly harsh and relentless Saccomanno s prose is clean and quiet The novel does meander a bit in the second half the sequence with Gomez sheltering the dissidents seems to be a bit of a digression.


  8. says:

    Books written to defy, to present various points of view, and above all to show us that we can and should raise voices against powers are books that I love to read It makes me feel stronger, it makes me want to protest, and than anything else


  9. says:

    Though written in 2008 this has only just been published in English This is Buenos Aires in 1977 under the Videla regime Green Ford Falcons hover ominously on every street corner, and police beat or imprison people for no apparent reason, and yet


  10. says:

    This was something very different to what I normally read, though the I reflect on it the the way that terror and paranoia are written reminds me so much of what Australian author Anna Funder does in STASILAND There s something compelling and distur


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