Several Worlds Simultaneously: A Deeper Look at Argentina
The writers here lead us to a much more nuanced understanding of twentieth-century Argentina and its literature.
A Trip to the Cemetery
One shouldn’t expect more from novelists than disjointed emanations without guaranteed outcomes.
New Battles for the Propriety of Language
The Spanish and I said very different things using almost the same words.
Why Buenos Aires Is Not Paris
The comparison of Buenos Aires to Paris is an image of desire.
A smell of putrefaction, and the city with lit-up buildings was waking, coated in shades of pink.