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On Heroes and Tombs by Ernesto Sábato
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On Heroes and Tombs (1961)

by Ernesto Sábato

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Portrays the search for a remedy to the despair caused by political repression and the struggle against a historical precedent that destroys free will in a story set in Argentina during Peron's first years.

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Lo leí hace diez años y Alejandra y Fernando me siguen comiendo la cabeza . Sábato te encandila con su voz argentina y te desvela con sus personajes desquiciados .

Me late una canción entre las sienes cada vez que lo leo ...

¡Loco! ¡Loco! ¡Loco!
Cuando anochezca en tu porteña soledad,
por la ribera de tu sábana vendré
con un poema y un trombón
a desvelarte el corazón.


(Es inevitable)

El mejor libro de la literatura argenta . ( )
  LaMala | Jun 7, 2015 |
Best one out of the three... in the Sabato's 3-parts novel. Brutal modern, latin-american fiction... that is. ( )
  Myhi | Jul 12, 2009 |
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