This title shows that CortAcazar did not become a political writer as a result of the Cuban Revolution, as is often claimed, but rather that the representation of the political already existed in CortAcazar's very first writings.As he puts it: Cosas como la luna llena, el pingA¼ino [. ... In preparation for this new future, a#39;la Jodaa#39; not only prepares the book, the a#39;manuala#39; of life, they also embark on an urban revolution through a series of microagitaciones around Paris .
|Title||:||The Representation of the Political in Selected Writings of Julio Cortázar|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer Ltd - 2013|