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Seix Barral, 1968 - 219 pages
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Grotesque yet realistic at the same time, this first novel from the most famous Chilean narrator from the end of the last century, exposes the themes that will mark his future works: deterioration of society, identity questions, transgression and madness... Now, forty years after its original publication this novel has already become a classic in Latin American literature.

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