TRES MANIFIESTOS INFRARREALISTAS.
Bolaño, Roberto; Mario Santiago; Jose Vicente Anaya.

Cuernavaca: La Ratona Cartonera, 2011. 1st ed. [28] p., boards Very Good Cardboard Covers Three manifestos by Roberto Bolaño, Mario Santiago and Jose Vicente Anaya respectively. They outline the aims and principles of the Infrarrealists, a counter-cultural literary movement that was founded by the aforementioned individuals in the 1970s in Mexico. Their exploits, which included heckling Octavio Paz, were the basis for Bolaño's "Los detectives salvajes." This is a handmade book featuring a stab-binding and painted recycled cardboard covers . One of only 50 copies (Item ID: 161793)

$95.00

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