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“And we were all alive” by Olvido García Valdés

and we were all alive

“With its diversity of formats, where the brief and fragmentary coexist with the long, verse with prose, with its verbal asceticism and its unusual transitions, with its pretended air of unfinished pieces —saturated, in reality, with meaning—, the compositions of And we were all alive are forging one of the most intense and complex emotional journeys of contemporary Spanish poetry.”

Taken from tusquets.

See also:

http://www.letraslibres.com/revista/libros/y-todos-estabamos-vivos-de-olvido-garcia-valdes

 http://latormentaenunvaso.blogspot.com.es/2006/05/y-todos-estbamos-vivos-olvido-garca_23.html

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olvido_Garc%C3%ADa_Vald%C3%A9s

http://pendientedemigracion.ucm.es/info/especulo/numero42/olvgarc.html

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And we were all alive / Olvido García Valdés. — 2nd ed. — Barcelona: Tusquets, 2007.

217 pages ; 21cm — (Marginal; 236).

DL B 44189-2007. — ISBN 978-84-8310-474-3

 

PQ 6657.A7263 Y7 2007

 

R. 93728000