Libro De Manuel

Libro de Manuel (translates to A manual for Manuel in English) is a novel by Julio Cortázar published in 1973. The novel is a blueprint that synthetizes the controversy of politics and social movements during the 1970s. It can be read as a natural displacement of characters and themes from his earlier works and has been regarded by many as one of his most ambiguous projects in finding a solution to end genocide, violence and racism in Latin America. Libro de Manuel deals with the true evolution of art within society during a revolutionary period of extreme authoritarian regime. It was later translated to English by Gregory Rabassa.

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