||A Fondo-In Their Own Words
Fondo in their own words. UNAUTHORIZED
||Manuel Mujica Láinez, the author of Bomarzo (1962), considers himself as "the result of two families who lost everything, except what you have had the good taste to call wit." He worked closely with writers like Bioy Casares, Silvina and Victoria Ocampo, and Borges- "Both, Georgie and I, we've been very anti-Peronists. I struggled not to imitate him." The author of La casa (The House - 1954) and El Laberinto (The Labyrinth - 1974) says, with dreadful irony, about Spanish literature and other Latin American writers: "I try to be kind, but sometimes I can not".
|General note||Originally released by EDITRAMA (Firm), 1977.|
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|Interest grade level
||11 & up.
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description (Infobase, January 17, 2017)|
||A fondo (Television program)
|Publisher number||128442 Infobase|
|Publisher number||128441s Infobase|