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No Leer (Heroes Modernos) (Spanish) Paperback – 1 Jul 2014. by. Alejandro Zambra (Author).
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Alejandro Zambra has not praised or touched on the big Chilean writers – either because he doesn’t admire their writing, which is fair or because he sincerely feels there are alternatives (which I was glad to know of).
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Zambra studied at the Instituto Nacional José Miguel Carrera, where he was president of the ALCIN (Academia de Letras Castellanas) and then at the University of Chile (BA in Hispanic Literature), a master in Hispanic Studies (CSIC, Spain) and a PhD in literature at the Universidad Católica.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Alejandro Zambra was born in 1975 in Villa Portales, a district of Santiago, Chile, to Horacio Zambra and Rosa Infantas. Los Tiempos (in Spanish). Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. At age five, his family moved to the village of Las Terrazas in Maipú. Zambra studied at the Instituto Nacional General José Miguel Carrera and the University of Chile, from where he graduated in 1997 with a degree in Hispanic literature. Retrieved November 13, 2013.
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Through the articles and brief literary essays which make up this book, Alejandro Zambra outlines, without explicitly referencing it as such, a unique theory of reading. Whether it be in a sober and well-judged comment on a particular book, or else in the biographical digressions which arise from remarks on a particular author—from Nicanor Parra, Mario Levrero, and Cesare Pavese to Roberto Bolaño, Natalia Ginzburg, and Manuel Puig—the act of reading occupies the central position in these pages, in which good-humored but potent critical attacks on cliché and imposture alternate with an intimate and calm celebration of having read something genuine. Zambra displays a literary style in which ambiguity, self-control, and ambivalence are key values, offering, rather than a pretentious final word, merely an appreciation for the profound impact that certain books can have on an individual.