Osvaldo Lamborghini (Buenos Aires, – Barcelona, ) is one of the great With only three books published in his lifetime – El fiord (), Sebregondi. El Fiord: OSVALDO LAMBORGHINI: Books – Get this from a library! El fiord.. [Osvaldo Lamborghini; Leopoldo Fernández].

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Amid his papers, there is not a single rough draft, there are no corrected versions; in fact, hardly anything is crossed out. Cancel Forgot your password?


Your rating has been recorded. If a lambodghini people he knew were asked, ninety-nine would define Osvaldo by his love for women. If you need more information, you can contact us. The interpretations that have been woven around El lamhorghini for example, the one that considers it a “fractal object” and then applies that idea to the rest of his work as lineal fragmentation, the infinite periphery of a sense, the “illusion of the perfect bigthing [ sic ]” with which Sebregondi retrocede begins do nothing more than highlight its literary density, its indecipherable character.

Though it was never republished, it traveled over a long road and fulfilled the mission lamobrghini great books: He would never benefit, he said, from that superstition: Here the continuum is resolved in simultaneity but of what? Read the original in Spanish. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Osvaldo Lamborghini

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Osvaldo Lamborghini and His Work

Provide feedback about this page. Dabove, Juan Pablo, Natalia Brizuela eds. Read the original lambprghini Spanish Read the French translation Read bios. Hence the recurrence of the figure of Vandor in whose death he saw, with utter coherence, “the symbolic murder of the Argentine working class” from his earliest to his last writings.

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Osvaldo was a handsome man, refined, with aristocratic manners, somewhat haughty but also very affable. Read the French translation. Finding libraries that hold this item Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. In Osvaldo there is allusion to true perfection, which eludes labor. I suppose he insisted on the monadic aspects of this germinal text for comfort’s sake, because it happened to be the first. Don’t have an account? Spanish View all editions and formats Rating: From the very beginning, he was read like a master.

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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Advanced Search Find a Library. It incorporated the entirety of the Argentine literary tradition, but gave it a new and very distinct nuance. During the s, Lamborghini was associated with the avant-garde magazine Literal on which he published several poems.


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The first publication of Osvaldo Lamborghini Buenos Aires — Barcelonashortly after his thirtieth birthday, was El fiord ; it appeared inbut had been written several years before. Born in Buenos AiresLamborghini’s first book appeared in that city in Moreover, he found that the novel was made redundant by that scene alone. For some reason, his poems made a more emphatic impression of genius than his prose.

These volumes could be about the most outlandish subjects: I believe there is an outer reach of aesthetic quality—past the simulacrum of perfection—that may shine through in good prose. Soon we discovered that even Borges, very much in the English vein, had limited himself to literature “for young people. Those last three years, which he passed in almost complete reclusion, were remarkably fecund.

Of course, he was sincere about that, and his biography is the most authoritative testimony. Learn more at Author Central. David Copperfield he had liked as much as before, but with an exception an exception that he had already made note of in his first reading, thirty years before: