by Alejandra Díaz-Ortiz
This is a book of very brief, irregular, chaotic stories about relationships, in which "No word is missing or left over, the narrative is measured to the millimeter".
Alejandra Díaz-Ortiz lost her innocence with Arturo Ripstein, Luis Eduardo Aute confused her with Anjelica Huston, Joaquín Sabina gave her a song as a present, Jaime López wrote a complete album for her, her first kiss was given by the ex-governor of Mexico City, she met Pavarotti in his dressing room, she was a professional washerwoman and a door-to-door calendar seller. And married a poet.
The last time she was seen, it is said that she ran a bar in a small town in the Segovian mountains, in the shadow of the Dead Woman.
Her trail gets lost there.
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- Publisher/Imprint Trama editorial / Cercanías
- Orginal LanguageSpanish
- ISBN/Identifier 9788492755134
- Publication Country or regionSpain
- Primary Price 12 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleCuentos chinos
- Original Language AuthorsSpanish
- Dimensions20x12 cm
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