The Absolute

De (autor) Traducere de Jessica Sequeira
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This monumental novel tells the story of the Deliuskin family's secret interventions in music, mysticism and revolutionary thought over the course of three centuries, spanning six generations. Each figure engages in obsessive and absurd acts, which depending on who controls the narrative could be genius or madness, so often indistinguishable. Countless minor characters also appear, intersecting with these stories in a suggestion of infinite parallel narratives. The title predestines this philosophical, political, historical, literary, sentimental, erotic, religious, scientific and artistic book to evocative incompleteness.
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ISBN-13: 9781838415921
ISBN-10: 1838415920
Pagini: 336
Dimensiuni: 140 x 210 mm
Editura: Seven Stories Press UK
Colecția Seven Stories Press UK
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

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Daniel Guebel has published over twenty-five books, including novels, short stories and plays. He won Argentina's National Literature Prize as well as the Argentine Academy of Letters' novel prize. The Absolute was chosen by La Nación newspaper as its book of the year and The Emperor's Pearl won the Emecé Prize. His autobiographical book The Jewish Son also won the Buenos Aires Book Fair's award for literary criticism. Guebel's latest novel is A Japanese Crime. A lover of Japanese literature, he owns a sushi restaurant.
Jessica Sequeira is a writer and literary translator. She is the author of the novel A Furious Oyster, the story collection Rhombus and Oval, the essay collection Other Paradises: Poetic Approaches to Thinking in a Technological Age and the hybrid work A Luminous History of the Palm. She has translated over twenty books by Latin American authors, and in 2019 was awarded the Premio Valle-Inclán for her translation of Sara Gallardo's Land of Smoke.