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ADRIAN NATHAN WEST. A typical tale by Enrique Vila-Matas begins in the first person, with a narrator more or less put upon by fate, indulging in a bizarre recollection that plunges the reader into picaresque misadventures laden with fantastical occurrences. In general, Vampire in Love stays true to the formula. The first story, “A Permanent Home”, opens with the (male) protagonist’s confession: “I never knew much about my mother”. [sigue leyendo]

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Me acuerdo de la primera vez que oí a mi padre hablar en su idioma fantasma...» (p. 103-104 de 'El padre extranjero'de Eduardo Berti)
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