Octaedro

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Octaedro
OctaedroBook.jpg
first edition
Author Julio Cortázar
Country Argentina
Language Spanish
Publisher Sudamericana
Publication date
1974
Pages 165
ISBN 978-950-511-183-1
OCLC 40249282

Octaedro (translates to octahedron in English) is a book by Julio Cortázar published in 1974 after the release of Libro de Manuel in 1973. The book pops up before the controversy of Libro de Manuel which synthetizes politics and social narration into a new prodigious genre.

Content[edit]

  • Liliana llorando
  • Los pasos en las huellas
  • Manuscrito hallado en un bolsillo
  • Verano
  • Ahí pero dónde, cómo
  • Lugar llamado Kindberg
  • Las fases de Severo
  • Cuello de gatito negro

Timeline[edit]

Julio Cortázar takes part in a reunion of the Russell Court II in Rome to examine the political situation and the violations of human rights in Latin America.

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