Hypothermia by Alvaro Enrigue

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Throughout, En-rigue imaginatively explores identity, isolation in contemporary society, and the breakdown of com-munication.
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A collection of linked stories, "micro-novels," and vignettes spanning two centuries and multiple continents.

 

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Alvaro Enrigue was born in Mexico in 1969. He is an essayist, critic, professor, and the author of several novels and short story collections. His first novel La muerte de un instalador won the 1996 Joaquin Mortiz Prize. In 2007, the "Bogota39" project named him one of the most promising Latin American writers of his generation.Alvaro Enrigue was born in Mexico in 1969. He is an essayist, critic, professor, and the author of several novels and short story collections. His first novel La muerte de un instalador won the 1996 Joaquin Mortiz Prize. In 2007, the "Bogota39" project named him one of the most promising Latin American writers of his generation.
 
Published May 2, 2013 by Dalkey Archive Press. 192 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Throughout, En-rigue imaginatively explores identity, isolation in contemporary society, and the breakdown of com-munication.

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