Reviews and Blog Posts: Pinochet

By night in Chile

by Roberto Bolaño

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In a deathbed monologue that's at turns grounded, dreamlike, confessional, but always gripping, Father Urrutia tells the story of a man who wanted to be a poet but became a priest; a “half-hearted priest,” (as the book jacket tells us) who delights in his role as literary critic and writer...

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