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1 Graham-Yooll, Andrew (edited By Norman Thomas Di Giovanni) After the Despots - Latin American Views and Interviews
London Bloomsbury 1991 0747510075 / 9780747510079 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
A Fine unmarked copy with dustjacket which is not price clipped. The Anglo-Argentine writer Andrew Graham-Yooll has observed Latin America for many years, and was himself the object of unwelcome attention by police in the Dirty War. This important book contains conversations with some of Latin America's greatest writers, acute commentary on politics and literature, and evocative autobiographical pieces. He discusses with Jorge Luis Borges the Falklands war, the Pope, and the tango; the Chilean Isabel Allende and the Cuban Guillermo Cabrera Infante describe their lives in exile; Latin America's favourite Englishman, Graham Greene, talks about the continent's politics and its writers; there is a chilling first-hand account by Daniel Moyano of his detention in La Rioja, Argentina, when he was lined up against the 'white wall'; and from Bogota, Gabriel Garcia Marquez gets Graham-Yooll's aunt Betty out of her bath to answer questions about her neighbour, William Golding. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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