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35 years without Cortázar

February 12, 1984: Julio Cortázar died.


Every now and then, one of those people is born who are not of any age and are of all times at once. They leave their mark, change the world in a certain way and stay forever. Julio Cortázar is, without a doubt, one of those people. It's, because it's still different, keeps surprising, keeps marveling.
35 years without Cortázar, and his worlds remain unchanged. 35 years without Cortázar, and there is still so much of him to discover. Of his magic; of his ability to combine words, the words and the unsaid; of the way in which he makes an active part of his stories to those who read it. Of all those amazing trips that never end.

Publication Date: 12/02/2019

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