Between 1967 and 1973, amid the "boom period" of Latin American Literature, Néstor Sánchez publishes four novels. His freshness is promising, though it also places him in a marginal segment of the market. His life and career feed off each other. The writer travels, gets married, writes, translates, edits. He goes from the suburban two-four time to the esoteric dance, and from literature to the mystical experience. The attempt to fuse poetry and prose, which Sánchez calls poetic writing, turns him into a lonely rebel of literature, a mysterious and unique author of Argentine literature. With a particular and unclassifiable work. The epic is over is a fragmentary tour along this perpetual seeker's road.
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