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Brutal, uncouth, caustic, and brilliantly colored, The Seven Madmen takes its bearings from Dostoyevsky while looking forward to Thomas Pynchon and Marvel Comics.
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Nick Caistor has translated some forty books from Spanish, Portuguese, and French, including works by Eduardo Mendoza, Paulo Coelho, and Manuel Vázquez Montalbán. He has twice been awarded the Valle Inclán Prize for Spanish Translation and is the author of the biographies Che Guevara: A Life, Fidel Castro, and Octavio Paz.
Julio Cortázar (1914–1984) was born in Brussels, grew up in Argentina, and spent his last three decades in Paris. His many novels and stories include Hopscotch, Blow-Up and Other Stories, and The End of the Game.
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