The Winners

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Pantheon Books, 1965 - Argentine fiction - 374 pages
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A group of random people receives notice that they have won a cruise. Once they become passengers onboard the Malcolm, they find themselves tangled in the web of a mystery that is as symbolic as it is ludicrous. The feeling of detachment from one's normal life, typical of vacation cruises, motivates the travelers to undertake the search to resolve the enigma.

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I've always felt that the first sentence of a book was the key to the rest of the book. We don't necessarily know how to decipher that sentence at first, but at the end, turning back, we can see ... Read full review

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Cortazar is another of the small group of writers belonging to the so-called Latin American Literary Boom (I like the Spanish Version "el boom latinoamericano.") Vargas Llosa and Garcia Marquez are ... Read full review


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