7 Madmen

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Serpent's Tail/UNESCO Pub., 1998 - Self-realization - 249 pages
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A man's need to repay money he stole from his employer leads him into the world of crime in 1920s Buenos Aires. A portrait of the city at a time when Argentina was thought to be destined for greatness.

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A group of criminals, sociopaths, and man-babies, inspired by the KKK, decide to take over the Argentinian government using false propaganda, replacing the government with industry-based society that ... Read full review

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The Seven Madmen is the sort of work that never seems to lose its impact. Even 80 years after its original publication, there's something uniquely unsettling about Arlt's account of one man's ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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