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Ancud

-April and August 2014-

In Ancud, we actually stayed at Lechagua, a little place next to the sea. We were there several times, thanks to a couple we met by HospitalityClub: Poly and Alejandro. 225 more words

Chile

The Left Hand of Darkness : A review

I write this as Juno the blizzard wreaks havoc outside. It has been almost a week since I finished Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness… 640 more words

Alejandro

I Want to Hold your Hand / Quiero Tomarte de la Mano

Picture this… When you are a baby, your parents hold your tiny hands to exercise your little legs and help you stand up. Then, you start exploring, and of course, is easier to stand up if someone take you by the hand. 754 more words

Alejandro

Science Fiction vs. Fantasy

I posed this question to the Science Fiction Council during one of our meetings over Gravcom. Our royal chambers are simply the gravitational waves on which our voices are borne. 387 more words

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Ways of Going Home by Alejandro Zambra

“Ways of Going Home” is Zambra’s third novel and is a literary and meta-literary discussion of Chile’s difficult history. It focuses on the generation that perhaps did not live through the Pinochet dictatorship but are born into what the dictatorship has left behind and a country that is trying to heal itself. 768 more words

Book Review

REVIEW: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) - In Cinemas Now

Guess who’s back? Back again. Keaton’s back, tell a friend. . . and that friend will probably ask who the hell is Michael Keaton? (You know the guy, he played Batman. 731 more words

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