Ihm gelang der steilste denkbare Aufstieg ins literarische Hochgebirge. Doch als Roberto Bolaño nach seinem Roman "" als Begründer. Roberto Bolaño, in Chile geboren und nach dem Militärputsch von inhaftiert, ging ins Exil nach Mexiko und nach Spanien. starb er in. Roberto Bolaño Ávalos war ein chilenischer Schriftsteller.
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He affectionately parodied aspects of the movement in The Savage Detectives. On his return to Mexico he lived as a literary enfant terrible and bohemian poet, "a professional provocateur feared at all the publishing houses even though he was a nobody, bursting into literary presentations and readings", as recalled by his editor Jorge Herralde.
From the 80's to his death, he lived in the small Catalan beach town of Blanes. He continued with poetry, before shifting to fiction in his early forties.
He suffered from liver failure and had been on a liver transplant waiting list while working on ;   he was third on the list at the time of his death.
In rapid succession, he published a series of critically acclaimed works, the most important of which are the novel Los detectives salvajes The Savage Detectives , the novella Nocturno de Chile By Night in Chile , and, posthumously, the novel In a number of unpublished novels were discovered among the author's papers.
When she is suddenly dropped from the Olympic team, a pompous but besotted civil servant secretly builds a skating rink in a local ruin of a mansion, using public funds.
But Nuria has affairs, provokes jealousy, and the skating rink becomes a crime scene. The last portrait was expanded into a novel in Distant Star.
Distant Star Estrella distante in Spanish is a novella nested in the politics of the Pinochet regime, concerned with murder, photography and even poetry blazed across the sky by the smoke of air force planes.
This dark satirical work deals with the history of Chilean politics in a morbid and sometimes humorous fashion. These trips and adventures, narrated by 52 characters, take them from Mexico DF to Israel , Paris, Barcelona , Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vienna and finally to Liberia during its civil war in the mid-nineties.
By Night in Chile Nocturno de Chile in Spanish , is a narrative constructed as the loose, uneditorialised deathbed rantings of a Chilean Opus Dei priest and failed poet, Sebastian Urrutia Lacroix.
At a crucial point in his career, Father Urrutia is approached by two agents of Opus Dei , who inform him that he has been chosen to visit Europe to study the preservation of old churches — the perfect job for a cleric with artistic sensitivities.
On his arrival, he is told that the major threat to European cathedrals is pigeon droppings, and that his Old World counterparts have devised a clever solution to the problem.
They have become falconers, and in town after town he watches as the priests' hawks viciously dispatch flocks of harmless birds.
Chillingly, the Jesuit's failure to protest against this bloody means of architectural preservation signals to his employers that he will serve as a passive accomplice to the predatory and brutal methods of the Pinochet regime.
This is the beginning of Bolano's indictment of "l'homme intellectuel" who retreats into art, using aestheticism as a cloak and shield while the world lies around him, nauseatingly unchanged, perennially unjust and cruel.
It is important to note that this book was originally going to be called Tormenta de Mierda Shit Storm in English but was convinced by Jorge Herralde and Juan Villoro to change the name.
The book remained unpublished until , when it was published in Spanish as Amberes , a year before the author's death.
The text of was the major preoccupation of the last five years of his life when he was facing death from liver problems. At more than 1, pages pages in the English-language edition , the novel is divided into five "parts".
In , the book won the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction. The award was accepted by Natasha Wimmer , the book's translator.
It was published in Spanish in and in English in The protagonist is Udo Berger, a German war-game champion. With his girlfriend Ingeborg he goes back to the small town on the Costa Brava where he spent his childhood summers.
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