The 3 best films by the great John Malkovich

John Malkovich movies

There are those who consider that John Malkovich is the most egotistical actor of those who have passed through Hollywood. Making a movie called "Being John Malkovich" sounded like absolute vainglory. Nor is the idea of ​​writing and starring in another movie titled "100 Years: The Movie That Never Left Behind."

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The 3 best books by Julio Ramón Ribeyro

Books by Julio Ramón Ribeyro

Not all authors achieve the immortality of their work. The Peruvian Julio Ramón Ribeyro knows about this approval from readers from half the world. In his imagination, so many times boasting of concision, of wonderful brevity comparable to Borges or Cortázar, we find ingenuity like the manna distributed in...

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The 3 best books by Daniel Guebel

Books by Daniel Guebel

With his vocation for writing discovered early, Daniel Guebel has been in charge of polishing the craft, of adorning the craft, of searching for changing arguments, of diffuse foci between realism and alternative reality. That's what writing is all about, or at least if it's intended...

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The 3 best books of Lucía Berlin

Books by Lucia Berlin

In the hall of fame of mythologized American writers (where books by Salinger, Capote, Bukowski, Hemingway or Kennedy Toole among others are always found), Lucía Berlin recently placed her wedge and her work with that bitter taste of "justice." of success arriving at the wrong time. Because she had to…

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The 3 best books by Ottessa Moshfegh

Ottessa Moshfegh books

In her incipient literary career, Ottessa Moshfegh has shown an interest as healthy as it is variable due to the disparity of themes towards a diversity of intentions as a narrator. What is usually known as a free verse with its surprised readers won and safely. Unless the publisher on duty adocene ...

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The 3 best books by the fascinating Robin Cook

Robin Cook books

Robin Cook is one of those Science Fiction authors brought directly from the field of medicine. Something like his famous colleague Oliver Sacks but entirely devoted to fiction in the case of Cook. And there is no one better than him to hypothesize about various futures...

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The 3 best books by Alicia Giménez Bartlett

Books by Alicia Giménez Bartlett

Alicia Giménez Bartlett's work revolves around the character of Petra Delicado, at least since she emerged from her imagination in 1996 with the work Ritos de Muerte. With this character, the author incorporates women with full rights and absolute strength into the Spanish police genre. After …

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Gerard Butler's 3 best films

Gerard Butler movies

Since that mythical Leonidas made flesh and blood with touches of epic comics, Gerard Butler's move was to rise to film stardom with new roles that abounded in his heroic hook. Surely without becoming one of the front-line actors, but being recognized enough as...

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The 3 best books by the suggestive George Saunders

Books by George Saunders

In a time of character restrictions for all types of newsrooms, (thanks to social networks, but also to their lazy readers in search of headlines and little else) the story points to literary possibility of the first magnitude. And one of the most interesting writers of stories and stories...

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The 3 best books by the exceptional Luis Landero

Books by Luis Landero

Some nascent writers in adulthood would never have intuited that they were going to be writers long ago, when they had not yet written anything. A former Luis Landero, more creatively moved towards musical paths, envisioned a future far removed from literature. But just as happened with Saint Paul, always...

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The 3 best books of the short genius Maxim Osipov

Books by Maxim Osipov

Admiring Chekhov is easy. That's what it's like to give yourself over to a story capable of immortalizing you as an author after the first 10 minutes of reading. Story writers play that way, first impressions made into eternal gestures. As Chekhov's compatriot, Maxim Osipov seems to have learned, perhaps inherited,...

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The 3 best books by Andrea Camilleri

writer Andrea Camilleri

The Italian teacher Andrea Camilleri was one of those authors who filled thousands of pages thanks to the support of his readers around the world. It began to emerge in the 90s, a fact that demonstrates perseverance and vocational writing as the foundation for its vital longevity extended to ...

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