Bolaño has joined the immortals.

The Washington Post

A hypnotic deathbed confession revolving around Opus Dei, crazed schemes, poetry, and Pinochet, By Night in Chile pours out the self-justifying dark memories of Father Urrutia, a half-hearted Chilean priest.

By Night in Chile

Fiction by Roberto Bolaño

Translated by Chris Andrews

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Paperback (published December 1, 2003)

ISBN
9780811215473
Price US
13.95
Trim Size
5x8
Page Count
128

Ebook (published December 1, 2003)

ISBN
9780811220514
Price US
13.95

Roberto Bolaño

Twentieth-century Chilean poet and novelist

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Bolaño has joined the immortals.

The Washington Post

Bolano’s febrile narrative tack and occasional surreal touches bring to mind the classics of Latin American magic realism his cerebral protagonist and nonfiction borrowings are reminiscent of Thomas Bernhard and W.G. Sebald. The novel, Bolaño’s first to be translated into English, is at once occasion for celebration.

The New York Times

The most influential and admired novelist of his generation in the Spanish-speaking world.

—Susan Sontag, Los Angeles Times Book Review