Blow-Up and Other Stories by Julio Cortazar

Blow-Up and Other Stories by Julio Cortazar. Translated by Paul Blackburn. 1968 Collier books edition, second printing, 248 pages. Cortazar was an Argentinian writer of novels and stories. According to the New York Times: "Mr. Cortazar's works were marked by originality, subtle humor and often dealt with reincarnation. They asked incisive questions about identity and were considered difficult but placed him in contemporary literature's avant-garde." 

Condition: VG, bruise on front cover, owner name on first page

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