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By Night in Chile, eAudiobook MP3 eaudioBook

By Night in Chile eAudiobook MP3

Narrated by Thom Rivera

eAudiobook MP3

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A deathbed confession revolving around Opus Dei and Pinochet, By Night in Chile pours out the self-justifying dark memories of the Jesuit priest Father Urrutia.As through a crack in the wall, By Night in Chile's single night-long rant provides a terrifying, clandestine view of the strange bedfellows of church and state in Chile.

This wild, eerily compact novel-Roberto Bolano's first work available in English-recounts the tale of a poor boy who wanted to be a poet but ends up a half-hearted Jesuit priest and conservative literary critic, a sort of lapdog to the rich and powerful cultural elite, in whose villas he encounters Pablo Neruda and Ernst Junger.

Father Urrutia is offered a tour of Europe by agents of Opus Dei to study "the disintegration of the churches"-a journey into realms of the surreal-and, ensnared by this plum, he is next assigned, after the destruction of Allende, the secret never-to-be-disclosed job of teaching Pinochet, at night, all about Marxism, so the junta generals can know their enemy.

Soon, searingly, his memories go from bad to worse.Heart-stopping and hypnotic, By Night in Chile marked the American debut of an astonishing writer.

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