By Raymond Chandler
A mis mejores amigos no los he visto nunca recoge una amplísima selección de los angeles correspondencia y los angeles obra periodística de Raymond Chandler, y constituye como tal un volumen inédito. Aquí se desvelan sus reflexiones literarias, que se caracterizan por un gran sentido del humor, los secretos de su personalidad siempre al borde del abismo, su intuición artística, su curiosidad intelectual y su tormentosa relación con Hollywood.
La primera parte del libro es una antología de sus cartas a amigos, editores, agentes y colegas que se lee como una fascinante biografía. los angeles segunda parte consiste en una decena de artículos escritos para l. a. prensa
-varios nunca antes traducidos-, que retratan su cambiante visión del mundo a lo largo de los años.
The Raymond Chandler Papers brings jointly the correspondence and different formerly uncollected writing of America’s undisputed grasp of crime fiction and author of the long-lasting deepest eye Phillip Marlowe, revealing all features of the nice artist’s strong character and vast highbrow interest. that includes a variety of Chandler’s formerly unpublished early writings—including a gripping piece approximately his wrestle stories in global conflict I—and an deserted profile of the notorious mobster “Lucky” Luciano, The Raymond Chandler Papers is a must have for all precise fanatics and a tremendous contribution towards figuring out the existence and paintings of the enigmatic guy Evelyn Waugh known as “the maximum dwelling American novelist.”
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A mis mejores amigos no los he visto nunca by Raymond Chandler