The Boring Veins of Latin America
By Fausta's Blog on May 09, 2014
It took Eduardo Galeano 44 years to figure out his own book was boring, poorly written bs; it took me 20 minutes. Years later, Hugo Chavez gifted it to Obama, “This will go a long way towards permanently curing your insomnia, Barack.” “The open veins of Latin America” is a boring undocumented book, admits his author Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano said in an interview published on the Argentine newspaper Perfil.com that he considers his 1971 book “The Open Veins of Latin America”, by far his best-known work, to be so bad he will no longer read from it during public appearances. The book and Galeano are frequently quoted in songs, films and books, and since the 1997 edition has a prologue from the Chilean author Isabel Allende. . . .
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