Córdoba: Editorial Universitaria Villa María, 2016. First Edition. Paperback. 224p., bibl., wrps. New. Item #62634
After the state repression in Argentina that censored Rodolfo Walsh's work and caused his assassination in 1977, the author was revered as an intellectual committed to investigative journalism, testimonial literature and political militancy. "Una novela invisible" provides a collection and analysis of Walsh's work in the context of the era, examining his poetic stance on foreign policy, his voice's powerful influence on politics and culture, his canonization in Argentina and more. This work is divided into three main parts: "Tensiones detrás del clásico", "El lector argentino y la tradición" and "La novela fragmentaria"