Buenos Aires: Penguin Random House, Grupo Editorial, 2018. Second Edition. Paperback. 151p., wrps. New. Item #65661
"No a mucha gente le gusta estar tranquila" is a collection of stories revolving around disturbingly quiet details: a woman eaten away by wine; memory that lies down like a dog; an ominous gesture exchanged between brothers; the atrocious fear of diesease; and the logical and heartbreaking certainty that you cannot start over. Written by María Teresa Andruetto, who is also the author of "Pavese/Kodak", "Beatriz", "Sueño americano", "Cleofé", "Hacia una literatura sin adjetivos", "La lectura, otra revolución", "Tama, la mujer en cuestión", "Lengua madre", "Los manchados", and "Cacería", among other titles.