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Esquirlas | Maximiliano Muena

 

Esquirlas is a publication of haikus set in the civil-military dictatorship that took place in Chile in 1973, through a scattered history is that this book of haikus that assembles scenarios as open wounds with a character of constant denunciation. A haiku is a type of Japanese poetry that follows certain rules, such as setting the mood and having a specific number of syllables in its verses.

 

$7,140 Pesos chilenos (CLP)

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 15 × 20 × 0.2 cm
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Technical specifications

Texts: Maximiliano Muena

Edition, printing and binding: Dormida editora

Format: 40-page booklet printed in RISO on 80gms bond paper with stitching on the spine, cover engraved with movable type by Larva Press.

Publisher: Dormida editora

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Print run: second edition of 30 copies

Language: Spanish

Year of publication: 2023

 

 

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