Covid, revolution and literature
Title: Covid, revolution and literature (El Naufraguito – Group 4).
Publisher: El Naufraguito.
Authors: Castaways of Shipwreck Island.
Years: 2011, 2009 and 1998.
Size: 10.5 X 15 cm.
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We have brought together these three “naufraguitos” in this issue on COVID, REVOLUTION AND LITERATURE. The first one is a testimony of one of the members of our editorial staff who was affected by the virus, where he explains his experience with contagion, abandonment and the uncertainty around the healing process. Desolation, devastation, pain, ruin and fear. Rebellion or excitement? they ask, and What does a madman do when he seizes power?, the causes leading to revolution and its consequences. And, finally, one last “naufraguito” dedicated to literature, a praise, a stimulus and a reality: Write what you want and as much as you want, but nothing you write will survive you. And all this seen through the eyes of the castaway and the uprooted. Always real testimonies. With each “naufraguito” issue we also deliver its corresponding “mininaufraguito” made personally by an unknown castaway.
NAUFRAGUITO 120 – HELPLESS!!! (GET OUT BUG!)
CORONAVIRUS, A TRUE STORY
NAUFRAGUITO 121 – HOW TO MAKE A SUCCESSFUL REVOLUTION
NAUFRAGUITO 122 – WRITE, SOMETHING WILL STAY! (IT INCLUDES THE DEEP AND INSIGHTFUL ESSAY “HOW TO WRITE A GOOD STORY”)