The Past is Never

Juan Esteban Constaín

ESSAY. PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE, 2018. 232 PAGES

The Past is Never is a collection of essays by Juan Esteban Constaín on a wide array of subjects including the First World War, D Day, the assassination of Rafael Uribe Uribe, the Battle of Waterloo, Humboldt's expedition to Colombia, the cultural life of the Café Windsor, the madness of Syd Barrett (the legendary founder of Pink Floyd) and the remarkable critical work of Hernando Téllez.
These pages encompass the history of Colombia and the world as it was and as we know it today, featuring poets, novelists, literary critics, music, football, film, and cities, all intermingled with anecdotes, surprising details and reflections related in the author's distinctive and charming style.

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE

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