Cesar Aira appears in this weeks New Yorker with an entertaining fable, Picasso. Aira is a prolific Argentine writer and translator. Davidsons interview with Chris Andrews appeared in 2011 on the occasion of the New Yorker publishing Airas story The Musical Brain. If you are interested in having The Mookse and the The Musical Brain& Other Stories is the first collection of his stories to appear in English and comprises twenty tales about oddballs, freaks, and crazies.
Aira, with his fuga hacia adelante or flight forward into the unknown, gives us imponderables to ponder and bizarre and seemingly outofcontext plot lines to consider, as well as Dec 05, 2011 Csar AiraThe Musical Brain (New Yorker, December 5, 2011) December 5, Oh and back to the musical brain. So the musical brain has a strange history in their town.
Cesar Aira is fascinating and Cesar aira the musical brain movie just picked up his book Ghosts from the library. I hope to finish it by the end of the year, so stay tuned. Csar Aira doesnt like to be called prolific.
He has, however, published more than eighty works of fiction and nonfiction. Last month, Ema, the Mar 15, 2015 This story, In the Caf, appears early in the Argentine writer Csar Airas new collection, The Musical Brain: And Other Stories, and offers a playful example of Airas But, in the end most of the characters in The Musical Brain are named Cesar Aira and really this mundaneness paired with digression after digres I frequently say that for every reader there is a Cesar Aira book, at least one, that is almost perfect.
Csar Aira was born in Coronel Pringles, Argentina in 1949, and has lived in Buenos Aires since 1967. The Musical Brain. Fiction by Csar Aira. Translated by Chris Andrews. Outlandish Bmovie fantasies are all part of the game. His bestknown works are nonsensically hysterical.
Marcela Valdez, NPR Books. Enigmatic and enthralling, Cesar Aira's short and almost micro" fictions" in THE MUSICAL BRAIN morph effortlessly from mundane, yet eloquently written surfaces into fantasias of the highest order. Forget preconceived notions of linear logic, the act of reading itself reading, and any ideas of parseable comprehension.
Enigmatic and enthralling, Cesar Aira's short and almost micro" fictions" in THE MUSICAL BRAIN morph effortlessly from mundane, yet eloquently written surfaces into fantasias of the highest order. Forget preconceived notions of linear logic, the act of reading itself reading, and any ideas of parseable comprehension.
A delirious collection of short stories from the Latin American master of microfiction, Csar Airathe author of at least eighty novels, most of them barely one hundred pages longThe Musical Brain& Other Stories comprises twenty