New book of chronicles from the author of The Chilean way, the British translator and columnist living in Chile, Neil Davidson. With sharp sincerity, a very fine sense of humor and countercurrent to the most irreflexive liberal sensitivity, Davidson has an opinion for every trending topic, and such is his persuasive shrewdness that already in the first pages we feel invited to believe he is always right.
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«Neil Davidson is a master of table talk: in the chronicles of Usted está muy mal everyday observations and an enviable ironic vocation happily coexist, which confirms him as the most British of local writers.» Gonzalo Maier
«The biting eye and the prose of Neil Davidson function as guarantees of quality: give him a topic, even if it may be trite or strange, and he will write something unbelievable.» Mario Jursich
«In this book, humor has a prominent place, which, by the way, is not the typical Chilean or Hispanic humor, but that English humor that Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, in his excellent lessons of English literature, detected in all English literature, except in Milton.» Pedro Gandolfo
«Reading the British writer Neil Davidson, the precise columnist of this newspaper, leaves a warm and cozy feeling that this «old-school» author offers. Someone who knows his profession and who creates stories in a language that doesn’t exclude anyone, regardless of the age. Davidson simply narrates what he sees, what he experiences, what his ancestors told him, what he can remember from the country he left behind, what ended up sketched in his memory from the people he has met, the ironed frictions of a cultural clash.» José Ignacio Silva
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