Julio Cortázar
Joaquín Soler Serrano (1977)
This series of interviews on Spanish television invites prominent figures from the fields of literature, arts/ humanities and sciences to discuss in depth their background and work.
In this episode Joaquín Soler Serrano talks to Argentinian novelist, short story writer, poet and playwright Julio Cortázar (1914-1984), concentrating on the writer's background, his early years as a translator and his memories of France and the themes of Cortázar's most significant works, such as 'Rayuela' (1963), 'Octaedro', and, 'El libro de Manuel' (1973).
In Spanish throughout (no subtitles).
SP DOCU 16(DVD) On Request