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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Originally written in Italian by an Argentinian writer, this is a book of fake capsule biographies of people who had highly unusual, idiosyncratic, and often just plain stupid ideas. For instance, one person gets it into his iconoclaastas to construct a chain of health spas on the slopes of active volcanoes; you can guess what happens to them, I’m sure.
A few of the people described here were even real people. The concept is outstanding, but the execution is bone-dry. As is always the case with books in Originally written in Italian by an Argentinian writer, this is a book of fake capsule biographies of people who had highly unusual, idiosyncratic, and often just plain stupid ideas.
As is always the case with books in translation, it’s hard to tell whether the translator or author is mostly at fault; I lean towards the author, though. Throughout the book I kept thinking, “Well, this little biography is dull, but there’s only a few more pages. Maybe the next one will be more interesting.
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About Juan Rodolfo Wilcock. Juan Rodolfo Wilcock was an Argentinian-Italian author, poet, critic and translator.
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