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La Ciudad De Los Locos Y Otros Textos
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Soiza Reilly, Juan José de
A biography of admiral William Brown. Guillermo Brown. Apostillas a su vida Buenos Aires, Instituto Browniano, Guillermo Furlong S. Buenos Aires, La Greca.
La Ciudad De Los Locos/ City of Fools
Publicado por Buenos Aires Sin Encuadernar. Handwritten letter of 9 pages dated and signed on letterhead paper to Gonzalez Arrili. Soiza Reilly was an ingenious, brilliant reporter who knew how to highlight the fundamentals in the anecdotal, but also nuanced her chronicles about resonant world events with anecdotes. In his interviews he humanized his interlocutors and highlighted his peculiar psychological traits. The kingdom of things, Soiza Reilly's first book, was a failure, but the second, with portraits and celebrity interviews, titled One Hundred Famous Men, came to sell 20, copies.