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A good short story by Gabo. Unlike Goldman, however, I wanted to give Littin a chance, and so was able to find a video of his movie uploaded to Vimeo just search for Acta General de Chile and you’ll find it too. Valentina rated it it was ok Aug 13, The work was partially based on his parents’ courtship and was adapted into a film starring Javier Bardem.

Con la cara cambiada, con un estilo distinto de v.

La Aventura de Miguel Littin Clandestino en Chile

Was he really the hero of Chile? Retrieved July 25, The plan was actually hatched earlier, when he failed to find his name on any of the lists of exiles allowed to return published by the Chilean government. As someone else said, this book is “a scary, exhilarating and sometimes hilarious tale of bizarre coincidences, hairbreadth escapes and ludicrous foul-ups getting a shave and haircut in Concepcion, Littin discovers afterward that his meticulous disguise has been ruined.

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My only criticism of the book is that parts of it seemed to have taken on a bit of literary license and were a bit fluffy, especially during some of the conversations in which Littin was involved. Here Marquez, clabdestino against Pinochet, crafted an even more unreal reality of the situation in Chile at the time.


That’s fine, some diaries work on a large scale audience, others, like this one, fail to move.

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He collected thirty two thousand and two hundread metres of film. Augusto Pinochet’s private office. Quotes from La Aventura de Mi Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

The book is billed as non-fiction and since a film was made in Chile during the dictator Pinochet’s reign then there’s no denying the facts about it.

La aventura de Miguel Littín clandestino en Chile

This dated tale of the Chilean auteur Miguel Littin’s trip back to Chile is anticlimactic and frankly quite pompous in its telling. Refresh and try again. No trivia or quizzes yet. Herschmerz rated it it was ok Sep 03, Open Preview See a Problem?

Felipe rated it it was ok Feb 12, Gabriel Garcia Marquez gives amazing details of the character of the country during this time. Trivia About Clandestine in Ch I’m reading up on Chile in advance of a residency in June, and as research, it’s good reading, and fast. The author drew international acclaim for the work, which ultimately sold tens of millions of copies worldwide.

Worse still was that this was just about Litten trying to make the film. Strange that a filmmaker was unable to really see his work though the eyes of the people around him and decided only to tell Marquez his own experiences, or strange that if he did tell Marquez, that Marquez chose to edit all that out.


For this is a tale of a man seeking to reveal the horrors of living under the jackboot of a blood soaked regime but the narrative has a diary-like confessional nature with some acute observations about people and society in general.

La aventura de Miguel Littín, clandestino en Chile by Gabriel García Márquez (2 star ratings)

That’s very little material left from an enormous trove of what Litten did talk about. To my friends traveling to Chile, I recommend the book as a pleasant introduction to the country. La sutileza con que Narra Marquez, te pierde.

In his discussion, which is a worthy and interesting read, he gives away the best parts of the book.

If ever anyone needed a mirror by which to see that, 30 years from now, an activity that you thought at the time was quite bold and daring was judged by posterity to be not so at all, this is it. He wrote many acclaimed non-fiction works and short stories, but is best-known for his novels, such as One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera This work of reporting has become literature, the film’s become art, it’s become what the dictator Pinochet tries to burn down or restore in his own image.