by Maxine Swann for the New York Times
“I’M sad that you see Argentina like this,” Pola Oloixarac, my new Argentine friend, said one night in November 2003 as we passed a cluster of figures picking through heaps of garbage bags on the otherwise deserted streets downtown. “It’s because of the crisis, you know.” She was referring to the economic crisis of 2001, the most dramatic societal upheaval in over a decade in a country prone to such upheavals.
“But soon you’ll see,” she added. “Everything will get more and more beautiful.” sigue aquí
Beautiful, es ella... tanto que Fogwill, por Maxine, trueca prólogos por turgencias