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Tulsa. 1990. Council Oak Books. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. Translated from the Spanish by Asa Zatz. 216 pages. paperback. Cover: Carol Haralson. 0933031246. keywords: Literature Translated Argentina Latin America Essays. inventory # 14512. FROM THE PUBLISHER-Written over the last half-century, Ernesto Sabato's brilliant essays predict and interpret the catastrophic changes erupting in the world around us during this closing decade of the presesnt millennium. This is Sabato's ‘spiritual autobiography', a passionate plea for magic, myth, and art, and especially for the novel as the one medium in which mankind, sundered and dehumanized by science and secularism, is made whole again. Not since Carl Jung has a major thinker written so intelligently on the importance of myth and art for the survival of mankind. ERNESTO SABATO, of Argentina, is a physicist, civil libertarian and author of fourteen books, including the acclaimed novel. THE TUNNEL..
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