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06 April 2014
Kurt Cobain: 20 años

David G. Torres

Esta semana se ha cumplido el 20 aniversario de la muerte de Kurt Cobain. Una razón como cualquier otra para recordar su figura, todo un icono. Y, en este sentido, recomendamos el último libro de Servando Rocha, “Nada es verdad, todo está permitido. El día que Kurt cobain conoció a William Burroughs”, que acaba de salir aprovechando quizás la efemérides. En todo caso, el libro de Servando es un viaje alucinante que toma como punto de partida la fotografía del encuentro entre el músico y el escritor. Desde luego al hablar de crisis de la literatura, de la escritura o del relato, nadie se refiere a los libros de Servando…

Para recordar a Kurt os dejamos con un vídeo también mítico, el unplungged de Nirvana con “Where do you sleep last night?”, una de las referencias con las que empieza también “Nada es verdad, todo está permitido”.

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