Plagio / Plagiarism

9786073191128

Plagio / Plagiarism

  • ISBN 13:

    9786073191128

  • ISBN 10:

    607319112X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/19/2021
  • Publisher: Literatura Random House

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Summary

«Fue así como me hice escritor, copiando con humildad y reescribiendo con soberbia las cosas que admiraba.»

El lunes anunciaron que se había ganado un premio literario.
El martes lo acusaron de haberse plagiado unos artículos periodísticos.
El jueves lo acusaron de haberse plagiado también el tema de la novela premiada.

El lunes siguiente setenta y nueve escritores firmaron una carta exigiendo que devolviera el premio y que renunciara a su puesto en la universidad, un pequeño imperio.
El miércoles renunció al premio y al puesto. El mismo miércoles supo que su mujer tenía tratos con el instigador de la campaña en su contra.

El lunes de la siguiente semana le llevaron la grabación de una llamada entre su mujer y su rival.
El jueves su rival amaneció acuchillado.
El viernes lo visitó la policía. Todo esto requiere una explicación. La explicación es esta novela: un juego de espejos sobre el plagio, la admiración, la envidia, los celos,el azar, la muerte.

Y la policía

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

«That is how I became a writer, humbly copying and superbly rewriting the things I admired.»
 
On Monday they announced that he had won a literary prize.
On Tuesday he was accused of having plagiarized newspaper articles.
On Thursday he was accused of having also plagiarized the subject of the award-winning novel.

The following Monday, seventy-nine writers signed a letter demanding that he return the award and resign from his position at the university, a small empire.
On Wednesday he resigned from the award and the position. On the same Wednesday, he learned that his wife had dealings with the man who instigated the campaign against him.

On Monday of the following week, they brought him a recording of a call between his wife and his rival.
On Thursday his rival woke up stabbed.
On Friday the police visited him. All of this requires an explanation. The explanation is this novel: a game of mirrors on plagiarism, admiration, envy, jealousy, chance, death.

And the police "

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