Journalistic Chronicles

Jaime Iturri Salmón


The journalistic article may not constitute works of great importance, which does not signify that its pages are lacking that creative potential which  Carlos Monsivais so pointedly attributed to the modern article: “the necessity to create a corridor of mirrors where society or societies are seen with greater precision” and the peculiarity of “being a form of solidarity – sometimes out of impotence – that permits readers to find out what is happening without failing into despair.” One by one, the articles of Jaime Iturri Salmón make these words their own and offer us a lively kind of writing, enjoyable and concise, which in showing us what goes on in life in the city, the country and the world, invites us to know them better.


Bolivia; journalistic article; world situation



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