A powerful collection of essays by one of the most unique voices in contemporary literature and the author of 50 books of poetry, stories, essays, and works in translation, Arrhythmias is a deep dive into the difficulty of being an artist in a world at war, memory, and the refugee experience in engaging prose and a uniquely poetic literary style. Angelina Muñiz-Huberman (Hyères, 1936) is credited for introducing the Sephardic mysticism into Mexican literature and is a professor at the School of Philosophy and Literature at UNAM. Awards: first recipient of the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz prize for the Novel (1993); Xavier Villarrutia; José Fuentes Mares, Magda Donato; Woman of Valor Award; National University, Protagonista de la Literatura Mexicana; and others. She was inducted as a member of the prestigious Mexican Academy of Letters in 2021 and awarded a doctorate Honoris Causa by UNAM in 2022.
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