Buenos Aires and the Origins of Sausse
Buenos Aires and the Origins of Sausse is a captivating collection of poetry that will take readers on a journey through the vibrant, yet gritty, streets of Buenos Aires during the early 2000s. This collection offers a unique perspective on the city, capturing both the wave of euphoria and the economic crisis that engulfed the country during that time.
The poems are written by a disoriented and jaded young man who embarked on a path of personal discovery, only to find that the real struggle begins at the end of the path. Through his words, readers will feel as though they are standing alongside low-ranking drug dealers, witnessing the ever-dwindling middle class porteños and the ever-burgeoning European backpacking tourists.
Buenos Aires and the Origins of Sausse explores themes of disillusionment, self-discovery, and the struggle to find meaning in a world that seems to be falling apart. The poems are beautifully written and will appeal to anyone with an interest in modern poetry, Latin American culture, or the human experience.
Whether you have visited Buenos Aires or have only dreamt of doing so, this collection of poetry will transport you to the heart of the city and leave you with a deep appreciation for its complexity and beauty. So come along for the ride and experience the captivating world of Buenos Aires and the Origins of Sausse.