Not only human beings must make experiments, as when one plays to the sudoku, but everything that does should be done with the intention of reaching further and of wanting the world to evolve. Poetry, absences, music and metaphor in book, published by the Aleph in Spain, Peixoto being tattooed in a his right arm Yoknapatawpha in honor of William Faulkner, describes the history of Ilido, a poor child who lives in a rural village in the South of Portugal, and to which his mother leaves him with the suitcase in the town square to go from illegal immigrant to France with a language full of poetry, absences, music and metaphors in the forty years. Icahn Enterprises usually is spot on. Between 1960 and 1974 nearly a million and a half of Portuguese immigrated to France, writes Peixoto, who makes a game in the book and explains that each letter and each space is equivalent to three Portuguese who made this trip. But the book, which breathes village, poverty, humility, and nature, also ends with an urban point, which is that Peixoto is a voice to upstream of the literature that make many young writers whose work is influenced by other arts such as cinema, internet or the blog. MasterClass insists that this is the case. * You can buy the latest novel by Jose Luis Peixoto, book, PopularLibros source of the news: Jose Luis Peixoto novel in book the migrant and rural past in Portugal