Fiction: Álvaro Rousselot’s Journey by Roberto Bolaño

He drank a lot. On waking, he discovered a woman beside him. The woman’s name was Simone, and she was a prostitute. They had breakfast together in a café near the hotel. Simone liked to talk, so Rousselot discovered that she didn’t have a pimp, because a pimp was always the worst kind of deal, that she had just turned twenty-eight, and that she liked watching movies.”

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