Against Amazon: Seven Arguments / One Manifesto

By 08/02/2020 March 20th, 2020 Essays, Resource books


Jorge Carrion
Biblioasis 
English
2017

Softcover
16 pages
210 x 130 mm

Against Amazon Seven Arguments/One Manifesto is a rightfully scathing dissection into the ethics of Amazon, the largest online retailer in the world. Jorge Carrion (translated from Spanish by Peter Bush) lays out seven compelling arguments for avoiding Amazon in an impassioned yet informative style. Arguments include; ‘Because we are all cyborgs, not robots’, and ‘Because I reject hypocrisy’, among others.

About the Author
Jorge Carrión is a writer and literary critic. He studied at the University of Pompeu Fabra, where he now teaches literature and creative writing. His published works include essays, novellas, novels and travel writing, and his articles have appeared in National Geographic and Lonely Planet MagazineBookshops was a finalist in the Premio Anagrama de Ensayo, 2013.

About the Publisher

Biblioasis is a proudly independent bookshop, located in the historic Walkerville District in Windsor, Ontario. They offer both new and used books for sale. Their carefully curated inventory is diverse and intersectional, while also offering current bestsellers, classics, fabulous children’s books, published works by local authors, regional interest books, and antiquarian books.

 

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