In this book, Laura Lavayén offers her existence throughout a plain discourse that brings her from the country, the horse and the wind towards the big city of her dreams, the Buenos Aires of the fifties. The tale of the different events assumes an overwhelming routine, that is, a denial of her personal development dream. However, a struggle being the engine of her life is permanently bubbling up in her hearts – her grandmother’s proposal: a task of human growth. This story is a chronology of such a growth as well as the materialization, in her way, of said atavistic mandate. It is the story of a life and every life is an unfathomable mystery in which Laura goes riding her horse across the wind.
Hello Buenos Aires.... Goodbye Buenos Aires is the continuation of The Shadow of the Baron. Where the author tells about her childhood and adolescence, in this book she takes us to the nine years she lived in Buenos Aires, a city that was the previous step given before coming to the United States.