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Sly wit and immense sophistication with a keen eye for character and the workings of social life The Winners is the story of a luxury cruise bound for an unknown destination which runs terri.

premios kindle Los premios PDF/EPUBSly wit and immense sophistication with a keen eye for character and the workings of social life The Winners is the story of a luxury cruise bound for an unknown destination which runs terri.

[KINDLE] ❆ Los premios By Julio Cortázar – Amateur-sleuth.co The Argentine writer Julio Cortázar called by Carlos Fuentes the Simon Bolivar of the Latin American novel was one of the scintillating geniuses of twentieth century literature—a writer of sly wit The Argentine writer Julio Cortázar called by Carlos Fuentes the Simon Bolivar of the Latin American novel was one of the scintillating geniuses of twentieth century literature—a writer of.

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Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä Julio Cortázar born Julio Florencio Cortázar Descotte was an Argentine author of novels and short stories He influenced an entire generation of Latin American writers from Mexico to Argentina and most of his best known work was written in France where he established himself in 1951

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  1. Szplug Szplug says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUB The Winners' epigraph asks the uestion What is an author to do with ordinary people? The hope is to hold the reader's interest with extraordinary or compelling story lines; but if they are to achieve any measure of verisimilitude then these tales must be populated with characters who are recognizably and mundanely human Cortázar has answered this uery by plucking representative types from across the strata of late fifties Argentine society and dropping them amidst an updated and mysterious ship of fools posing them as a coterie of state Lottery winners and their guests who have claimed as their prize a lengthy oceanic cruise to ports unknown Cortázar has chosen his actors well drawing from the lower middle and upper classes and achieving a near split between conservative and liberal inclinations; a microcosm of Argentina recreated afloat the southern Atlantic OceanAfter the


  2. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBThe winners of a lottery a bunch of sundry people thrown together by pure chance have received tickets for a mysterious luxury cruise But once on board and out of port they are isolated and uarantined ostensibly to eschew a contagious disease So they sail to a destination unknown and to an unknown destiny“And it is as if in the disorder of rapid thought and in the fluctuation of his blood a law is slowly coagulating the law which is the mother of the future and the beginning of an inexorable route”And the ship becomes a model of the world and the passengers turn into a replica of society with its own conformists and rebels sympathies and enmities those who wield power and those who obeyThus already in his first novel Julio Cortázar showed his deep understanding of human relationships


  3. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBCortázar’s premier potshot might leave one frustrated at the lack of limbic lexical loveliness as per the Hopscotch and co the novel is an episodic and conversational one with ponderous flourishes and moments of mischievous humour The prose especially in the alphabetical philosophasterations reaches moments of undenible wonder and shows Cortázar’s early word wizardry in trans however the multi character toing and froing is not always satisfying not to mention confusing and their antics vary in terms of interest and amusement as per one’s patience and indulgence levels An ambitious leap onto the world fiction stage regardles


  4. Nate D Nate D says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBWinners of a lottery embark upon a mysterious cruise ship to unknown location Since the passengers make up a determined microcosm of society the urgent instances of intrigue tend to be subsumed in metaphysical socio political allegory on how people accept or rebel against the unknown and arbitrary but both parallel levels are handled pretty well though not so elegantly as in some like the later 62 A Model Kit Honestly I could have stood for immersion in my


  5. Stephan Stephan says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBIt took me awhile to enjoy Cortazar's writing But once I did it was brilliant The story understands it's a story And his sentences and dialog sometimes allow gaps to be left as words can do He'll describe things and then also say things the vague way we've come to understand them spoken His writing is almost like a Godard film where he would intentionally add messy edits that reminded you that it's a movie I didn't like how many characters there were at first And they aren't introduced in a way that makes them at first indistinguishable But maybe that's intentional As if we enter in on them on dialog that's not important than being just 'banter' Or if it's all mundane anyway But by the end they all becom


  6. Speranza Speranza says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBThe one star rating is not related to the uality of the novel as such; I guess it is a good piece of literature if most people say so I am however blinded by the deep dislike I developed for this book and its characters I felt detached from the story the conversations felt forced and unnatural and every so often I found myself thinking 'Yeah right'


  7. Marie Marie says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBIt was a bit engaging and humorous at the beginning but for some reason I was hoping it would maintain that same vein during the whole thing and it didn't I couldn't possibly think of any useless characters than Felipe and RaúlWell this goes to show that the second you like an author you don't have to love each work of theirs with the same passion an unuestionable support which is near to fanatism I think it went on for too long Perhaps Cortázar wasn't that much of a good novelist in the traditional sense of it Hopscotch was much better in my eyes but I know it's unfair not to mention that it was the product of a lot of previous work


  8. Rares Hudac Rares Hudac says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBThroughout the book I would ask myself ''How good is it so far?'' and the answer was uite surprisingIn the beginning when the characters are introduced in the bar the atmosphere set by Cortazar is amazing the sounds the smoke the people drinking and talking yelling and laughing almost makes you feel like you're also part of the journey they're about to make Then they're


  9. Nathan Nathan says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBThe Brussels born Argentine Julio Cortázar I think his parents were diplomats or something is one of my favorite authors although before this I had only read his short stories and only in Spanish I wanted to take a stab at one of his novels after reading two Roberto Bolano novels who counted him as an influence and whose style and voice is evident in the work of Bolano Maybe I'm wrong bu


  10. Simona GB Simona GB says:

    Kindle Los premios ePUB ↠ ä amateur sleuth.co ä premios kindle, Los premios PDF/EPUBTo the last sentence I did not know where this book was taking me just like the characters had no idea where the cruise ship they embarked on was taking them I loved the way the author was playing with my mind giving me very often the impression that I was going to finally solve a mystery only to leave me disoriented and with no clue three pages later There are so many levels none of them concluding one can begin to reflect about t


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