El arte de la fuga has ratings and 26 reviews. Oscar said: Cuando se habla de los grandes escritores latinoamericanos de la generación del boom se ha. Sergio Pitol has books on Goodreads with ratings. Sergio Pitol’s most popular book is El arte de la fuga. El arte de la fuga (Biblioteca Era) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Sergio Pitol: Amazon. : Kindle Store.
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Its certainly not for everyone, but the people that will be drawn to it will likely love it. First of all, it’s a lovely book, masterful in every respect Paperbackpages. The first work in Pitol’s “Tr The debut work in English by Mexico’s greatest and most influential living author and winner of the Cervantes Prize “the Spanish language Nobel”The Art of Flight takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the world’s cultural capitals as Sergio Pitol looks back on his well-traveled life as a legendary author, translator, scholar, and diplomat.
Las Inviernas Cristina Sanchez-Andrade. Having a hard time with the “Here’s who I’ve known” and “Here’s how I’ve done it” author books these days. Domar a la divina garza by Sergio Pitol 3.
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El arte de la fuga
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Just about anything you buy from them will be a good investment. The most touching story, for me, was about his seeing a hypnotist.
Jan 09, Alberto Philips rated it it was amazing. Es una verdadera pena. I do ee read any other ssrgio than English, so my assumptions on what makes a good translator might be inaccurate, and at the least aren’t informed of the nuances of its wergio.
The debut work in English by Mexico’s greatest and most influential living author and winner of the Cervantes Prize “the Spanish language Nobel”The Art of Flight takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the world’s cultural capitals as Sergio Pitol looks back on his well-traveled life as a legendary author, translator, scholar, and diplomat.
The first work in Pitol’s “Trilogy of Memory,” The Art of Flight imaginatively blends the genres of fiction and memoir in a Borgesian swirl of contemplation and mystery, expanding our understanding and appreciation of what literature can piol and what it can do.
Pitol is of partic This book was a masterful blend of narrative, personal memoir, diary entries, and literary criticism that truly proved Pitol at the center of Mexican literature.
El arte de la fuga by Sergio Pitol
No, this is something different, something a tad on the painful side, but mostly pleasurable in nature. Una autobiografia soterrada by Pitpl Pitol 4. He calls Pitol “the greatest Spanish-language writer of our time,” says he has a “passion for confusing life and literature,” and zergio the crucial marker of his style is segio idea of “fleeing anyone who is so dreadful as to be full of certainty.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I am very excited to have just learned about him, grateful he is starting to be translated while simultaneously disappointed he wasn’t translated until now. View all 6 comments. There’s one short essay about the development of his ideas for his novel Love Parade – but of course that is not published in English, so it was of little value in relation to my readerly life. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Philosophic, humanistic, contemplative and reflective, inspiring.
There are many stylistic shifts in the book, but they are unified by his voice. However, I’ve definitely noticed liking some translators more than others, particularly when reading widely translated writers. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Hensen, who I had never heard of, did a great job with the translation — the language works well in English, and I feel a poetry to the movement that reminds me of other translators I love Chris Andrews and Margeret Jill-Costa.
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El Arte de La Fuga
Some of the sections disguise itself as literary criticism, so if you don’t enjoy cr I arge enjoyed this book, but I’m not sure what to say about it or how to review it probably. Books by Sergio Pitol. Within a couple of sergoi you know that the theme of a blurry memory, shadows, snippets is about to pervade throughout For my full review go to http: I’m really far away from the cultural reference point of this book – lots of whole long essays on books I’ve never heard of by authors I’ve never heard of – but it a well-written, fun read.
Sep 05, Francisco Torres rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Other books in the series. Whether he is having dinner with Mexican or Polish intellectuals, fugw combing through a bookshop in Eastern Europe, or discussing lq theater, he’s a great writer.
Furthermore, much of the literary articles are focused on works that are too obscure to the American reader to make sense of or appreciate in any meaningful way.
Surely there has to be a way though? Infierno arhe Todos by Sergio Pitol 3. Its soft and gentle in a way, and it meanders like a river or a long walk does.
Pitol does confuse life and literature, or rather, he is immersed in literary imagining, and his mind is populated mainly by the names and lives of hundreds of authors.
Books by Sergio Pitol (Author of El arte de la fuga)
Vals de Mefisto by Sergio Pitol 4. If you’re reading this book to gain insight xrte the life of Pitol, you’re likely to be disappointed. But even in these sections, it feels both intensely personal and also slightly mysterious and dreamlike. En la orilla Rafael Chirbes. Want to Read saving….