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Paris Marcos Giralt Torrente Margaret Jull Costa Paris Paris depicts a man s journey through the labyrinth of his memories a search for his origins that will uncover an old family secret and turn his world upside down A mesmerizing and haunting story by

  • Title: Paris
  • Author: Marcos Giralt Torrente Margaret Jull Costa
  • ISBN: 9788494228445
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paris Marcos Giralt Torrente Margaret Jull Costa Paris depicts a man s journey through the labyrinth of his memories, a search for his origins that will uncover an old family secret and turn his world upside down A mesmerizing and haunting story by award winning author Marcos Giralt Torrente, a master craftsman calibrating nuance and impact with a true gift.
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      Published :2019-07-23T17:44:02+00:00

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    1. by unanimous jury decision which included roberto bola o , marcos giralt torrente s paris was awarded the 1999 herralde prize andr s neuman s as yet untranslated bariloche was the runner up the spaniard s debut novel is a remarkable work of remembrance, reconciliation of memory, and the tenacious effects of formative moments giralt torrente s narrator, a man reflecting back on a number of unanswered questions from his youth most notably, the time his mother spent living in the french capital cit [...]

    2. Marcos Giralt Torrente s debut novel originally written in 1999 but only just translated into English comes heavily trailed by illustrious comparisons We re told the book won the major Spanish Herralde Prize, awarded by a jury chaired by Roberto Bolano, who had himself won the same award previous year, with 2nd place given to the debut novel by Andres Neumann And that El Pais hailed him as an heir to Javier Marias and Enrique Vila Matis From the English language, Ishiguro is another obvious refe [...]

    3. I no longer talk to my mother, it s impossible I think about her, but I hardly see her What s to be done when we still have questions to ask, when we have not had run out of questions, and when the person of whom we d like to ask those questions, with whom we d like to continue talking, isn t there to answer us, can t speak, and has no idea that we re counting on her My mother is there, but she doesn t say anything or nothing that makes any sense she doesn t answer, she isn t her Her body is the [...]

    4. despite the seemingly dense prose as advertised in various reviews blurbs, I found Paris a fast and gripping psychological read with a three quarters predictable main twist given the setup and after reading many books in its vein, most of the main twist was expected, one half kind of clear after a while see above cover too and one half being being one of a few possibilities so the 3 4 and a book that took over my reading from the first page so I couldn t put down until finishedthe prose at least [...]

    5. Tremendo descubrimiento gracias hermanito y pasa cada tanto, te toca una buena mano y aparece el libro que necesita tu alma Todos llevamos en nuestro interior el proyecto de lo que somos as como el de lo que pudimos haber sido, y que acabemos siendo de un modo o de otro no depende de la aparici n o desaparici n de nuevos rasgos, sino, m s bien, de la forma en que unos rasgos ya existentes terminan imponi ndose sobre los otros Ya nada importa nada

    6. An interesting premise is systematically undermined by writery gum flapping There seems to be a tendency with some of the people whose recommendations I have blindly taken to heart to revel in the contemporary crop of MemoryLit Murnane and Chejfec being two other prominent members of this clique I m feeling thoroughly dissatisfied, perhaps most of all because Paris is the poorest example I ve read so far It s like Days of Abandonment was doused in boredom.

    7. Lo siento, no soporto a este autor, esos mon logos interminables, esa ausencia de acci n, ese protagonista analizando y reanaliz ndolo todo durante p ginas y p ginas, y para cuando por fin ocurre algo ya te da igual porque lo que quieres es asesinar a alguien en fin, es aburriiiiiiiiiiiiiiido, tengo mejores libros que leer

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