EL ARTE DE LA FUGA DE SERGIO PITOL PDF

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El arte de la fuga

I hadn’t heard of it, but saw it won the Cervantes Prize, so I thought it would be an appropriate book to follow that read. Todo es una maravilla, pero tengo algunos favoritos: 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. I want to make it last for as long as I can. Pitol is safe inside his world of authors: Vidas Perpendiculares Alvaro Enrigue. The Art of Flight is the first of three memoirs by the Mexican writer Sergio Pitol, and the first of any of his books to be translated quite ably into English.

El arte de la fuga by Sergio Pitol

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. No trivia or quizzes yet. Las Inviernas Cristina Sanchez-Andrade. Adiccion a Los Ingleses: Fortunately, however, we are meeting Pitol. Serbio Mexican writer who worked in various countries including Poland and Italy back int he 60’s’s, his work not only highlights a specific time but also insight into one more facet of Mexico, a highly intellectual one that isn’t often seen in the United States.

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Los cuentos de una vida: Whether he is having dinner with Mexican or Polish intellectuals, or combing through a bookshop in Eastern Europe, or discussing contemporary theater, he’s a great writer.

El Arte de La Fuga

Life, fiction, memories, and readings intertwine in this book with astonishing ease, and the result is a volume that reads like a novel. Preview — El arte de la fuga by Sergio Pitol. Picking up this book was a discovery for me of the translator and publisher as well as the writer. Cuerpo presente by Sergio Pitol 3. Paperbackpages. Mis documentos Alejandro Zambra. Jos’ Antonio Aguilar Rivera. The chairman of the jury sedgio the Spanish Minister of Pito and sinceit can only be awarded to a single candidate.

Hay que leerlo simplemente porque leer a Pitol es una delicia, un verdadero agasajo. Want to Read saving…. There are many stylistic shifts in the book, but they are unified by his voice. Sergio Pitol Antologador.

But worth it, especially if you like discussions of world literature, the art and science of prose, and a little travel writing to lighten things up now and again. Pitol is passionate about reading, was a translator, and writes about literature as much as he writes le his life. Una autobiografia soterrada by Sergio Pitol 4. Triptico del Carnaval by Sergio Pitol 4. Historia Del Llanto Alan Pauls. Just about ds you buy from them will be a good investment. El ensayo sobre Sostiene Pereira.

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It’s mostly essays, reviews, diaries, and narratives of moments from his life as an author. The Best Books of In that it’s like Vila-Matas’s “Dublinesque” and his other books. Un escritor olvidado, de trabajos olvidados, conocido en gran parte solamente por el mundillo cultural y literario. But even in these sections, it feels both intensely personal and also slightly mysterious and dreamlike.

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Some of the sections disguise itself as literary criticism, so if you don’t enjoy cr I really enjoyed this book, but I’m not sure what to say about it or how to review it probably. The book opens with some awful pages about Venice, in which the narrator rehearses all sorts of commonplaces about the city: