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La novela luminosa/ The Bright Novel by Mario Levrero, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. All right, I’m wondering if anybody here has read anything by the Uruguayan Mario Levrero. I managed to read a few pages of El alma de. Booktopia has La novela luminosa/ The Luminous Novel by Mario Levrero. Buy a discounted Paperback of La novela luminosa/ The Luminous Novel online.

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Its lenght and how difficult is to get the novel in Spanish is what has put me away from this commitment.

Letras Libres From beginning to end, we are dealing with a challenging voyage through the lucid head of a great writer. Equally entertaining and moving is his story of his relationship with a prostitute he identifies with nothing but an initial.

Just about every pevrero I buy a book by a writer I’ve never read, I end up disliking the book. I’ve read Levrero with delight in Spanish and, in fact, I’m currently reading his “Novela Luminosa”, maybe his masterpiece.

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It’s sad that this diary is just a testimony of how bad Levrero is taking care of his body and mind, knowing that he died 4 years later. Levrero wrote this novel after receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship. I haven’t found much in English about Levrero, either. I live in Costa Rica and Spanish in my mother language. Novel Alfaguara, Penguin Random House,lq.

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It was interesting at the beginning to read about an author doing nothing, working on Visual Basic programs, collecting every crappy mystery novel he sees, etc. I managed to read a few pages of El alma de Gardel on Google books and it struck me as excellent. I was not disappointed, as I generally enjoy diaries, and Levrero has a good sense of humor; many of the diary entries, for example, were peppered with asides addressed to one “Mr.

Guggenheim” and thanking him for his generosity and assuring him his money wasn’t being wasted.

Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. That was literally the miracle. Luca DoninelliIl Giornale, Italy.

Still, it doesn’t seem to be in print, and it’s certainly not in a library anywhere near me. La novela luminosa I finished this book yesterday. If leevrero don’t want to read it, you can at least look at the pictures. One of the most important novels in Latin American literature in recent years.

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La novela luminosa No, Guillaume, there’s nothing by Levrero in English. I still want to read Levrero but I think I’ll start with something else.

La novela luminosa Bubba. Then I will take Borges!! Other books by the same author.

When you read it you understand what a novel is: Results 1 to 7 of 7. In Colonia we stayed at a little hotel that was once where Mario Levrero lived and our room was called ‘La novel luminous’.

La novela luminosa / The Luminous Novel

La novela luminosa I have just returned from a trip through Argentina and Uruguay. A great hymn to life, like War and peaceby Tolstoy, or Ulysses by Joyce. After you finish this torture the actual novel starts A bunch of crap about paranormal encounters and religious pseudo-miracles grapes found in a hallway.

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From beginning to end, we are dealing with a challenging voyage through the lucid head of a great writer. All the same, Levrero is an intelligent onvela, and he’s excellent company; his account of his friendship, which develops over a chessboard, with a priest by the name of C? Can you let me know where I can get hold of these literary giants or at least to start with Levrero?

La novela luminosa All levreor, I’m wondering if anybody here has read anything by the Uruguayan Mario Levrero. Onetti and doesn’t much like Fuentes, Bola?

La novela luminosa/ The Bright Novel

It started great, with the diary full of quirky and funny remarks. OMG, this has to be the longest, most uninteresting prologue ever! The fear of death, love, the loss of love, death, old age, poetry, and the nature of fiction, the luminous, inexpressible experiences: