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Queremos Tanto a Glenda

Cortazar, Julio

Published by Editorial Nueva Imagen, Mexico, 1980
ISBN 10: 9684292546 / ISBN 13: 9789684292543
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Title: Queremos Tanto a Glenda

Publisher: Editorial Nueva Imagen, Mexico

Publication Date: 1980

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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Illustrated wraps. Previous owner's name on title-page, else fine. Bookseller Inventory # D224

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Un renovado repertorio de cuentos a cargo del mejor maestro, Julio Cortázar.

Incluye, en exclusiva, la historia de la creación del libro contada a través de las cartas de Julio Cortázar y una guía para leer al autor.

En estos diez relatos insuperables, hay variantes para todos los paladares de lectura: rituales públicos y privados, pesadillas que surgen a plena luz del día, cruces imperceptibles entre la realidad y la imaginación, humor, violencia y melancolía.

Desde la exquisita ambigüedad de «Orientación de los gatos» a la perfecta construcción lógica de «Anillo de Moebius», desfilan los temas que Cortázar ha sabido, como pocos, convertir en literatura de antología: los sueños, los gatos, los cuadros, el tiempo, la música, las infinitas trampas del lenguaje. Y ese sabor persistente e indefinible que, como en toda gran obra, está más allá de cualquier fórmula.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION From exquisite ambiguities to disquieting structures, in this anthology we get an array of themes that Cortázar has known how to turn into great literature. As in all great works, he writes with a persistent and indefinable feeling that goes beyond any formula.

Product Description: From exquisite ambiguities to disquieting structures, in this anthology we get an array of themes that Cortázar has known how to turn into great literature. As in all great works, he writes with a persistent and indefinable feeling that goes beyond any formula. In settings ranging from the Buenos Aires subway to a luxurious Martinique resort, these stories by an Argentinean master blend unsettling suspense, intellectual play, clever fantasy, and intense emotional conflict.

Description in Spanish: Un renovado repertorio de cuentos a cargo del mejor maestro, Julio Cortázar, con variantes para todos los paladares de la lectura, rituales públicos y privados, pesadillas que surgen a plena luz del día, cruces imperceptibles entre la realidad y la imaginación, humos violencia y melancolía.

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