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Los perros ladran (Compactos Anagrama) (Spanish Edition)

Truman Capote

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ISBN 10: 8433908995 / ISBN 13: 9788433908995
Published by Editoriasl Anagrama, 1999
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Los perros ladran (Compactos Anagrama) (...

Publisher: Editoriasl Anagrama

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Tercera.

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Los textos de este libro constituyen, en palabras del autor, «un mapa en prosa, una geografia escrita de mi vida desde 1942 hasta 1972». Y es que, al principio de su carrera, Capote tuvo una existencia errante que le llevo por Italia, Espana, Tanger, Haiti: sus apuntes sobre esos lugares, junto con sus impresiones del Nueva Orleans y Nueva York de su infancia y adolescencia, bajo el rotulo Color local, dibujan, con pinceladas impregnadas de una peculiar poesia, una perspectiva hasta ahora desconocida del autor. Por sus paginas desfilan personajes conocidos, como Andre Gide, Cecil Beaton, Colette o Greta Garbo, y tambien otros anonimos aunque igualmente antologicos, como su inolvidable criada siciliana; Hyppolite, el sorprendente pintor haitiano; y, sobre todo, Lola, el cuervo que fue su mascota durante un ano y que protagoniza uno de los textos mas extraordinarios de este libro. / Representing Truman Capote's finest work, the pieces in this collection span thirty years, travel the globe, and profile an extraordinary range of people. Through his eyes and artistry, we visit Haiti, Tangiers, Hollywood, Paris, Manhattan, Italy, and Brooklyn; we encounter figures such as Isak Dinesen, Mae West, Louis Armstrong, Colette, Humphrey Bogart, Ezra Pound, Marilyn Monroe, and Marlon Brando; and we observe the evolution of Capote from a young man in the golden glow of early success to a renowned author viewing his life, work, world, and latest creation.

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Truman Capote (Estados Unidos, 1924-1984) esta considerado como uno de los mejores escritores norteamericanos.

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