Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero has ratings and reviews. Josh said: Disappointing I came into this book looking for the same. Jumma de Maqroll El Gaviero has 10 ratings and 2 reviews: 78 pages. Maqroll el Gaviero: Álvaro Mutis: alter ego, a character named Maqroll el Gaviero (“Maqroll the Lookout”).
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Only read the first novel in the bunch. So I leave it for a possible future with more tome tolerance. Katie rated it liked it Jun 23, Since then, he has taught at gavero universityworked as a writer and host for Caracol Television, produced two documentaries, written television scripts and articles, and, for the past year, served as an editor of SoHo magazine. My personal enjoyment in the reading dimin Disclaimer, Gqviero only got gaiero page and will read the other novellas at a later time.
Marcos rated it liked it Jun 18, In other reviews I read that “The Snow of the Admiral” is the best story in the book, but I didn’t even like that one, so I decided to stop reading the book there.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Mutis can really set a scene, that’s for sure. Be the maqeoll to ask a question about Jumma de Maqroll El Gaviero. My personal enjoyment in the reading diminished as I progressed.
The story telling is deep with contextual layers. Want to Read saving…. Refresh and try again. Refresh and try again. Lina Ma GH rated it really liked it Oct 12, Jul 01, Egolaxista rated it really liked it. Novelista y poeta colombiano. Disclaimer, I only got to page and will read the other novellas at a later time.
This is at least maqrll star in the emotive and creative factors but my interest has plummeted to at least a distasteful bar I refuse to scurry under.
Go straight to Bolano, or back to Nostromo. Chandler Groover rated it liked it Aug 05, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It isn’t as bad as “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, but still there are always some resemblances. And so, after finishing “Amirbar” and reading more than pages I decided to return the book to the library without reading the last two novellas in the volume.
Kris rated it liked it Mar 28, This is not a person I would enjoy as company or for companionship. The travels of Maquoll.
Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero
She penetrated a corner of my soul that had been kept sealed and even I didn’t know was there. Samuel Avila marked it as to-read May 19, Someone has been trying to sell me an atmosphere, but it’s one that I enjoyed more in Conrad’s Polish grog.
It took me forever to read because this is a book that requires immersion, so it’s not a book that can be picked up, read 20 pages, then set down again. Be the first to ask a question about Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero.
Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero by Álvaro Mutis (3 star ratings)
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Monica rated it really liked it Apr 19, Paperback gavisro, pages. Like all collections in this vein some of the stories were great – the first one stuck out and a good number were so-so. Seneca Gavieto rated it liked it May 11, I have pages and pages of notes that I’ve taken that I just like the style of the writing, little maxims on life and the human condition: Ernesto Priani saiso rated it it was amazing Nov 05, On top of that the stories in these three are great — very interesting, with lots of action and also philosophy.
Some of the stories venture into inane territory, but most are gripping. I wouldn’t recommend it to everyone — as another commenter has said, it is most definitely a man’s book. La escritura de Mutis en las tres primeras novelas es un ejemplar extraordinario de la literatura moderna. To see what your friends thought of this book, gavidro sign up. Diana rated it it was amazing Aug 08, Excellent prose but didn’t seem to add up.
Hunter Tolbert rated it liked it Feb 04, With “Amirbar” I saw and understood the long, rambling descriptions and that there is more description of, say, the journey up the mountain to the mine, than there is actual action that many North American readers have complained about in Mutis’ writing.
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