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by Antonio Muñoz Molina

eBook En ausencia de Blanca (Narrativa (Punto de Lectura)) (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 8466369929
Author: Antonio Muñoz Molina
Publisher: Santillana USA /Punto de Lectura (January 1, 2009)
Language: Spanish
Pages: 128
ePub: 1754 kb
Fb2: 1648 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: World Literature

Fiction - General, Fiction, Spanish: Adult Fiction, General, Fantasy - General.

By Antonio Munoz Molina. Javier Mossed, the novel’s journalist narrator guides us through the novel. The Book of Murder by Guillermo Martinez is the story of a delayed act of revenge. From the narrative’s fantasy perspective, the novel’s elevator inspectors are divided into two groups: the pragmatic inspectors that strictly adhere to the study of an elevator’s mechanics and engineering, and the intuitionists, who rely on their sixth sense to diagnose the health and safety of each elevator. It’s a great read with a philosophical edge.

Series: Narrativa (Punto de Lectura) (Book 13). Paperback: 144 pages. Me gusto este libro que, como otros obras de Munoz Molina, presenta un retrato sumamente claro y bastante bien escrito de los personajes principales

Series: Narrativa (Punto de Lectura) (Book 13). Publisher: Punto de Lectura (April 23, 2008). Me gusto este libro que, como otros obras de Munoz Molina, presenta un retrato sumamente claro y bastante bien escrito de los personajes principales. El hilo narativo sigue un rumbo en lo cual se mezclan la ilusion, la vanidad, y el misterio. No es un thriller, sino un cuento con aspectos inesperados y observaciones nitidas sobre las culturas de EE-UU, Argentina, y Espana. Si te gusta Munoz Molina, o si buscas una novela agradable que puedes completar en unos dias, te recomendo Carlota Feinberg.

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Even though Munoz Molina makes the reader want to read his short novel without wanting to stop, this reader enjoyed reading it for the whole purpose of disliking the male protagonist more and more as the plot went on. Mario is a weakling, a man who is so afraid of losing Blanca, his wife, that he will not be himself.

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En ausencia de Blanca book. Published April 1st 2008 by Punto de Lectura (first published 1999). Mario Lopez, a young man who never stayed after work for the. 8466369929 (ISBN13: 9788466369923). En ausencia de Blanca, publicada dos años después, podría ser la respuesta a esa pena que le causó que su otra Antonio Muñoz Molina publicó en 1999 Carlota Fainberg, un libro que él mismo describe en su página web como una reivindicación del acto de contar, y del formato admirable de la novela corta.

Mario, un joven funcionario, es la personificación de la rutina. Cada día a la misma hora llega a casa, donde espera encontrar a su esposa, Blanca, que es su polo opuesto. Antes de que Mario la rescatara, bebía, fumaba y tomaba pastillas sin ningún control

Mario, un joven funcionario, es la personificación de la rutina. Antes de que Mario la rescatara, bebía, fumaba y tomaba pastillas sin ningún control. Mario le roba horas al trabajo y al ocio para estar con Blanca, su único interés, que se convierte en obsesión. Una novela breve pero elegante, con un final sorprendente.

Antonio Muñoz Molina (1956) on Hispaania romaanikirjanik. En ausencia de Blanca", 2001. "La vida por delante", 2002. Ta on pälvinud arvukalt kirjanduspreemiaid, sealhulgas Asturiaprintsi auhinna (2013) olulise panuse eest maailmakirjandusse. Muñoz Molina on pärit väikesest Úbeda linnakesest Andaluusias, tema vanemad olid lihtsad põllutöölised. Antonio Muñoz Molina (born 10 January 1956) is a Spanish writer and, since 8 June 1995, a full member of the Royal Spanish Academy. He currently resides in New York City, United States. In 2004-2005 he served as the director of the Instituto Cervantes of New York.

Mario Lopez, a young man who never stayed after work for the usual happy hour, lives almost exclusively for his wife, Blanca. For a civil employee like him, whose life is monotonous, Blanca embodies the sunshine in his life, and in return, he brings tranquility and stability to hers. Mario however has a constant fear of losing her, a fear of abandonment and the outside world will manage to make that happen. Description in Spanish: Mario, un joven funcionario de provincias, vive dedicado a su trabajo y, sobre todo, a su mujer, Blanca, por quien siente una profunda fascinación. Juntos forman una pareja complementaria: él encarna la sencillez, la paz del hogar, la fortaleza; ella, en cambio, representa el lado exquisito de la vida, pero también la inestabilidad. Por eso Mario vive intranquilo, siempre alerta. Percibe que algo inquietante amenaza su unión.
Comments: (2)
IWantYou
Well worthwhile to read and pause to consider relations between people in general. Te previous assessment written here would rather just read about characters like him/herself rather than learn how characters displaying different behaviour pose a different view of a plot's narrative. The prose is well thought out and perhaps the character of Mario is not to be taken as a character "one identifies with" but rather one that sheds light on an extreme behaviour that reveals something else.
Narder
Even though Munoz Molina makes the reader want to read his short novel without wanting to stop, this reader enjoyed reading it for the whole purpose of disliking the male protagonist more and more as the plot went on. Mario is a weakling, a man who is so afraid of losing Blanca, his wife, that he will not be himself. There are times when he seems to want to quit this masochistic relationship, and face losing his wife in order to be himself and live his real life, but he never does it. The one redeeming moment when he would tell his spoiled, purposeless, drug-alcohol-sex addicted wife to walk out the door, never comes to the dismay of this reader and those other readers who have to put up with two of the most pitiful characters in contemporary Spanish narrative.