[Download] ➾ Los detectives salvajes Author Roberto Bolaño – Varanus.us

Los detectives salvajes New Year S Eve, 1975 Arturo Belano And Ulises Lima, Founders Of The Visceral Realist Movement In Poetry, Leave M Xico City In A Borrowed White Impala Their Quest To Track Down The Obscure, Vanished Poet Ces Rea Tinajero A Violent Showdown In The Sonora Desert Turns Search To Flight Twenty Years Later Belano And Lima Are Still On The Run.The Explosive First Long Work By The Most Exciting Writer To Come From South Of The R O Grande In A Long Time Ilan Stavans, Los Ngeles Times , The Savage Detectives Follows Belano And Lima Through The Eyes Of The People Whose Paths They Cross In Central Am Rica, Europe, Israel, And West Africa This Chorus Includes The Muses Of Visceral Realism, The Beautiful Font Sisters Their Father, An Architect Interned In A M Xico City Asylum A Sensitive Young Follower Of Octavio Paz A Foul Mouthed American Graduate Student A French Girl With A Taste For The Marquis De Sade The Great Granddaughter Of Leon Trotsky A Chilean Stowaway With A Mystical Gift For Numbers The Anorexic Heiress To A Mexican Underwear Empire An Argentinian Photojournalist In Angola And Assorted Hangers On, Detractors, Critics, Lovers, Employers, Vagabonds, Real Life Literary Figures, And Random Acquaintances.A Polymathic Descendant Of Borges And Pynchon, Roberto Bola O Traces The Hidden Connection Between Literature And Violence In A World Where National Boundaries Are Fluid And Death Lurks In The Shadow Of The Avant Garde The Savage Detectives Is A Dazzling Original, The First Great Latin American Novel Of The Twenty First Century.

[Download] ➾ Los detectives salvajes  Author Roberto Bolaño – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 609 pages
  • Los detectives salvajes
  • Roberto Bolaño
  • Spanish
  • 18 June 2017
  • 9589909116

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  1. says:

    I ll bet a lot of us walk around with some real concrete ideas about just who it is we could possibly fall in love with Maybe the specifics of our ideas change over time and even become less rigid, but still we maintain that we know on some level what it is that we want Maybe when we re nineteen, we re convinced we could only ever truly love a man with a neck tattoo who sings lead in an Oi band and has great feminist politics and knows how to cook Or maybe our criteria are purely negative, a I ll bet a lot of us walk around with some real concrete ideas about just who it is we could possibly fall in love with Maybe the specifics of our ideas change over time and even become less rigid, but still we maintain that we know on some level what it is that we want Maybe when we re nineteen, we re convinced we cou...


  2. says:

    Since there are so many fantastic reviews of The Savage Detectives, I thought I would offer a slightly different approach as per below.In Part 1, the first person narrator, 17 year old Juan Garcia Madero, tells us right off he is reading the erotic fiction of Pierre Louys incidentally, one of Louys s novels was made into a Luis Bu uel film That Obscure Object of Desire Also, the way Juan speaks of the visceral realists, a group of wild avant garde poets where young Juan is a member, reminde Since there are so many fantastic revie...


  3. says:

    Youth is a scam Roberto Bola o 1953 2003 created a very special novel with The Savage Detectives The novel is constantly moving, grinding slowly across the years steady and sure as a freight train, carrying the baggage of our existence towards the inevitable finality of life During the course of my reading, people would misinterpret the title and tell me they enjoyed a good crime thriller and inquire into the plot of the book I clutched lovingly in my hands While this is no whodunnit nov Youth is a scam Roberto Bola o 1953 2003 created a very special novel with The Savage Detectives The novel is constantly moving, grinding slowly across the years steady and sure as a freight train, carrying the baggage of our existence towards the inevitable finality of life During the course of my reading, people would misinterpret t...


  4. says:

    In this quasi autobiographical story, a group of intense young poets, men and women, knock around in mid 1970 s Mexico City Their lives are poetry reading it, writing poems, trying to get them published in fly by night literary magazines that only they read The intensity of their love for poetry is disarming They exist in odd hours, wander aimlessly through the city, drink, make love, steal books from bookstores, and talk poetry constantly As they get older they become migr s in Europe, ma In this quasi autobiographical story, a group of intense young poets, men and women, knock around in mid 1970 s Mexico City Their lives are poetry reading it, writing poems, trying to get them published in fly by night literary magazines that only they read The intensity of their love for poetry is disarming They exist in odd hours, wan...


  5. says:

    I am struggling over writing this review The Savage Detectives has become an important book to me, and I m trying to find the best way to put a whole series of associations, emotions, and thoughts into words about how it has entered into my life and mind and heart I have a tendency to hide behind a lot of formal analysis when I am writing, but I don t think that approach is good enough for this review I just met a close friend from graduate school for dinner last week he now lives in San Fr I am struggling over writing this review The Savage Detectives has become an important book to me, and I m...


  6. says:

    This novel has caused me great distress not so much reading, but trying to figure out just how many of those little stars to dish out I could have opted for a measly one because when it dragged me by the feet into a room of boredom the middle third it decided to drag big time, only to drag someAAAHHH, let me out , can t take anyBut as a stubborn individual there was no way this was going to beat me, I huffed, and I puffed, and I set my eyes to work, as sometimes we have to This novel has caused me great distress not so much reading, but trying to figure out just how many of those little stars to dish out I could have opted ...


  7. says:

    a reviewer wrote that she enjoyed Savage Detectives, but complained that it was about nothing that she read nearly 700 pages and left with this notion proves her a total jackass and describes precisely why this is a great book as with a life, Savage Detectives cannot be reduced to a few rote themes or ideas it s a messy, sprawling jackson pollock painting of a book kept at a distance from our main characters, we hear testimonials by various people who knew them through different chapters a reviewer wrote that she enjoyed Savage Detectives, but complained that it was about nothing that she read nearly 700 pages and left with this notion proves her a total jackass and describes precisely why this is a great book as with a life, Savage Detectives cannot be reduced to a few rote themes or ideas it s a messy, sprawling jackson pollock painting of a book kept at a distance from our main characters, we hear testimonials by various people who knew them t...


  8. says:

    I want to sum up my thoughts about this book using a quote from its pages What a shame that time passes, don t you think What a shame that we die, and get old, and everything good goes galloping away from us But that seems insufficient How about a song doesn t quite do it either How about a poem SELF PORTRAIT AT TWENTY YEARSI set off, I took up the...


  9. says:

    My interpretation of 90% of the passages I encountered in Savage Detectives I walked around Mexico City for a while And then I sat in a coffee shop and wrote poetry for seven hours And then I saw a crazy poet I know and we argued about Octavio Paz And then I read nam...


  10. says:

    I am so late to this party Sorry, I meant to share my review of The Savage Detectives sooner but things got sort of crazy I was enjoying a Cuba Libre at El Loto de Quintana on Avenida Guerrero near the Glorieta de Insurgentes with Ian Graye s visceral reviewers, the self proclaimed readers of the Goodreads avant garde We were discussing the poetry of Alberto Bonifaz Nu o and L pez Velarde and even the butch queer Manuel Jos de la Cruz from San Luis Potos when I noticed the waitress Jacinta R I am so late to this party Sorry, I meant to share my review of The Savage Detectives sooner but things got sort of crazy I was enjoying a Cuba Libre at El Loto de Quintana on Avenida Guerrero near the Glorieta de Insurgentes with Ian Graye s visceral reviewers, the self proclaimed readers of the Goodreads avant garde We were discussing the poetry of Alberto Bonifaz Nu o and L pez Velarde and even the butch queer Manuel Jos de la Cruz from San Luis Potos when I noticed the waitre...

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