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Пандора в Конго By Albert Sánchez Piñol Мариана Китипова
  • Title: Пандора в Конго
  • Author: Albert Sánchez Piñol Мариана Китипова
  • ISBN: 9789545297
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Albert Sánchez Piñol Мариана Китипова

      Albert S nchez Pi ol was born in Barcelona in 1965 and is an anthropologist and writer His writing has appeared in several journals, and Cold Skin is his first novel Already translated into fifteen languages, it won the Ojo Critico Narrativa prize on its original publication in Catalan in 2003.


    1. Once in a while, I am possessed by the desire to read something truly bizarre, brilliant and yet slightly inscrutable, a book that is so creative and unique that it cannot help but expand one s consciousness I ve found it quite difficult to come across such books first, there s just not that many of them written, and those that are, usually exist as hidden gems that rarely surface on my media feeds It is in this spirit that I one day came across and acquired Pandora in the Congo The cover retro [...]

    2. Eis o que este livro me ensinou as mentiras s o t o mais cred veis quanto mais elaboradas e estapaf rdias forem.Levou me de volta s gloriosas aventuras Vernianas vem de J lio Verne para quem deste s culo , recordou me os tempos em que acreditava piamente que bastava dar um pontap numa pedra para desencantar um homenzinho verde.Dei tanto tempo a ler as ltimas vinte p ginas, como as quatrocentas que haviam ficado para tr s que a dada altura come a a subir o pano sob este convincente cen rio e as n [...]

    3. I ll be honest When I first picked this up, I was intrigued but not overwhelmingly excited about reading it.And then I started Within seconds, I was hooked The protagonist s name is Thomas Thomson, which immediately sets up a tone of whimsy and sort of naivety, which is exactly how the protagonist portrays himself All one needs to know is Mr Thomson was the ghostwriter of a ghostwriter of a ghostwriter and that leads him to a position working for a barrister writing the story of a prisoner await [...]

    4. Pandora in the Congo is narrated by Thomas Tommy Thomson, writing what he says is the same book yet again some sixty years after he first wrote it It s a bit different this time, as he writes the story behind and around the story as well, but still Thomson grew up in an orphanage, so well liked there that they let him stay another four years after they were supposed to send him out into the wild world at fifteen He developed a love of reading there, and the ambition to become a writer When he le [...]

    5. Ull Oju , parlo de l argument Estic impressionada amb el llibre M ha encantat M ha fet submergir me en un m n fant stic d aventures que feia temps que no trobava a excepci de La Princesa Promesa, llegida fa poc s d aquells llibres que enganxen totalment, absorbents a mi no se m ha fet llarg en absolut, ha estat una del cia S nchez Pi ol m ha sorpr s molt i molt ja m havia agradat La Pell Freda, per all l ambient era m s dens, m s obscur, m s angoixant a Pandora he descobert que a m s d escriure [...]

    6. On one level, it s an African adventure novel of the kind that Edgar Rice Burroughs used to pen On another level, it s a wry critique of those stories from a post Colonial perspective Tommy Thomson not the painter is a hack pulp writer at the turn of the last century, hired to retell the story of Marcus Garvey not the one who inspired the Rastafarians , a servant who is accused of murdering two well to do explorers in the depths of the Congo.The story that emerges runs deeper than that into a ho [...]

    7. Questo libro bellissimo.Questo libro contiene una storia e una voce, che la racconta con l a e la passione con cui le storie vanno raccontate.Non mi accadeva da tempo Entrare in libreria e prendere tra le mani uno scrigno magico, il tesoro nascosto di un abile condottiero che ha navigato su una nave robusta, col vento a favore, ed approdato dove pochi riescono ad arrivare Albert S nchez Pi ol uno scrittore Punto Mi ha preso per mano, conducendomi dentro a un universo immaginario, dipinto con la [...]

    8. I enjoyed reading this book a lot It starts like an old school adventure story but turns into something different What makes it so interesting is, that the story is so unpredictable Anything could happen And the different levels of narration help to keep you busy guessing I also liked the final revelation and the moral of the story This book would make a great movie Actually his first book Cold skin is being adapted to the big screen right now I will definitely check it out soon

    9. Well this was unexpectedly cool A great and sometimes brilliant story Early 1900 s A writer is taking down the story of a man returned from Africa Where as the servant of two evil aristocrats he had amazing adventures, and fell in love with a woman from a race that lives in a tremendous cavern under the earth Hah hah It was good The writer in the book had an interesting story as well that even though it happens after is wound up in with the Africa tale.

    10. Edit Authors should remember this word every time they write a novel They may be in love with what they have written, but that doesn t mean a shorter and compact novel wouldn t be better That is the biggest problem Pandora al Congo has.And it is a pity because the novel has a great beginning, funny and mysterious, some flashes of brilliance, and some interesting ideas how we romanticize other cultures, twisting some of their cultural aspects to fit our views of the others or how some kinds of v [...]

    11. D j bien blouie par La peau froide je reste bahie par Pandore au Congo Le d but du r cit est relat par un crivain qui revient sur un livre qu il a crit dans sa jeunesse, soixante ans plus t t Il nous en propose une r criture, agr ment e de remarques et de pr cisions Il commence par poser le d cor et se pr sente, explique sa situation l poque du livre Les passages le concernant sont souvent hilarants, et contrastent avec la trag die humaine qu il est charg de r diger sous forme de livre Le jeune [...]

    12. This was fantastic I m not sure what I expected, but this was one of those rare books that met or exceeded the reviews.The modern cleverness and playfulness merged perfectly with the story in the story rip roaring H.R Haggard adventure part Pinol does simultaneously tear those to pieces while exalting them He comments slyly on things like racism which are endemic in the pulp novels while including hugely and appropriately racist characters There are a host of villains and heroes, with many peopl [...]

    13. 3,5 Ben estructurada i ben narrada, una bona novel la que, malgrat tot, a vegades deixa certa sensaci d insatisfacci dif cil d explicar per que no permet que sigui realment una gran novel la Potser el problema rau en els personatges, que no acaben de conv ncer, per sobretot en l escasa habilitat per introduir l element fant stic dins de la realitat, una q esti que ja em semblava el major problema de La pell freda Tot i aix , es tracta d un bon entreteniment.

    14. This was absolutely the wildest book I ve ever read.I saw it on the New Books shelf at the library and just picked it up, something I almost never do I went home and finished it in two days Something that s impressive once you know I m a full time student and work several part time jobs But I was so shaken by this book I just kept reading it I ve never read something so enormously fictitious, and yet written in a manner that I had to remind myself at several points that it was in fact a work of [...]

    15. PandoraenelCongo sabe mezclar h bilmente El Coraz n entre Tinieblas, La Aventura Equinoccial de Lope de Aguirre, la reflexi n metaliteraria, la escalofriante verdad detr s de la verdad, y la fascinaci n por la mentira que queremos creer leocomparto rese a libros literatura

    16. Cuando cre as que era una novela un poco floja Sanchez Pi ol te hace tragarte la impaciencia inicial con patatas Buen sima

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