Delirio ePub download
by Laura Restrepo
- ISBN: 9681914724
- ISBN13: 978-9681914721
- ePub: 1771 kb | FB2: 1239 kb
- Language: Spanish
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Alfaguara; Sexta reimpresción edition (2005)
- Pages: 342
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 183
- Format: rtf azw doc lrf
Relatively unknown throughout the English-speaking world, Colombian novelist Laura Restrepo has been widely acclaimed nearly everywhere else
Relatively unknown throughout the English-speaking world, Colombian novelist Laura Restrepo has been widely acclaimed nearly everywhere else. Already the recipient of a number of international literary awards, Restrepo won the prestigious Alfaguara Prize in 2004 for Delirium.
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Delirium is a novel by Colombian author Laura Restrepo. With this book, Restrepo won the prestigious Premio Alfaguara de Novela in 2004. Natasha Wimmer's English translation was published in 2007. Delirium opens when its main protagonist, an ex-English professor turned traveling Purina salesman named Aguilar, discovers that while away on a four-day business trip his wife Agustina endured an experience that provoked a severe dissolution of her sanity.
Laura Restrepo's Delirium offers profound insights into the deep scars that violence leaves on the individual and . Restrepo's twist comes in the narration of the novel.
Laura Restrepo's Delirium offers profound insights into the deep scars that violence leaves on the individual and society, says Ben Bollig. She employs a series of voices that intertwine and overlap as Aguilar delves deeper into the domestic and political mysteries that lie at the root of Agustina's collapse.
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Praise for Laura Restrepo’s Delirium. Laura Restrepo is the bestselling author of six novels, including The Dark Bride, A Tale of the Dispossessed, and Delirio, which received Spain's prestigious Alfaguara Prize. Stunning, dense, complex, mind-blowing. This novel goes far above politics, right up into high art. -Washington Post Book World. One of the finest novels written in recent memory. She lives in Colombia.
I think that Laura Restrepo is a fine writer and her book Delirium captures the damage that violence does to societies and to individuals
I think that Laura Restrepo is a fine writer and her book Delirium captures the damage that violence does to societies and to individuals. I really liked the construction of the novel which had different voices relating the story and the plot with many twists and turns was compelling. Great literary style but very easy to read (just pay attention to who is talking at any given moment).
Delirium by Laura Restrepo. Delirium (Delirio) is a unique, historical tale about life in Bogotá during the 1980s and it especially highlights the violent drug trade and its effects on Colombian society. Laura Restrepo tells multiple tales exploring Colombia’s difficult past and the country’s transformations over the years. The Making of Modern Colombia: A Nation in Spite of Itself by David Bushnell. Was Gabo An Irishman?
Although Restrepo doesn't specify the year, it appears to be 1983: ".