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Alli donde uno diria que ya no puede haber nada: <i>Tu rostro manana</i> de Javier Marias

Alli donde uno diria que ya no puede haber nada: Tu rostro manana de Javier Marias (Paperback)

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Tu rostro manana es, sin duda alguna, la obra mas ambiciosa y abarcadora de Javier Marias. En ella culmina su larga trayectoria como novelista, en la que se percibe una evolucion cuya coherencia, consistencia y excelencia no tienen parangon en la narrativa espanola actual. A lo largo de cuatro decadas, la afilada sensibilidad literaria del autor matritense no ha fallado nunca en la ideacion e imaginacion de una obra narrativa en la que cada nuevo volumen abre nuevos horizontes y, al mismo tiempo, robustece los fundamentos de un universo idiosincrasico e inconfundible que se ha convertido en una de las referencias esenciales de la narrativa europea actual.

En este volumen, destacados autores y especialistas, tales como Felix de Azua, Jordi Gracia, David K. Herzberger, Gonzalo Navajas, Edmundo Paz Soldan, Elide Pittarello y Jose Maria Pozuelo Yvancos, exploran desde distintas perspectivas lo que podria calificarse como el non plus ultra de la aventura mariesca. El libro incluye, ademas, el discurso de ingreso de Javier Marias en la Real Academia Espanola y la contestacion de Francisco Rico, asi como una extensisima relacion de las citas y alusiones incluidas en la novela de Marias, compilada y comentada por Antonio Iriarte y autorizada por el propio autor.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writersEssays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 - Publisher: Brill Publication Date: 01/01/2009 ISBN-13: 9789042025943  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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