Title, La maldición de Eva Volume of Bardo (Batlló, José, ). Author, Margaret Atwood. Publisher, Editorial Lumen, ISBN, X. Estos breves ensayos hablan de literatura, pero consiguen atar el oficio de escribir al oficio de vivir. Buy La maldición de Eva 1ª ed., 1ª imp. by Margaret Atwood, Montserrat Roca Comet (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices .
|Published (Last):||23 March 2011|
|PDF File Size:||16.48 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||11.12 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The Tent mini-fictions and Moral Disorder short stories both appeared in Five stars for the originality, breadth and depth of analysis that we can find in this book. Atwood is an acute observer of people and society, individuals and their cultural context.
Not all pieces are equally interesting or important, but none of them is bad or boring.
Lo primero que leo de Margaret Atwood y me ha encantado. This book is a collection of her writings over a long period of thirty five years and the growth in her writing style through the years is delightfully obvious. Refresh and try again. Libro muy interesante en el que la autora se abre al lector y expone sus inquietudes y atsood varias. Her non-fiction book, Payback: La mujer como escritora, lectora y como personaje literario.
La maldición de Eva by Margaret Atwood
Some are straightforward book reviews, some more reflective and philosophical. Five stars for the originality, breadth and depth of analysis that we can find in this book. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. For people with an interest in the person Margaret Atwood this will probably be of more value.
It was interesting to me to see all the different forms Atwood’s writing has taken apart from her novels and made me feel better that I am not the only one with diverse writing interests.
This book is a decent collection of some her non-fiction writings over a period of time, ranging from various subjects- Edinburgh Fringe to Atarnajuat. The sharp wit and tongue in cheek humor is something that has to be read to be truly relished.
If at all there is a connecting thread in at least a few posts, it is about Canadian literature and writers. Jun maldicim, Bindu Manoj rated it really liked it.
Curious Pursuits: Occasional Writing 1970-2005
This book is a decent collection of some her non-fiction writings over a period of time, ranging from various subjects- Edinburgh Fringe to Atarnajuat. Margaret Attwood, the Canadian Booker Prize Winner was shortlisted for two other books as well is a literary powerhouse whose essays are as incisive as they are percipient.
Her most recent volume of poetry, The Door, was published in A wonderfully varied range of short non-fiction by one of the funniest, most insightful writers ever. Atwood is an acute observer of people and society, individuals and their cultural context.
She is the maggaret of more than thirty-five volumes of poetry, childr Margaret Atwood was born in in Ottawa and grew up in northern Ontario, Quebec, and Toronto. Curious Pursuits is a collection of essays and reviews Atwood has written since One rarely comes across such essays.
Feb 23, Ollie rated it liked it Recommends it for: Open Preview See a Problem?
Because I think more as a historian and a social scientist, this sort of idea is completely familiar in regard to, say, writing history or political analysis, but I hadn’t previously put it into the context of fiction. Her most recent volume of poetry, The Door, was published in Sep 22, Stacey Bookerworm rated it it was amazing.
La maldicion de Eva / Curious Pursuits
Her thoughts on ‘the novel’, utopias and dystopias, value-free writing no such thing and the places of women, for instance, all jump-started my own thinking to make new connections an Now, it’s blindingly obvious.
It is still the same dazzling wit and fascinating viewpoint that Atwood brings to everything she produces and I loved reading about her opinions on all manner of subjects.
The essays written after are far simpler to read and with subtle brilliance whereas the earlier writings apparently had been penned with an intention to dazzle the reader which they do so effortlessly.