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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author recalls his childhood and youth, and recounts the family stories retold by his relatives, revealing the origins of many of the incidents he incorporated into his work. Read more Read less.
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Manufacturer warranty may not apply. Learn more about Amazon International Store. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Previous page. Gabriel Garcia Marquez. La Sombra del Viento. Todos Los Cuentos. Next page. It is a recreation of his formative years, from his birth in Colombia in , through his evocative childhood to the time he became a journalist.
The Nobel laureate offers us the memory of his childhood and adolescence, the years that shaped his creative imagination, and, with time, would become the basis of the fiction that makes up much of twentieth-century literature in Spanish and indeed the world. Vivir para contarla is a guide to readers of his entire work, an indispensable companion to many unforgettable passages which, with the reading of this memoir acquire a new perspective. No customer reviews.
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As always GGM's writing style is extremely engrossing and adicting. I would rank this book right up there with his best novels. Others have discussed the content, so I won't repeat what others have written. I will only say that GGM had a very interesting life, and he relates it in his incomparable literary style.
Un placer leerlo e identificar nombres y caracteres de sus novelas y sus cuentos. Es cierto que tiene pasajes bastante amenos e interesantes, donde el autor nos deleita con su prosa, pero por momentos se pierde el hilo de la lectura, en un sin fin de recuerdos de parientes, amigos, y conocidos del escritor que la hacen algo densa y repetitiva la historia. De todos modos es una lectura recomendable, no es lo mejor de Garcia Marquez pero vale la pena leerlo. Es un libro muy revelador, es conocer al hombre y al escritor.
I have not finished reading this book but as always I love his work. It is nice to get a glimpse on his life as a young man in Colombia and his early dreams and aspirations and seeing how it all began for him as a writer. Such funny anecdotes such as his conversation with his mother about his career choice and how she is supposed to explainte this to his father while on a boat trip to sell an old house. I really like it.
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Vivir para contarla
Can one of the greatest storytellers of the 20th century, winner of the Nobel for literature, write about his life without confusing reality and fictional adventures? Well, yes and no. Yet as he explains in the epigraph, "Life isn't what one lived, but what one remembers and how one remembers it to tell it. The narrative becomes a journey through Colombian history, starting with the writer's childhood in Aracataca and ending in at age 29, when he traveled abroad for the first time. Snapshot passages about his life as a student and a traveler on Colombia's most important river, the Magdalena, as well as the beginnings of his journalism career, are vividly narrated.