Carnaval brutal Ales Steger

Carnaval brutal

$189.00

Medios de pago

    Carnaval brutal

    Editorial: Arlequín

    Idioma: Español

    ISBN: 9786078627110

    Formatos: ePub (con DRM de Adobe)

    $189.00

    Medios de pago
      Carnaval brutal Ales Steger

      Carnaval brutal

      $189.00

      Medios de pago

        Carnaval brutal

        Editorial: Arlequín

        Idioma: Español

        ISBN: 9786078627110

        Formatos: ePub (con DRM de Adobe)

        $189.00

        Medios de pago
          Sinopsis
          Adam Bely, exdramaturgo y exjefe de cienciólogos, vuelve a su natal Maribor después de años de ausencia acompañado de Rosa Portero, periodista de radio. Ambos son aliados para desmantelar al Gran Orco y absolver a las almas que lo conforman, mientras intentan permanecer fuera del escrutinio policíaco.Diversos personajes —algunos de la esfera política y empresarial— se despliegan estrambóticamente en una brutalidad animal una vez son liberadas sus almas. Diseminadas en una conspiración misteriosa y disparatada, desfilan ante nosotros las debilidades de nuestra propia civilización en una parodia pesada e incómoda. Šteger juega con una realidad oscura que colorea con la excentricidad y nos recuerda que el carnaval se vive todo el año como una repetición absurda.
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          Ales Steger: Aleš Šteger is the most prominent Slovenian poet of his generation: his work has won major awards in his own country and has been translated into numerous languages. His European publishers are among the most prominent in their countries: his German publisher is Suhrkamp which also publishes fellow Slovenians Slavoj Zizek and Tomas Salamun; his Italian publisher is Zandonai; his Spanish publisher is Pretextos. The Book of Things is Steger's most widely praised book of poetry. He is becoming one of central Europe's most prominent poets as well as one of its brightest stars in general.Brian Henry: Brian Henry has published five books of poetry and edited other books. His next book, Lessness, is forthcoming from Ahsahta Press. He's placed more than 400 poems in magazines in over a dozen countries. He has co-edited the prestigious international literary journal Verse since 1995, and co-founded Verse Press in 1999. He has reviewed poetry for the New York Times Book Review, Times Literary Supplement, The Kenyon Review, Boston Review, The Yale Review, and many other places. His essays on poetry have appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, The Georgia Review, The Antioch Review, and in books published by Harvard University Press, University of Wisconsin Press, and Salt Publishing. He teaches at University of Richmond in Virginia.

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