El amor es un juego solitario

El amor es un juego solitario Tres son los personajes que juegan al juego del amor que se sumergen en los gozos del erotismo que intentan vencer sus mezquindades y egoismos que tratan de huir del hastio y la vacuidad y de sus

  • Title: El amor es un juego solitario
  • Author: Esther Tusquets
  • ISBN: 9788433914569
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tres son los personajes que juegan al juego del amor, que se sumergen en los gozos del erotismo, que intentan vencer sus mezquindades y egoismos, que tratan de huir del hastio y la vacuidad, y de sus miedos a la vejez, la soledad y a no ser amados Esta hermosa novela esta escrita con una prosa lirica y de gran calado, y fue galardonada con el Premio Ciudad de Barcelona.

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    About “Esther Tusquets”

    1. Esther Tusquets

      Born into Barcelona s upper middle class on August 30, 1936, Tusquets grew up during Francisco Franco s right wing dictatorship in power from 1937 to 1975 She spent several years teaching literature and history at the Carillo Academy She was the director of the publishing house Lumen in Barcelona She published her first novel at age 42 Distinguished by a syntactically convoluted and multi layered prose style, her works employ a relentless stream of consciousness reminiscent of Proust and Woolf.She brought a highly eroticized woman s voice to Spain s post Civil War literature Her metafictional approach often employed emblematic lesbian characters to delineate the limits and possibilities of female sexual autonomy Her work was a precursor in that it dealt openly with lesbianism for the first time in the history of Spanish narrative.

    306 thoughts on “El amor es un juego solitario”


    1. This is another fantastic effort from Tusquet, which makes me immensely glad I got them, considering their obscure nature. This was more uncomfortable than her previous novel, but no less interesting and considering the increased part afforded to Clara, I'm looking forward to reading her next, and last, entry into this loose trilogy.


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