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La Biblia Vaquera (Un triunfo del corrido sobre la lógica)
His province of PopSTock! That being expunged from my system, there is actually a lot to commend with this collection of stories. The admittedly well-designed cover, featuring a lucha libre mask and ringing endorsements connecting Velazquez to such white writers as Charles Bukowski, William S. Bookseller Completion Rate This reflects the percentage of orders the seller has received and filled. Cover may not represent actual copy or condition available.
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Stars are assigned as follows: Rein it in and try again. Thompson, but with way more burritos and luchadores.
I am sure I missed a lot of references and even some plot points. Las Primas, grupo femenil de argentinas que cantaban: The comparison on the back jacket to Burroughs feels generous, and the comparisons to Hunter S. Hay siempre una trama muy concreta y lo que transforma toda la experiencia es la amplia gama de artefactos literarios de los que se vale el autor para contarnos los cuentos de otra manera.
Social responsibility Did you know that sinceBiblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America? As an edgy collection of very short fiction it was not surprising that I didn’t find a sympathetic central character. Lentamente voy aprendiendo a no idolatrar autores.
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The least interesting stories are just opaquely weird. After a while you realize that the stories sometimes overlap. Solo mexicanos lo entienden o gente muy arraigada a vaquega cultura y zona.
But I hope not because most of it just doesn’t seem to be all that good. If you’re a fan of hard-drinking, hard-living stories, you’ll probably love it.
Blood should splatter the seats and stain the blonds. Velazquez writes in a tone that we can describe as mythic, a tone that is at once stoic and frenetic, jumping from one object of lw to the next in the span of a few staccato sentences.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Didn’t find what you’re looking for? This short story lq is unlike anything I have ever read. Sign In Register Help Cart. It is difficult to know what to say about this. Millions of books are added to our site everyday and when we find one that matches your search, we’ll send you an e-mail. Cuentos muy divertidos, un lenguaje tan florido!!! So, I don’t know; if you liked that book, then this one might appeal to you.
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Hardcoverpages. The stories are linked by the magical Cowboy Bible, which changes shape between the stories – in one it is the talisman of a Mexican wrestling DJ and art critic, in another an unbeatable participant in drinking marathons, the leather for boots so desirable that a character sells to the devil a night with his wife, a television show on which cds are pirated by a female urban rebel, an overweight single mother, and a musical instrument.
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La Biblia Vaquera
How can I weigh the book’s exuberance and phantasmagoric imagination against its obscure to me, at least pop culture references and its incomprehensibility to any reader who hasn’t read the publisher’s blurb? Viscerally surreal, bare-knuckle narratives of marginal people in a marginal community.
What makes Biblio different? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. As The Guardian recently explained”[s]ome cultures do not distinguish between fiction and nonfiction – and instead talk of ‘stories'”; one of the cultures identified in the article is Mexico. I can definitely state that The Cowboy Bible and Other Stories is not for every reader, but those who are willing to patiently immerse themselves in the world of PopSTock!