The Fragrance of the Guava Epub î of the Kindle

The Fragrance of the Guava Epub î of the  Kindle
  • Paperback
  • 126 pages
  • The Fragrance of the Guava
  • Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza
  • English
  • 09 July 2019
  • 0571193269

The Fragrance of the Guava✹ [BOOKS] ✭ The Fragrance of the Guava By Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza ❃ – Essayreview.co.uk In these conversations with a friend and contemporary the Nobel prize winning Colombian novelist speaks movingly, revealingly and unaffectedly about his family background, his early travels and strugg In these conversations with a friend of the Kindle Ø and contemporary the Nobel prize winning Colombian novelist speaks movingly, revealingly and unaffectedly about his family background, his early travels and struggles as a writer, his literary antecedents and his personal artistic concerns Guided by Mendoza, M rquez reveals as transfigured in his work by the power The Fragrance MOBI :Á of language the heat and colour of the Spanish Caribbean, the mythological world of its inhabitants, the exotic mentality of its leaders.

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    El Olor De La Guayaba Parfum De Guayaba Convorbiri Cu Gabriel Garcia Marquez The Fragrance of Guava, Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza The Fragrance of Guava is a book based on the long conversations between Gabriel Garc a M rquez and his close friend Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza Published in 1982, the book describes the life of Garc a M rquez, from his early childhood to his encounters with celebrities The title of the book in Spanish is El Olor de la Guayaba It was translated as The Fragrance of Guav El Olor De La Guayaba Parfum De Guayaba Convorbiri Cu Gabriel Garcia Marquez The Fragrance of Guava, Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza The Fragrance of Guava is a book based on the long conversations between Gabriel Garc a M rquez and his close friend Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza Published in 1982, the book describes the life of Garc a M rquez, from his early childhood to his encounters with celebrities The title of the book in Spanish is El Olor de la Guayaba It was translated as The Fragrance of Guava however, the literal translation should be The Smell of Guava In these conversations Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, speaks about his Colombian family background, his early travels and struggles as writer, his literary antecedents, and his personal artistic concerns Marquez conveys, as he does in his work through the power of language, the heat and color of the Spanish Caribbean, the mythological world of its inhabitants, and the exotic mentality of its leaders Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, the journalist and novelist who shares these conversations, is a friend and contemporary of Marques, and also of Colombian extraction 1984 1362 169 1393 161 9789642132485 20 1393 171 9789642091904 1382 176 9643740226 1362

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    T o gostoso de ler como as suas obras de fic o, O Aroma da Goiaba n o uma biografia, nem uma entrevista uma conversa ntima entre dois amigos de longa data, uma partilha de recorda es e uma viagem pela vida de G.G.M rquez at d cada de 80, quando o livro foi escrito.Nasceu e foi criado em Aracataca, na Col mbianico menino no meio de in meras mulheresCriado pelos av s ele Coronel veterano da guerra civil, ela, a grande matriarca da fam lia,mulher mi da e f rrea, de alucinan T o gostoso de ler como as suas obras de fic o, O Aroma da Goiaba n o uma biografia, nem uma entrevista uma conversa ntima entre dois amigos de longa data, uma partilha de recorda es e uma viagem pela vida de G.G.M rquez at d cada de 80, quando o livro foi escrito.Nasceu e foi criado em Aracataca, na Col mbianico menino no meio de in meras mulheresCriado pelos av s ele Coronel veterano da guerra civil, ela, a grande matriarca da fam lia,mulher mi da e f rrea, de alucinantes olhos azuisForam eles a grande inspira o para a composi o das personagens mais marcantes das suas obras, assim como o ambiente de supersti o e manias que se respirava naquelacasa, que ele depois recordar grande, antiga, com um p tio onde ardia nas noites de muito calor o aroma de um jasmineiro e in meros quartos onde suspiravam s vezes os mortosevidente a semelhan a entre este universo onde se fez homem e os cen rios dos livros que escreveutodas as minhas personagens s o como um quebra cabe as montados com pe as de muitas pe as de muitas pessoas diferentes, e, como evidente, com pe as de mim mesmouma maravilha descobrir o percurso deste homem desde os loucos anos de estudante quando come ou verdadeiramente a interessar se pela escrita, o longo caminho at ao reconhecimento por vezes deriva e sem dinheiro , at ao dia em que Cem Anos de Solid o lhe traria fama e fortuna e lhe levaria para sempre o sossego.Um homem que demonstrou ter fortes e nem sempre bem aceites convic es pol ticas, que usou a fama em prol dos mais desfavorecidos, muito intuitivo e superdticioso, nunca se desfez das suas manias recebeu o Nobel numfato branco de algod o, fechado at ao pesco o com bot esusado em ocasi es especiais na costa do Caribe, porque sempre se recusou a usar fraque S se sentia seguro no meio de mulheres e exigia sempre flores amarelas em casa Man aco da pontualidade, correu mundo, privou com figuras de destaque mundial, mas o Caribe foi sempre a sua casa.Adorava Goya, detestava os domingos, e a sua cor preferida erao amarelo do mar do Caribe s tr s da tarde, visto da Jamaica E muito, muito mais, para descobrir neste livrinho delicioso

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    Son conversaciones entre Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, escritor y periodista colombiano, y su viejo amigo Gabriel Garc a M rquez Es donde me enter de un hecho que me pas desapercibido cuando le Cien a os de soledad con relaci n a los hermanos gemelos Jos Arcadio segundo y Aureliano segundo.

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    Macondo, m s que un lugar del mundo, es un estado de nimo.He le do este libro varias veces a lo largo de mi vida y de hecho, tengo dos ediciones de ste la primera la compr en un librer a de segunda mano, un mediod a cegador del verano en Chihuahua, hace m s de 10 a os Es una edici n viejita, despastada, en cuya portada se ve a un Garc a M rquez sonriente y joven La conservo en la casa materna, encima de un librero, como una peque a joya y un v nculo imprescindible con el autor La primera Macondo, m s que un lugar del mundo, es un estado de nimo.He le do este libro varias veces a lo largo de mi vida y de hecho, tengo dos ediciones de ste la primera la compr en un librer a de segunda mano, un mediod a cegador del verano en Chihuahua, hace m s de 10 a os Es una edici n viejita, despastada, en cuya portada se ve a un Garc a M rquez sonriente y joven La conservo en la casa materna, encima de un librero, como una peque a joya y un v nculo imprescindible con el autor La primera vez que lo le fue cuando, fascinada por Cien A os trat de leer todo lo de Gabo y todo lo que me permitiera comprenderlo mejor Y despu s de tantos a os, creo que El Olor de la Guayaba es un libro entra able, fascinante y una obra nica para conocer a Gabriel Garc a M rquez, a trav s de esta conversaci n personal con Plinio Mendoza En este intercambio, conocemos c mo naci la idea para su novela m s famosa, las lecturas que formaron al colombiano, su sorpresa ante la fama, an cdotas de la infancia, entre otros Este libro me parece un retrato sincero, ntimo, en momentos tierno, sobre el hombre que escribi posiblemente la mejor novela del siglo XX y que nunca termin de creerlo Asimismo, afirma Gabo como lo hizo en distintas ocasiones que el nico deber de un escritor, es el de escribir bien, m s all de intereses pol ticos, quehaceres y agendas personales De una manera po tica, casi de ensue o, lo acompa amos a Aracataca y su sol inclemente a la lluviosa Bogot a la bulliciosa Barranquilla y Cartegena y a ciudades que en contraste con su Colombia natal, de pronto parecen m s grises, m s ajenas pero en donde terminar a viviendo una parte importante de su vida, como lo fue la Ciudad de M xico Mucho del contenido de este libro fue despu s desarrollado en Vivir para Contarla pero no por ello deja de ser una obra indispensable para quienes somos seguidores de este escritor

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    Cu ndo reci n comenc a leer este libro supe que iba a ponerle m s de 3 estrellas, pero conforme fui adentr ndome a este di logo entre mi nuestro Gabo y su amigo Plinio Mendoza, supe que 4 estrellas ser a muy poco.Ya he le do la grandiosa biograf a que escribi Gerald Martin sobre mi colombiano favorito, pero este libro fue superior, porque mientras Martin nos expone los hechos de y alrededor de Gabo Plinio nos expone el coraz n y el pensar de Gabo.Es una pl tica no s lo con Gabo sino con Cu ndo reci n comenc a leer este libro supe que iba a ponerle m s de 3 estrellas, pero conforme fui adentr ndome a este di logo entre mi nuestro Gabo y su amigo Plinio Mendoza, supe que 4 estrellas ser a muy poco.Ya he le do la grandiosa biograf a que escribi Gerald Martin sobre mi colombiano favorito, pero este libro fue superior, porque mientras Martin nos expone los hechos de y alrededor de Gabo Plinio nos expone el coraz n y el pensar de Gabo.Es una pl tica no s lo con Gabo sino con nosotros.Ay, Gabo, cu nta falta nos haces

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    M rquez won the Nobel Prize in 1982, but this interview took place before that M rquez was a different person before and after One Hundred Years of Solitude published 1967 Before he was world traveling journalist from coastal Columbia who went through starving stretches where he was unemployed including once when his publisher was shut down , had written numerous wonderful stories and four full books, none of which had soldthan a 1000 copies He wrote at night after work, all night, a M rquez won the Nobel Prize in 1982, but this interview took place before that M rquez was a different person before and after One Hundred Years of Solitude published 1967 Before he was world traveling journalist from coastal Columbia who went through starving stretches where he was unemployed including once when his publisher was shut down , had written numerous wonderful stories and four full books, none of which had soldthan a 1000 copies He wrote at night after work, all night, and was constantly searching out connections and feedback about his writing, openly sharing passages with close writer friends Afterward, fame entered and M rquez responded by becoming extremely private, focusing on his family and developing a writing routine he never broke 9am to 3pm everyday When he finished The Autumn of the Patriarch early one day, he struggled with how to fill his time until 3 00 Mendoza fills in a nice role as a writer who knew him in his younger hungry days, and has remained close to him, and, based on this book, is an elegant writer himself This is a short book, stretched out to over a hundred pages by photos and line spacings M rquez is both interesting and reticent, and Mendoza needs to pull things out of him He comes across as very closely connected to Caribbean culture, as one obsessed with solitude of course , and who claims his most personal and autobiographical and technically best work is the really disturbing The Autumn of the Patriarch, a book about the complete corruption of power which took almost 20 years to write In the end he as little to nothing to say about his most famous work He seems to have very mixed feeling about both the book and the impact it had on his life I believe writers are always alone, like shipwrecked sailors in the middle of the ocean. I ve never really been interested in any idea which can t stand many years of neglect. 35 The Fragrance of Guava Conversations with Gabriel Garcia M rquez by Plinio Apuleyo Mendozapublished 1982format 118 page little paperbackacquired Marchread Jun 14 18rating 4

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