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Three Unconnected Men Travel North, Each Passing In Isolation Over One Of The Most Troubled And Controversial Dividing Lines In The World The Mexico US Border But In A Melee Of Language And Blood, Their Stories Of A Young Serial Killer, A Professor And His Lover A Graduate Student Who Writes Graphic Novels , And An Outsider Artist In A Mental Institution Gradually Begin To Coalesce Daring In Both Its Protagonists And Its Structure, Edmundo Paz Sold N S Norte Is A Fast Paced, Vivid, And Operatic Blending Of Distinct Voices Together, They Lay Bare The Darkness Of The Line Over Which These Men Like So Many Others Have Passed A Prominent Member Of A New Generation Of Latin American Writers, Paz Sold N Stands In Defiant Opposition To The Magical Realism Of The Past Century, Instead Grounding His Work In Political, Economic, And Historical Realities Norte Is No Exception It Is A Tale Of Displacement And The Very Human Costs Of Immigration Shocking With Its Violence Even As It Thrills With Its Language, Confounding Rather Than Cowing Under The Clich Of The Murderous, Drug Dealing Immigrant, Norte Is A Disquieting, Imperative Work An Undeniable Reflection Of Our Fragmented Modern World. Norte


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10 thoughts on “Norte

  1. says:

    Jos Edmundo Paz Sold n vila, nasceu em Cochabamba, na Bol via, em 1967 Estudou rela es internacionais em Buenos Aires, na Argentina e ci ncia pol tica na Universidade do Alabama Diplomou se em literatura hisp nica pela Universidade de Berkeley e professor de literatura latino americana na Universidade Cornell, Nova Iorque um dos autores mais representativos da d cada de 1990 conhec


  2. says:

    the third novel from bolivian author and cornell professor edmundo paz sold n to be rendered into english, norte weaves together three disparate but not entirely unrelated narratives featuring immigrant characters from mexico and argentina two of the threads are inspired by real life individuals ngel maturino res ndiz the railroad killer and mart n ram rez a self taught schizophrenic


  3. says:

    Este libro fue recomendado por Mar a Jos Navia en nuestro ltimo club de lectura del 2017, reci n recibido el aguinaldo fue una compra segura Sold n, en cuatro historias que parecen disimiles, pero que est n conectadas con el desarraigo y el traspaso de la frontera hacia Estados Unidos buscando alguna oportunidad No, buscando una vida Michelle la encuentra intentando salvar un amor de ens


  4. says:

    Excelente novela Bonita iron a sobre el pos modernismo literario como autolog a escribir meta


  5. says:

    Dick Lit.I picked that term up from Tatiana s review of another book with North in the title, North Water She defines the term as pseudo manly books, like The North Water, which pretends to be some kind of deep, tough literature, but fails to hide that its author has an almost juvenile obsession with violence, gore and bowel movements That seems fitting here.Which isn t necessarily to say that


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I read the English translation This is a tough book, from three perspectives but one is a serial rapist murderer which caught me off guard It s well written and the stories are loosely woven togethe...


  7. says:

    Como seguidor de la literatura de la marginalidad llegu a este libro con cierta expectativa por todo lo que hab a o do de l Novela organizada en 16 cuentos, o historias, que en alg n punto cruzan sus tramas Su vinculaci n es m s bien leve, uno dir a que la justa para poder darle a este libro de cuentos el t tulo de la novela que no llega a ser En ella se cruzan las historias de un estudiante Millenn


  8. says:

    I checked Norte out from the library based entirely on the cover and book title They caught my eye and intrigued me so much that I didn t even read the synopsis before starting the story, and I m glad I went that route The first few chapters are shocking, though really noso than the rest of the book, and the story as a whole is kind of confusing right up until the end That s not to say that Edmundo Paz


  9. says:

    Wow I feel a little rinsed out from this book And almost find itdisturbing that two of the characters are based on real life people One I felt terribly sorry for and one who was truly horrifying The first chapter is harrowing and VERY graphic possibly a little to much so a continued but only quib...


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