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El Cobrador [Rubem Fonseca] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Barcelona. 19 cm. p., 1 h. Encuadernación en tapa blanda de. Rubem Fonseca. Cuento acerca de un poeta y su relación con la sociedad de consumo. Narrrativa Brasil S. XX Posmodernismo. Consumo. Sobre la violencia . : El cobrador () by RUBEM FONSECA and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great .

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I am the publisher of the book and thus spent approximately two years reading and editing and working on it. Carmen y amig s. Club de Lectura Bib. Was not blown away. His He is an important brazilian writer novelist, short story writer and screenwriterborn in Juiz de Fora, state of Minas Gerais, but he lived for most of his life in Rio de Janeiro.

O Cobrador

La pluma y La espada. El derecho a Ser. Account of the Incident concerns an accident between a bus and a cow. Suscribirse a Entradas Atom. All in all, it turned out to be a satisfying, varied collection, mostly on the dark side with some touches of humor, some macabre, some noir, all very readable.

This is a strange little connection, with some really varied kinds of stories here– I’d like to believe that’s because it’s not an organic collection but instead a group of stories from different points in Fonseca’s career, slapped under one cover because they were all translated by the same guy.

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Maybe this is what being in Brazil is like, though? These are pretty good, solid stories that have magical elements but are also grounded in a recognizable moral universe. Sep 28, Ignatius rated it it was amazing. And btw the man is readable; I dare say the man’s prose is chuggable. Also, I would really appreciate it if you would purchase this book, since it would benefit Open Letter directly.

He is an important brazilian writer novelist, short story writer and screenwriterborn in Juiz de Fora, state of Minas Gerais, but he lived for most of his life in Rio de Janeiro. Nov 21, Carolina rated it liked it.

May 01, Eneas rated it it was amazing. With material such as this one reaches a certain point where the author is either enjoying himself, granting himself the powers to kill and rape in a fictive universe, or there is somethin Some authors show you disturbing images of murder and rape and horror with absolutely no remorse or mercy because Open Preview See a Problem?

In fact, if you I suppose it might be a bit of a cliche to write that any given book is a tour de force of its’ genre, but dammit if that doesn’t fit the bill for this one.

O Cobrador by Rubem Fonseca

Thanks for telling us about the problem. El metge, de Noah Gordon. In Angels of the Marquees a lonely man tries to help homeless derelicts with The first story is Night drive is only two pages xobrador it is complete with an interesting character, some suspense, and a dark surprise. It’s bold, it’s a bit graphic and reading the first story alone will feel like someone punched you in the gut and ran off.

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You never expect the ending Abusa dejando al lector en suspenso. No trivia or quizzes yet.

But in a good way ;o It’s an excellent introduction to Rubem Fonseca and I’m certainly looking forward to reading more. If not for “Betsy” and “The Enemy” one could easily think this guy is a serial killer armed with a pen. With material such as this one reaches a certain point where the author is rugem enjoying himself, granting himself the powers to kill and rape in a fictive universe, or there is something besides de Sade-ian pleasure at work.

It left me feeling confused, and fonssca sure about what I was reading. In Other a busy is harassed on the street by a beggar. The stories in Rubem Fonseca’s The Taker and Other Stories often have more intricate scenarios than your average Bukowski, and some of the first couple stories the stronger half of this slim collection read as genre exercises in horror.

I don’t think he’s making any radical social observations when he portrays men as willful and unfeeling and women as needy. Read most of them, not all.