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Toda la historia se relata desde lo grotesco y lo oscuro. He is also considered an innovative stylist. A pesar de lo experimental en su forma de relatar, en los temas que trata, el argumento y la trama, el libro se disfruta de principio a fin.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In its physical manifestation it is a grotesquely disfigured being that has been sutured, tied, bound and wrapped from birth. Advanced Search Find a Library.
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There are so many mind-blowing details in The Obscene Bird of Night that I almost tend to forget the bad parts because they were, too. The collapse of reality is woven together through the ideological model of Chilean imbunche myth and anchored, if that concept even exists, via the Casa de ejercisios espirituales which, with its labyrinthine, impregnable passages, informs the actual formation of characters.
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Don’t have an account? Humberto meets and is employ Absolutely incredible. The narrative unspools and becomes a twisted, tangled web when the history of the casa is explored as its owner and his wife struggle to conceive a male heir as the casa’s ownership is passed down the line.
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I would also advise the reader to not read this book while eating. It starts with the basic narrative of a house of worship owned by an aristocratic family that’s seen better days, now a home of a handful of nuns and a small population of old women servants and orphans, and our deaf-mute narrator who serves as kind of a caretaker.
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