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Trabajo de la memoria En Dark, Edgardo Cozarinsky desciende a los pasadizos del deseo y la voracidad insaciables de la juventud para componer una novela que celebra la astucia de la imaginación.

Trabajo de la memoria En Dark, Edgardo Cozarinsky desciende a los pasadizos del deseo y la voracidad insaciables de la juventud para componer una novela que celebra la astucia de la imaginación Trabajo de la memoria En Dark, Edgardo Cozarinsky desciende a los pasadizos del deseo y la voracidad insaciables de la juventud para componer una novela que celebra la astucia de la imaginación.

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Cozarinsky, born in Buenos Aires, has resided in Paris for three decades

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cozarinsky, born in Buenos Aires, has resided in Paris for three decades. In other words, he is familiar with two of the world's most cosmopolitan cities; his obvious worldliness is not only a major ingredient of the dozen short stories in this marvelously evocative collection but also their chief attraction. The Bride from Odessa, in its deceptively quiet manner, belongs on the same shelf as those other sceptical masterpieces, the novels of Joseph Roth and the memoirs of Julien Green.

The Bride from Odessa). Author: Edgardo Cozarinsky (Translated)

The Bride from Odessa). Author: Edgardo Cozarinsky (Translated). Relatively unknown until now by the public at large, Edgardo Cozarinsky is an Argentine filmmaker and writer who has resided in Paris since 1974. The Bride from Odessa (La novia de Odessa) is an excellent work from the literary point of view, combining fiction and memory in a fascinating way. The intertwined personal stories of Cozarinsky’s Jewish oral memory leads us to reflect on the meaning and truthfulness of origins and history. Lluís Agustí, Instituto Cervantes New York. ww. mericareadsspanish.

Edgardo Cozarinsky (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 1939 in Buenos Aires . Cozarinsky was born to an Argentine family of Ukrainian-Jewish descent. During the turmoil of Argentina's Dirty War, Cozarinsky left Buenos Aires for Paris, where he concentrated on his filmmaking.

Edgardo Cozarinsky (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 1939 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a writer and filmmaker. His last name comes from his grandparents, Ukrainian Jewish immigrants who arrived in Argentina from Kiev and Odessa in the late nineteenth century. He produced fiction films and "essays", mixing documentary material with personal refletions on the material.

Cuentos con temas recurrentes: el contrapunto entre identidadad nacional y personal, la ubicuidad de judíos y exiliados, de nómades y apátridas; tienen como escenario Viena, Buenos Aires, Lisboa, Budapest, Odessa y Gualeguay, Europa y América. Un libro insólito dentro de la narrativa contemporánea.El autor es escritor y cineasta. Desde 1974 reside en París. Ha publicado ensayos literarios y relatos, entre ellos "Vudú urbano" (1985).
Novia de Odessa (Memoria Argentina) (Spanish Edition) download epub
Author: Edgardo Cozarinsky
ISBN: 9500422182
Category: No category
Language: Spanish
Publisher: Emece Editores (January 2001)
Pages: 200 pages