- Author:Juan Villoro
- Publisher:Editorial Anagrama; 1st. edition (January 2004)
- Pages:470 pages
- FB2 format1349 kb
- ePUB format1410 kb
- DJVU format1993 kb
- Formats:mobi lrf mbr rtf
In my opinion El Testigo is one book that every literature oriented student must read. It's a historic fiction book that tells certain aspects in López Velarde's life in his native Zacatecas. The narrative doesn't have many leaps of time so it's easy the follow the plot.
In my opinion El Testigo is one book that every literature oriented student must read. I enjoyed reading this book because in some ways became prophetic about the radical political change in Mexico's government.
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I’ve read many Mexican novels since then, and I know I’m not alone in placing Villoro at the very top of his profession. 2 people found this helpful.
Gonzalo Torné is an acclaimed Spanish writer from Barcelona whose book Divorce Is in the Air, which I translated, was recently published by Knopf. It is his second novel, but his first to appear into English.
Gonzalo Torné is an acclaimed Spanish writer from Barcelona whose book Divorce Is in the Air, which I translated, was recently published by Knopf. Entirely a first-person narrative, the book is nominally addressed to the Joan-Marc’s (the narrator’s) second wife, who has just left him.