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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Mario Bellatin
  • ISBN:
    8483101424
  • ISBN13:
    978-8483101421
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Tusquets (January 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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This is the only book I have read by Bellatin. It is a novella, some passages (you could not call them chapters) are less than a page long, and so it is easily and quickly read.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. by. Mario Bellatin (Author). This is the only book I have read by Bellatin. The central character has who has been running a beauty salon has turned it into a hospice for people dying, from what appears to be some unnamed plague on the outside.

Mario Bellatin, the author of numerous short novels, was born in Mexico City in 1960. In 2000, Beauty Salon was nominated for the Médicis Prize for best novel translated into French. This is its first translation into English. In Salón de Belleza, Mario Bellatin makes skillful use of nonlinear narrative to combine the present and past of an unnamed protagonist.

Mario Bellatin grew up in Peru as the son of Peruvian parents. See if your friends have read any of Mario Bellatin's books. Mario Bellatin’s Followers (104). More follower. ario Bellatin.

Beauty, Cosmetic & Personal Care. Tu Belleza Y Salud Al Máximo. Salon de belleza Vanidad. CommunitySee All. 29 people like this. 29 people follow this.

Mario Bellatin (born July 23, 1960, Mexico City, Mexico) is a Peruvian-Mexican novelist. Mario Bellatin was born in Mexico City to Peruvian parents. Soon after Mario was born, his parents returned to Lima. He spent two years studying theology at the. He spent two years studying theology at the seminary Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo and graduated from the University of Lima. In 1987, Bellatin moved to Cuba, where he studied screenplay writing at the International Film School Latinoamericana

Mario Bellatin, Salón de belleza, 1994. Salón de Belleza, Mario Bellatin. While their books have some qualities in common - both are brief, brilliantly written, and kissed by a sense of the absurd - their different approaches hint at the range of today’s Mexican fiction.

Mario Bellatin, Salón de belleza, 1994.

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Translated from the Spanish by Kurt Hollander City Lights Books, San Francisco. The beauty salon, Mario Bellatin. p. cm. ISBN 978-0-87286-473-3 I. Title. First published in the United States of America in 2009 by City Lights Books. com City Lights Books are published at the City Lights Bookstore 261 Columbus Avenue San Francisco, CA 94133.

Reprinted by permission of City Lights Books. Continue reading the main story. We’re interested in your feedback on this page. Tell us what you think. Mario Bellatin: Novelist With an Eye and an Ear for the Unusual AUG. 9, 2009.

Una peste extrana fulmina paulatinamente a los habitantes de una gran ciudad. Rechazados por sus semejantes, algunos enfermos no tienen siquiera un lugar donde terminar sus dias. Un peluquero, que hasta entonces ha regentado con grandes esfuerzos un celebre salon de belleza, decide dar refugio a los moribundos. Aficionado a los peces exoticos que en sus acuarios decoran el salon, el peluquero acaba convirtiendo su salon en un moridero medieval. Que mal diezma a los huespedes del improvisado enfermero, carente al parecer de motivos filantropicos? Con el tiempo ya solo los peces multicolores seran testigos indiferentes de su dedicacion, cercana a la santidad verdadera. / Formerly a stylist in a beauty salon in an unnamed city, the narrator, a transvestite, has now transformed the salon into the Terminal, where people who have nowhere to die end their days. The Terminal has become a kind of hospice for dying gay men, the hair dryers and armchairs sold to buy cots and a cooker, the mirrors removed to avoid multiplying the suffering. The manager keeps exotic fish in aquariums, which he keenly observes as an allegory of what's happening in the larger world: as symptoms of the sickness become apparent on his own body, he notices a fungus growing on the angelfish that fatally infects the others. The narrator's brutal reasoning renders Bellatin's tale an unflinching allegory on death.

Dddasuk
No me gusto
Cargahibe
Haven't read it yet but the book is in perfect condition. The pages are crisp the binding is good and the book seems to be brand new.
Kesalard
Un libro increíble!!!
Thetahuginn
I was required to read this book for class and I wish I hadn't read it. Pretty depressing. About a hospice essentially. Don't read it unless you have to.
Marelyne
excelente!