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  • Author:
    Juan Goytisolo
  • ISBN:
    0934184194
  • ISBN13:
    978-0934184199
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  • Publisher:
    Alembic Pr (August 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    150 pages
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    Europe
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Start by marking The Countryside of Nijar and La Chanca as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. No obstante, Juan Goytisolo no destaca sólo como autor de ficción, sino que también cultiva con maestría el género del ensayo, con obras como Contra las sagradas formas (2007) o Genet en el Raval (2009). En 2014 se le ha otorgado el Premio Cervantes de las Letras. While living in Paris, he started the most experimental side of his books.

The Countryside of Nijar, written to evade Franco's censors, relates a.La Chanca makes no such accommodation

La Chanca makes no such accommodation. Focused on the slum of the same name, this narrative harshly explores a real-life hell. Goytisolo's candid observation and vivid style make both texts exemplars of social realism, placing them among his strongest works. Paul E. Hutchison, English Dept. Pennsylvania State Univ.

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La Chanca makes no such accommodation.

SIDELIGHTS: "Juan Goytisolo is the best living Spanish novelist," wrote John Butt in the Times Literary Supplement

SIDELIGHTS: "Juan Goytisolo is the best living Spanish novelist," wrote John Butt in the Times Literary Supplement. After writing two politically oriented travelogues, Campos de Nijar (The Countryside of Nijar) and La Chanca, Goytisolo returned to fiction and the overt realism he had begun in La Resaca. Unfortunately, critics have implied that both La Isla (Island of Women) and Fin de fiesta (The Party's Over) suffer because they ultimately resembled their subject matter, a small world of intellectuals who operate in a vacuum. Goytisolo abandoned his realist style after The Party's Over.

Juan Goytisolo Gay was born on Ja.

Juan Goytisolo Gay was born on Jan. 5, 1931, in Barcelona, to Julia Gay and José María Goytisolo, a chemical company executive and an arch-conservative of Basque ancestry. Mr. Goytisolo studied law, reluctantly, at the University of Madrid and the University of Barcelona without earning a degree. He returned on occasion to Spain, the source of two political travelogues describing harsh conditions in Anadalusia: Countryside of Níjar (1960) and La Chanca (1962), the latter named after a poor neighborhood in Almería.

Níjar has been described as one of the most picturesque towns in the whole of Spain. It therefore comes highly recommended as a place to see and should be on any self respecting visitor's itinerary. The visit is made all the more pleasant thanks to the many reasonably priced bars and restaurants offering delicious local dishes. There are also affordable hostels and hotels in and around Níjar

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Tentativas de interpretación de una historia amorosa (1962). Interview with Goytisolo from the Center for Book Culture. Fernanda Eberstadt, The Anti-Orientalist, The New York Times Magazine article, April 16, 2006. Miles, Valerie (2014).

Refiguring North and South: The Grotesque of Almería in Juan Goytisolo's Campos de Níjar and La Chanca" (2011). Download with Google. Refiguring North and South: The Grotesque of Almería in Juan Goytisolo's Campos de Níjar and La Chanca" (2011).