El Libro de Aurora / Aurora's Book (Spanish Edition)
Mega Sale! Save 28% on the El Libro de Aurora / Aurora's Book (Spanish Edition) by Alfaguara at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. El descubrimiento de una autora a través de sus diarios, narraciones y poemas.La vida de Aurora Bernardez estuvo marcada por la literatura, la
El descubrimiento de una autora a través de sus diarios, narraciones y poemas.La vida de Aurora Bernardez estuvo marcada por la literatura, la musica y el arte, y sus recuerdos resultan fundamentals para profundizar en la época gloriosa de los sesenta y los setenta, asi como en la figura de Julio Cortazar. Pero en sus diarios, narraciones y poemas, publicados por primera vez aqui, se revela también como autora. El volumen recoge, asimismo, la entrevista que le hizo Philippe Fénelon, base de su pelicula documental sobre Cortazar.
A great discovery of an author through her diaries, her narrative, and her poems.Aurora Bernardez’ life was forever marked by literature, music and art, and her memories are key in getting to know in depth about the glorious sixties and seventies, as well as the figure that was Julio Cortazar. In her diaries, writings, and poems, published here for the first time, she makes her literary debut. This book also includes the interview that she gave to Philippe Fenelon, which was the foundation for his documentary about Cortazar.
|Item Size:||0.8 x 9.5 x 9.5 inches|
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