La lucina [E–pub/E–book]


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    La lucina [E–pub/E–book] 3 stars If I had to definitively tell someone what this book is about I'm not sure I could I could tell you the plot as I saw it but I was left with a number of uestions about what it meant how to interpret it At best I can say a few things that struck me as I was reading it When I read a book translated from Italian I always wish I had ke

  2. says: La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Antonio Moresco ´ 5 characters Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Antonio Moresco

    La lucina [E–pub/E–book] review La lucina where can i go where i won't have to see any of this slaughter this blind and relentless torsion they call life? despite over a dozen works of fiction novels and short stories essays and theater italian author antonio sco's distant light la lucina is the first of his books to appear in english translation an ethereal enigmatic tale radiating with incandescent imagery distant light is the uiet curious story of a hermetic mountain d

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    La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Antonio Moresco Oh dear this man is living alone in a deserted village and talking to the trees wondering why their roots are so gnarly and the writingtranslation is already making my skin crawl Nuh uh Bailed on page 17

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    review La lucina Antonio Moresco ´ 5 characters La lucina [E–pub/E–book] A uietly eerie story unfolding deep in the mysterious Italian mountains in an abandoned town that forms the refuge of a nameless narrator in ambiguous retreat from the outside world The pleasure here is largely tonal as the short chapters bask in their mysterious isolation and the uiet rhythms of the natural world that looks on throughout At some point the plot resolves enough that you can anticipate the end but that

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    La lucina [E–pub/E–book] review La lucina I received an ARC of this book from Archipelago BooksThis is a short yet powerful book that raises many uestions about the mental state of the main character than it answers We are led to understand from the beginning that the narrator is livin

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    review La lucina La lucina [E–pub/E–book] This was a book that I picked up on a whim from my library after recognising the publisher’s uniuely suare paperback format Archipelago Books are a non profit publisher who promote cross cultural exchange through literature and largely if not solely publish translated works Distant Light was translated from the Italia

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    Antonio Moresco ´ 5 characters Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Antonio Moresco La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Our unnamed narrator might as well be the only person alive He knows he's not – he still goes down to the nearest inhabited village to buy things to eat and other necessities and he sees planes spreading their contrails ov

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    Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Antonio Moresco La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Antonio Moresco ´ 5 characters Speechless An absolutely incredible book I'm going to read it again Now

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    La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Although lyrically written this was uite a difficult book to read

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    review La lucina La lucina [E–pub/E–book] Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Antonio Moresco Interesting study of life and death and the transition from one life to the next Most everything was predictable though there were st

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review La lucina

La lucina Free download ↠ 5 A man lives in total solitude in an abandoned mountain village But each night at the same hour a mysterious distant light appears on the far side of the valley and disturbs his isolation What is it Someone in another deserted village A forgotten street. Oh dear this man is living alone in a deserted village and talking to the trees wondering why their roots are so gnarly and the writingtranslation is already making my skin crawl Nuh uh Bailed on page 17

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La lucina Free download ↠ 5 Lamp An alien being Finally the man is driven to discover its source He finds a young boy who also lives alone in a house in the middle of the forest But who really is this child The answer at the secret heart of this novel is both uncanny and profoun. I received an ARC of this book from Archipelago BooksThis is a short yet powerful book that raises many uestions about the mental state of the main character than it answers We are led to understand from the beginning that the narrator is living alone in the mountains in what is now an abandoned village The only time he has interaction with other human beings is when he drives his car down the mountain to another small village He seems to do this only when he needs food or suppliesThe narrator spends uite a bit of time interacting with nature and even talking to the swallows the fireflies and the trees that surround him Since he lives in complete solitude without an trace of another human around he is captivated by a light he sees in the distance at the same time every night He spends a lot of time speculating what the light could be and it takes him a while to work up the courage to investigate the lightI won t fully give away what he finds when he investigates that light but I will say that it brings him into contact with another person His interaction with this person makes us uestion the narrator s mental state and what circumstances have brought him to live alone on that isolated mountain There is one sentence which one could easily miss in which he does say that at one point he was in the military but now chooses to live in complete solitude We are left to speculate if was his experience as a soldier that forced him to reject all human contactThe book has an eerie and mysterious feeling to it especially when the narrator figures out what is causing that light in the distance I would go so far as to even categorize the book as magical realism The narrator seems calm as he is relating his matter of fact existence among the foliage and animals on the mountain But there is an underlying uneasiness about him the punctuates the story and keeps us turning the pages to finds out what happens to this strange narratorThis is a very uick read one that can be finished over the course of an afternoon I would love to hear what others think about this story since there is uite a bit of symbolism in this book that would make excellent topics for discussion

Antonio Moresco ´ 5 characters

La lucina Free download ↠ 5 Dly touching Antonio Moresco's Little Prince is a moving meditation on life and the universe we inhabit Moresco reflects on the solitude and pain of existence but also on what we share with all around us living and dead From the Trade Paperback edition. Although lyrically written this was uite a difficult book to read

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