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Cicatrices review Ì 3 Juan José Saer é 3 read & download free download Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB é Juan José Saer Luis Fiore obrero metalurgico asesina a su mujer en la noche de un 1B de mayo El episodio sirve de base a las cuatro histori I was really taken with the style of four first person stories that have something sometimes very very little to do with a murder The structure and style of this novel is pretty stunning and illuminates how life changing events in one person or family s life can be just a blip on the screen a story of a lousy afternoon for other people But oh the misognyny I almost abandoned the book after the first fifty pages because of the misogyny Sure it was written forty years ago but whoa Intense The women in the book are shrill or silent the men are all awful and violence and or cruel toward the women And generally I m a fan of awful characters but the way the awfulness played out with harm directed at the women was not awesome

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Cicatrices review Ì 3 Juan José Saer é 3 read & download free download Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB é Juan José Saer As ue integran esta novela de Juan Jose Saer publicada originalmente en 1969 Una interrogacion sobre el funcionamiento del m Juan Jos Saer was an Argentine author who turned expatriate when he moved to France in 1968 due the worsening political climate at the time in Argentina He lived in France until his death in 2005 Despite not actually living in Argentina for the majority of his life he is considered at least according to his Wikipedia profile so this could be complete bullshit to be one of the most important Argentine novelists of the last fifty years And despite being one of the most important Argentine novelists of the last fifty years I had never really heard of him until I came across this book used bought on the strength of catalog of Open Letter the publisher Unlike the other Argentine author that I had never heard of until I recently read them Juan Filloy there is information in English available on Saer and there are of his works available in translation as well This appears in great part to be due to the efforts of Open LetterWhile nowhere near as good as him Saer s work does remind me a bit mostly in tone of Roberto Bola o s stuff Scars is considerably simplistic in structure or theme than any of the major Bola o stuff and yet it did remind me a bit of him It doesn t really sound like it because I ve watered it down so much but I do in fact mean that as a compliment If for no other reason Bola o is badass so even the passing mention is high praise from meThis is a slight work exploring the murder committed by a thirty nine year old laborer who shot his wife in the face with a shotgun twice The majority of the book there are four sections are spent in the first three sections and focus on three different narrators whose lives are ever so briefly touched by the crime And I do mean briefly the first section is 80 pages long and has maybe 7 or 8 of those dedicated to the crime And even though the second section is narrated by a former friend of the murdered it manages to concern itself even less with it It s an interesting way of telling a story one that I like I might add in allowing a narrative to basically exist in the margins of the text The book is a time and place novel than a crime novelThe four sections are each titled with a span of months each section narrowing its focus a bit and covering a slightly smaller span until the final section of the book only covers one month and even then only one single day of that month Again it s effective and interestingThe single biggest strength of the book is the four distinct narrator utilized by Saer Each is uniue in voice but all possess a monomaniacal view of the world that is both stifling and claustrophobic for the reader That s not to say this is a work of suspense or a thriller by any means just that Saer manages to cram the reader into a box with the narrators but the box is only big enough for one and the reader is the odd person outI thought this was strong but not spectacular It s recommended but I wouldn t run off to Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star really heard of him until I came across this book used bought on the strength of catalog of Open Letter the publisher Unlike the other Argentine author that I had never heard of until I Souls in the Great Machine recently Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 read them Juan Filloy there is information in English available on Saer and there are of his works available in translation as well This appears in great part to be due to the efforts of Open LetterWhile nowhere near as good as him Saer s work does THE WALLPAPER CHASE remind me a bit mostly in tone of Roberto Bola o s stuff Scars is considerably simplistic in structure or theme than any of the major Bola o stuff and yet it did SpongeBob Mix Match remind me a bit of him It doesn t Rules of the Knife Fight really sound like it because I ve watered it down so much but I do in fact mean that as a compliment If for no other Know What I Saw? reason Bola o is badass so even the passing mention is high praise from meThis is a slight work exploring the murder committed by a thirty nine year old laborer who shot his wife in the face with a shotgun twice The majority of the book there are four sections are spent in the first three sections and focus on three different narrators whose lives are ever so briefly touched by the crime And I do mean briefly the first section is 80 pages long and has maybe 7 or 8 of those dedicated to the crime And even though the second section is narrated by a former friend of the murdered it manages to concern itself even less with it It s an interesting way of telling a story one that I like I might add in allowing a narrative to basically exist in the margins of the text The book is a time and place novel than a crime novelThe four sections are each titled with a span of months each section narrowing its focus a bit and covering a slightly smaller span until the final section of the book only covers one month and even then only one single day of that month Again it s effective and interestingThe single biggest strength of the book is the four distinct narrator utilized by Saer Each is uniue in voice but all possess a monomaniacal view of the world that is both stifling and claustrophobic for the The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections reader That s not to say this is a work of suspense or a thriller by any means just that Saer manages to cram the Gunnin' For Love reader into a box with the narrators but the box is only big enough for one and the MIA Hunter reader is the odd person outI thought this was strong but not spectacular It s Overlords of Atlantis and the Great Pyramid recommended but I wouldn t Magic and Mayhem run off to

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Cicatrices review Ì 3 Juan José Saer é 3 read & download free download Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB é Juan José Saer Undo sobre el conflicto entre el caos y el orden sobre la posibilidad del conocimiento y la irrision de la experiencia human A rewrite of The Stranger but since this is Latin America instead of an Arab he shoots a woman It also wants to interact with the Philip Marlowe books The Gambler The Picture of Dorian Gray and perhaps Robbe Grillet though with none of them as interestingly as the main Camus treatment In fact the book never recovers from its sub Robbe Grillet section the judge s narrative The performance lacks an understanding of Robbe Grillet s principles a major one of which is that building the text in that style is not a telling performance of an individual subjectivity but an authentic rendering of the general experience of existence and perception By using it to inform us of the judge s disposition Saer make the techniue trite And then the reader is bored but importantly the reader begins to reject the text s form as false Also there seems to be some of that old shit in which homosexuals can be explained by their relationships with their mothersThose reservations aside there are a number of clever and sophisticated formal tricks to be admired here


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    Cicatrices Free E–pub Juan José Saer é 3 read & download review Cicatrices DISCLAIMER I am the publisher of the book and thus spent approximately two years reading and editing and working on it So take my review with a grain of salt or the understanding that I am deeply invested in this text and know it uite well Also I would really appreciate it if you would purchase this book since it would benefit Open Letter directlyAll Saer books are worth reading but holy shit SCARS is something specia

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    review Cicatrices Juan José Saer é 3 read & download Cicatrices Free E–pub I realized that when someone throws himself through a window and falls to the ground from the third floor he doesn't break anything at the moment of impact with the glass or with the pavement nothing because he's already been broken to pieces and all he's doing is tossing out an empty shell The guy had hollowed himself out to the

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    free download Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB é Juan José Saer Juan José Saer é 3 read & download Cicatrices Free E–pub The whole idea is very well presented the episodes are brought in like parts of a movie they can be read separately and still makse sense But it was disgustingly perverted at timesWhen I read this in 2014 I thought it was inappropiate in some parts but that it had a cinematic like structure where each part could be read on its own Now I st

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    Cicatrices Free E–pub Juan José Saer’s Scars opens and closes with the murder of a woman referred to only as La Gringa on May Day of an unknown year We know that her death was intentionally caused by her husband but what we don’t know is why Told by the way of four uniuely different stories featuring characters that overlap from one tale to the next the novel doesn’t attempt to wrap things up in a nice neat bow for the reader Oh no

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    Cicatrices Free E–pub A rewrite of The Stranger but since this is Latin America instead of an Arab he shoots a woman It also wants to interact with the Philip Marlowe books The Gambler The Picture of Dorian Gray and perhaps Robbe Grillet though with none of them as interestingly as the main Camus treatment In fact the book never recovers from its sub Robbe Grill

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    Cicatrices Free E–pub free download Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB é Juan José Saer The book Scars is about a crime committed by Luis Fior Luis went duck hunting with his wife daughter and a bottle of gin and ends up killing his wife by shooting her twice in the face There are four narratives by four characters that explores a period of time when each of them is altered by a singular eventThe writing style in th

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  • Paperback
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  • Cicatrices
  • Juan José Saer
  • Spanish
  • 26 June 2020
  • 9789507311017