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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2005


    i am surprised more people have not written a review on this book. this book: WOW. Everyone needs to read this book. it will definitely expand your consciousness and open your world. this book is simply amazing. it will blow your mind. by the title hopscotch Cortizar is offering you the opportunity to read his novel by skipping around chapters, like from chapter 83 to 7, etc. or you can read it in the conventional style. there are traces of existentialism and what seems all doctrines under the sun. there are chapters 40 pages plus and some reduced to a few sentences in length. there is this one chapter that has two stories in it where the first line skips a line. so line one and three are together and then 2 and 4 and together so forth and so on. the novel takes you through a group of intellectuals in paris and their thoughts they have. some things are disturbing. some beautiful. some just off the wall. if you like philosophy intermixed with fiction, read this sucka! you'll like it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2000

    another world in this one (from La Maga)

    Hopscotch is the best book I`ve ever read, and I did it three times.After reading it I became La Maga, it was 4 years ago, and I tried to think in her way, and find her places in Paris, sometimes I still feel I`m her.If u love Hopscotch don`t u loose a photography book:El Paris de Rayuela, by Hector Zampaglione.

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