Anatomía de un instante (The Anatomy of a Moment: Thirty-Five Minutes in History and Imagination)

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Un relato vibrante, tenso y pormenorizado que empieza leyéndose como una novela policíaca y acaba leyéndose como una novela de terror.

«Este libro es un ensayo en forma de crónica o una crónica en forma de ensayo. Este libro no es una ficción. Este libro es la anatomía de un instante: el instante en que Adolfo Suárez permaneció sentado en la tarde del 23 de febrero de 1981, mientras las balas de los golpistas zumbaban a su alrededor en el hemiciclo del Congreso de los ...

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Overview

Un relato vibrante, tenso y pormenorizado que empieza leyéndose como una novela policíaca y acaba leyéndose como una novela de terror.

«Este libro es un ensayo en forma de crónica o una crónica en forma de ensayo. Este libro no es una ficción. Este libro es la anatomía de un instante: el instante en que Adolfo Suárez permaneció sentado en la tarde del 23 de febrero de 1981, mientras las balas de los golpistas zumbaban a su alrededor en el hemiciclo del Congreso de los Diputados y todos los demás parlamentarios -todos menos dos: el general Gutiérrez Mellado y Santiago Carrillo- buscaban refugio bajo sus escaños. Este libro es la crónica de ese gesto y la crónica de un golpe de estado y la crónica de unos años decisivos en la historia de España. Este libro es un libro inclasificable. Un libro único.» Javier Cercas

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788439722137
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 4/30/2009
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 463
  • Sales rank: 1,440,859
  • Product dimensions: 5.70 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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Javier Cercas (Ibahernando, 1962) es profesor de literatura española en la Universidad de Gerona. Ha publicado seis novelas: El móvil, El inquilino, El vientre de la ballena, Soldados de Salamina, La velocidad de la luz y Anatomía de un instante. Su obra consta también de un ensayo, La obra literaria de Gonzalo Suárez, y de tres volúmenes de carácter misceláneo: Una buena temporada, Relatos reales y La verdad de Agamenón. Sus libros han sido traducidos a más de treinta idiomas y han recibido numerosos premios nacionales e internacionales, dos de ellos al conjunto de su obra: el Premio Internazionale del Salone del Libro di Torino, en Italia, y el Prix Ulysse en Francia.

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