Diario de Andrés Fava [NOOK Book]

Overview

Andrés Fava es uno de los protagonistas de El examen, obra escrita por Julio Cortázar en 1950 y publicada póstumamente en 1986. Diario de Andrés Fava formaba parte de esa novela, pero luego su autor decidió excluirlo, conservándolo para ser publicado más adelante. Esta obra inédita de Cortázar anticipa algunos de sus trabajos de madurez -como el cuento "Continuidad de los parques"- y es rica en elementos autobiográficos y en reflexiones expuestas con humor y melancolía acerca de las cuestiones que lo preocuparon ...
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Diario de Andrés Fava

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Overview

Andrés Fava es uno de los protagonistas de El examen, obra escrita por Julio Cortázar en 1950 y publicada póstumamente en 1986. Diario de Andrés Fava formaba parte de esa novela, pero luego su autor decidió excluirlo, conservándolo para ser publicado más adelante. Esta obra inédita de Cortázar anticipa algunos de sus trabajos de madurez -como el cuento "Continuidad de los parques"- y es rica en elementos autobiográficos y en reflexiones expuestas con humor y melancolía acerca de las cuestiones que lo preocuparon toda su vida.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788415682059
  • Publisher: Leer-e
  • Publication date: 9/25/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Leer-E
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 841 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    This is...

    The best ever. Literally. Keep writing NOW! NOW NOW NOW!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Reveiw

    Its okay but it lacks the details to get 5 stars. -tough critic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Continue

    Can you make it seem like you didn't rush while you typed though? Nice background, but it just needs more... detail.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Continue!

    Pleade!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    More!!!

    More more mor more more more more more more more more more more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Orphan -Chapter 1 [Erot<_>ica]

    Audrey sobbed, her head resting against the window in the back seat of a taxi. A forest fire had killed her parents, her dog, her home, and everthing she had ever loved. Now, she was being taken to Baily Street Orphanage. Though she had put up a huge fight, her new legal guardian [her uncle] refused to keep her. The taxi skidded to a halt infront of a large, brick building. "See ya. That'll be $15 please," Audrey handed him the twenty dollar bill that her uncle had provided her with,"Keep the change," she told him, slamming the door shut. She opened the taxi trunk, and retrieved the few things she had scavanged from the ruins of her house, an old suitcase, a tattered yellow shirt, and a wool blanket. She walked up the front steps, ringing the doorbell,"Come in!" A sweet voice called from inside. Audrey opened the door to see a smiling old women, and a handsome boy, about her age by the looks of it,"I'm Ms. Simmons," said the old woman,"And this is Danny. He will show you around. Welcome to Baily Street Orphanage," Audrey nodded, looking up at Danny,"Follow me!" He said with a smile, leading her upstairs,"You must be Audrey," he held out a hand as they walked. She nodded,"I'm Audrey." Danny smiled,"We've all been awaiting your arrival," he flashed a strange grin. Audrey shrugged as he led her into a bedroom. Quickly, he shut and locked the door behind him. Audrey narrowed her eyes,"What was that for?" "So no one will hear your screams," Danny hissed, pinning her onto the bed. Audrey struggled, but Danny slapped her,"Move and your dead," he snarled, slipping off his shirt, pants and boxers,"You like what you see?" Audrey screamed."It's okay," Danny said sweetly, stroking her clothed bo<_>ob,"The walls are sound proof!" As quick as lightning, Danny had stripped her shirt and br<_>a. Next, he slipped of her pants, followed by her panties. He smiled mischeviously, flipping her over. Audrey screamed, but Danny had already inserted his di<_>ck in her opening. BY: Chorus [Nest res for more!]

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