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Tras el éxito de El contador de historias, Rabih Alameddine vuelve a triunfar con esta magnífica novela titulada La mujer de papel, que desde las primeras páginas nos traslada a un viejo apartamento de Beirut. Ahí encontraremos a Aaliya, una mujer de unos setenta años, con el pelo teñido de azul y una historia que contar
La señora habla de su vida, pero qué vida.. Años y años dedicados a leer los mejores libros y a traducirlos, mientras en las calles de Beirut caían las bombas y...
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La mujer de papel

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Overview

Tras el éxito de El contador de historias, Rabih Alameddine vuelve a triunfar con esta magnífica novela titulada La mujer de papel, que desde las primeras páginas nos traslada a un viejo apartamento de Beirut. Ahí encontraremos a Aaliya, una mujer de unos setenta años, con el pelo teñido de azul y una historia que contar
La señora habla de su vida, pero qué vida.. Años y años dedicados a leer los mejores libros y a traducirlos, mientras en las calles de Beirut caían las bombas y retumbaban los ecos de una guerra que convirtió a muchos jóvenes pacíficos en espías y matones, obligando a una mujer sola a dormir con un rifle al lado de la cama para defenderse de los ataques imprevistos

Somos lo que leemos, dijo un sabio, y Aaliya es eso: un ser adorable, hecho de papel y sin embargo vivo, con un sentido del humor muy peculiar, que se resguarda de todo y de todos a la sombra de una vieja chaqueta de lana y de la buena literatura, buscando en los libros el amor que su familia no supo darle

Entrar en casa de Aaliya, estar ahí con ella y con sus vecinas, compartir su miedo y su valor, es una experiencia intensa que nos acerca a las mujeres que hoy mismo están viviendo las revueltas de la primavera árabe, y muestra una vez más el talento de Rabih Alameddine, un autor que nos devuelve el placer de leer
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788426421135
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 5/24/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • File size: 416 KB

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