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My Struggle:

My Struggle:

Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0374534179
Pages: 512
Year: 2016-04-19
My Struggle: Book 4 finds an eighteen-year-old Karl Ove Knausgaard in a tiny fishing village in northern Norway, where he has been hired as a schoolteacher and is living on his own for the first time. When the ferocious winter takes hold, Karl Ove--in the company of the Håfjord locals, a warm and earthy group who have spent their lives working, drinking, and joking together in close quarters--confronts private demons, reels from humiliations, and is elated by small victories. We are immersed, along with Karl Ove, in this world--sometimes claustrophobic, sometimes serenely beautiful--where memories and physical obsessions burn throughout the endless Arctic winter. In Book 4, Karl Ove must weigh the realities of his new life as a writer against everything he had believed it would be.
My Struggle: Book 5

My Struggle: Book 5

Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374711178
Pages: 656
Year: 2016-04-18
The fifth installment in the eagerly awaited, internationally celebrated My Struggle series The fifth book of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s powerful My Struggle series is written with tremendous force and sincerity. As a nineteen-year-old, Karl Ove moves to Bergen and invests all of himself in his writing. But his efforts get the opposite effect—he wants it so much that he gets writer’s block. At the same time, he sees his friends, one by one, publish their debuts. He suspects that he will never get anything published. My Struggle: Book 5 is also a book about strong new friendships and a shattering love affair. Then one day Karl Ove reaches two crucial points in his life: his father dies and, shortly thereafter, he completes his first novel.
Tiene que llover

Tiene que llover

Author: Karl Ove Knausgård
Publisher: Anagrama
ISBN: 8433937960
Pages: 696
Year: 2017-05-17
De los años que captura este libro, apenas quedan unos pocos recuerdos, nos dice el autor. Y, por encima de todos, uno: el de la ignorancia, la ingenuidad, el fracaso. Y, sin embargo, en Tiene que llover un Knausgård concentrado y frontal exprime su prodigiosa capacidad evocativa para, cerrando el círculo, describir el camino por el que llegó a convertirse en el autor que conocimos con La muerte del padre, y dar vívido testimonio de los impedimentos, errores y tropiezos que contribuyeron a conformarlo. Un camino que empieza, en 1988, donde terminaría catorce años más tarde: en Bergen, con un veinteañero Karl Ove convertido en el alumno más joven de la Academia de Escritura de la ciudad, y pletórico de un entusiasmo que no tarda en abandonarle. Y es que el precoz novelista se revela inepto en todos los frentes: el social, el amoroso, el literario. Sus textos son infantiles, están hechos de clichés, y Karl Ove combate (bebiendo, saliendo de esta, enzarzándose en peleas o coqueteando con la delincuencia) la lacerante constatación de no ser un escritor en absoluto. Pese a ello, persiste: va a la universidad, envía algunos cuentos, cosecha algunos rechazos; descubre un talento inesperado para la crítica literaria. Y tras sus primeros romances frustrados, el amor: Tonje, con la que se casará, y junto a la que verá cómo, cuando ya casi no lo esperaba, se convierte en algo parecido al autor que siempre había anhelado ser. Hasta que la insatisfacción que también lo había perseguido siempre se imponga, dando un sonoro carpetazo a la época que se dibuja en este libro: un tiempo del?que emerge completa la silueta de un hombre atormentado, contradictorio e imperfecto, cada vez más próximo a emprender el autoanálisis inmisericorde que le llevará a descubrir el alcance de su vocación, tan trabajosamente conquistada. El mismo autoanálisis al que los lectores de todo el mundo han asistido, imantados, a lo largo de una saga de ambición infrecuente y escala titánica, que con Tiene que llover (veloz, libre, esencial, desnudo) entrega otro volumen inolvidable muy cerca de la culminación definitiva.?
Boyhood Island

Boyhood Island

Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard
Publisher: Harvill Secker
ISBN: 1846557224
Pages: 496
Year: 2014
âe~Rare and Ruthless... Perhaps the most significant literary enterprise of our timesâe(tm) Guardian Childhood is exhilarating and terrifying. For the young Karl Ove, new houses, classes and friends are met with manic excitement and creeping dread. Adults occupy godlike positions of power, benevolent in the case of his doting mother, tyrannical in the case of his cruel father. In the now infamously direct style of the My Struggle cycle, Knausgaard describes a time in which victories and defeats are felt keenly and every attempt at self-definition is frustrated. This is a book about family, memory and how we never become quite what we set out to be.
Panorama de la narrativa tucumana

Panorama de la narrativa tucumana

Author: Julio Ardiles Gray
Publisher: Lucio Pierola Ediciones
ISBN:
Pages: 95
Year: 2007-01-01

A Man in Love

A Man in Love

Author: Karl Ove Knausgård
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1846554691
Pages: 523
Year: 2013
'Intense and vital... Ceaselessly compelling... Superb' James Wood, New Yorker This is a book about leaving your wife and everything you know. It is about fresh starts, about love, about friendship. It is also about the earth-shattering experience of becoming a father, the mundane struggles of family life, ridiculously unsuccessful holidays, humiliating antenatal music classes, fights with quarrelsome neighbours, the emotional strains of childrens' birthday parties and pushing a pram around Stockholm when all you really want to do is write. This is a book about one man's life but, somehow, about everyone else's too. A Man in Love, the second book of six in the My Struggle cycle, sees Knausgaard write of tempestuous relationships, the trials of parenthood and an urge to create great art. His singular insight and exhilarating honesty must be read to be believed. Shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2014.
A Death in the Family

A Death in the Family

Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0099555166
Pages: 393
Year: 2013
An international phenomenon, which has been declared a masterpiece everywhere it has been published. A searingly honest, addictive and controversial read. In this utterly remarkable novel Karl Ove Knausgaard writes with painful honesty about his childhood and teenage years, his infatuation with rock music, his relationship with his loving yet almost invisible mother and his distant and unpredictable father, and his bewilderment and grief on his father's death. When Karl Ove becomes a father himself, he must balance the demands of caring for a young family with his determination to write great literature. In A Death in the Family Knausgaard has created a universal story of the struggles, great and small, that we all face in our lives. A profoundly serious, gripping and hugely readable work written as if the author's very life were at stake.
Rain Over Madrid

Rain Over Madrid

Author: Andrés Barba
Publisher:
ISBN: 8494228471
Pages: 218
Year: 2014-08-15
A collection of four novella-length stories, by an author featured in Granta's special issue on "The Best Young Spanish-Language Novelists."
August, October

August, October

Author: Andres Barba
Publisher: Hispabooks Pub
ISBN: 8494365819
Pages: 152
Year: 2015-10
A very adult novel about adolescence written in a crafted, sensual prose that resonates hauntingly in the mind.
Something to Tell You

Something to Tell You

Author: Hanif Kureishi
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416572112
Pages: 381
Year: 2009-10-20
Unwilling to admit that he has entered into middle age, successful psychoanalyst and divorced father Jamal interacts with a string of outcast friends while struggling with memories about his first love, from whom he had been separated by an unconfessed act of violence. By the author of The Buddha of Suburbia. 40,000 first printing.
Mujeres novelistas en el panorama literario del siglo XX

Mujeres novelistas en el panorama literario del siglo XX

Author: Marina Villalba Alvarez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Publisher: Univ de Castilla La Mancha
ISBN: 8484270459
Pages: 437
Year: 2000
Durante los días 5, 6 y 7 de mayo de 1998 se celebró en Toledo el 1o Congreso Internacional de Narrativa Española (en lengua castellana): Mujeres novelistas en el panorama literario del siglo XX, organizado por la UCLM. Diversos escritores e investigadores procedentes de universidades españolas, europeas y norteamericanas se dieron cita en el emblemático edificio de San Pedro Mártir, participando en los diferentes actos programados: conferencias plenarias, mesas redondas y paneles de comunicación simultáneas. Las intervenciones de Josefina R. de Aldecoa, Marina Mayoral, Cristina Fernández Cubas, Dulce Chacón, Concha Alborg, Carmen Bobes, Alicia Redondo, Ángeles Encinar y Fernando Valls, entre otros, enriquecieron enormemente este encuentro literario. La valiosa aportación de organismos oficiales y de centros e instituciones de la UCLM, hizo posible la organización de este evento.
Under This Terrible Sun

Under This Terrible Sun

Author: Carlos Busqued
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1911420798
Pages:
Year: 2016-06-13
A stoner travels to remote Argentina to identify the bodies of his murdered mother and brother. What could possibly go wrong? Cetarti spends his days in a cloud of pot smoke, watching nature documentaries on television. He is torn from his lethargy by a call informing him that his mother and brother have been murdered, and that he must identify the bodies. After making sure he has enough weed for the trip, he sets out to the remote Argentinian village of Lapachito, an ominous place where the houses are sinking deeper and deeper into the mud and a lurid, horrific sun is driving everyone crazy. When Duarte, a former military man turned dedicated criminal, ropes Cetarti into a scheme to cash in on his mother’s life insurance, events quickly spiral out of control... A riveting, thrilling, and shocking read, Under This Terrible Sun will appeal to readers of Mario Vargas Llosa and Robert Bolaño. It paints a vital portrait of a civilization in terminal decline, where the border between reality and nightmare is increasingly blurred. Carlos Busqued was born in the northern Argentinian province of Chaco in 1970. He currently lives in Buenos Aires. Under This Terrible Sun is his first novel. ‘A weird mandala of despair slowly rotating on the page’ Full Stop ‘There is a latent primal energy that courses just beneath the surface, but never actually breaks through... it's a harrowing journey’ The Indiscriminate Critic ‘Aside from the train wreck like inescapability of it all, the rubber necking that you take part in as a reader, the realization that as much as you want to you can’t look away, you can’t put down the book, you must keep turning the pages to see what happens next, even though you know it’s going to ruin you emotionally, as if you need more, a big part of what makes Under This Terrible Sun work so effectively is that Busqued refuses to let you escape the grasp of his chosen subjects for even a single second.’ Typographical Era
Multiply

Multiply

Author: Francis Chan, Mark Beuving
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 1434705862
Pages: 336
Year: 2012-11-01
Jesus gave his followers a command: “Follow me.” And a promise: “And I will equip you to find others to follow me.” We were made to make disciples. Designed for use in discipleship relationships and other focused settings, Multiply will equip you to carry out Jesus’s ministry. Each of the twenty-four sessions in the book corresponds with an online video at www.multiplymovement.com, where New York Times bestselling author David Platt joins Francis in guiding you through each part of Multiply. One plus one plus one. Every copy of Multiply is designed to do what Jesus did: make disciples who make disciples who make disciples…. Until the world knows the truth of Jesus Christ.
Narrativa

Narrativa

Author: Cintio Vitier
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 471
Year: 2002

Summer

Summer

Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473563275
Pages: 416
Year: 2018-04-30
Summer is the fourth volume of the Seasons quartet, a collection of short prose and diaries written by a father for his youngest daughter, with stunning artwork by Anselm Kiefer. Your voice woke me up around eight this morning, it sounded unusually close, since, as I discovered upon opening my eyes, you were lying in our bed. You smiled at me and began talking. I made coffee and had a smoke in the office before I ate breakfast with you, and when your mother got up, I came in here to write a new piece. In Summer, Karl Ove Knausgaard writes about long days full of sunlight, eating ice cream with his children, lawn sprinklers and ladybirds. He experiments with the beginnings of a novel and keeps a diary in which the small events of his family’s life are recorded. Against a canvas of memories, longings, and experiences of art and literature, he searches for the meaning of moments as they pass us by.