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These Festive Nights MOBI PDF por Marie-Claire Blais 978-0887846014
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  • Título Original: These Festive Nights
  • Autor del libro: Marie-Claire Blais
  • ISBN: 978-0887846014
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:293
  • Realese fecha:1995-03-05
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These Festive Nights por Marie-Claire Blais Libro PDF, EPUB

These Festive Nights is the first volume in Marie-Claire Blai's prize-winning series (These Festive Nights, Thunder and Light, Augustino and the Choir of Destruction, and Rebecca, Born in the Maelstrom) acclaimed as one of the greatest undertakings in modern Quebec fiction. A sun-drenched paradise in the Gulf of Mexico surrounded by the glimmering blue sea; Renata is conval These Festive Nights is the first volume in Marie-Claire Blai's prize-winning series (These Festive Nights, Thunder and Light, Augustino and the Choir of Destruction, and Rebecca, Born in the Maelstrom) acclaimed as one of the greatest undertakings in modern Quebec fiction. A sun-drenched paradise in the Gulf of Mexico surrounded by the glimmering blue sea; Renata is convalescing on this island poised between two worlds: between great wealth and extreme poverty, between the past and an uncertain future, between the beauty of the world and the horrors of history. During her time here, Renata becomes tormented by thirst - for justice, for pleasure, for intoxication - while all around her, festivities are going on in join celebration of the birth of baby Vincent and the end of the twentieth century. Over the course of three days and three nights a flock of characters assembles: wealthy, poor, writers, artists facing their own mortality, children immersed in innocent games, young men dying of AIDS, refugees, the Ku Klux Klan - an entire spectrum of humanity is depicted in the grip of doubt and suffering. In this swirling, baroque fresco, Marie-Claire Blais captures the essence of our apocalyptic age, rendering it in powerfully evocative prose.