Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ

N France Albert Camus was a fan The novel is the story of a murdererin the city of Buenos Aires Argentina El Tunel was his first novel published.

túnel mobile El túnel EpubN France Albert Camus was a fan The novel is the story of a murdererin the city of Buenos Aires Argentina El Tunel was his first novel published.

[Ebook] ➨ El túnel By Ernesto Sabato – Qqpkv1.me El Tunel was his first novel published in Spanish in 1948 and becoming a big hit in France Albert Camus was a fan The novel is the story of a murdererin the city of Buenos Aires Argentina[Ebook] El túnel By Ernesto Sabato Qqpkv1.me El Tunel was his first novel published in Spanish in 1948 and becoming a big hit i.

Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ Ernesto Sabato nació en Rojas provincia de Buenos Aires en hizo su doctorado en física y cursos de filosofía en la Universidad de La Plata trabajó en radiaciones atómicas en el Laboratorio Curie en Francia y abandonó definitivamente la ciencia en para dedicarse exclusivamente a la literatura Ha escrito varios libros de ensayo sobre el hombre en la crisis de nuestro tiempo y sobre.

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  • Glenn Russell

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubOne of the giants of Latin American literature Ernesto Sábato 1911 2011 lived most of his life in Buenos Aires Argentina and periodically committed his own manuscripts to the flames noting in one interview with wry satisfaction how fire is purifying Fortunately in addition to many essays three of his novels survive Before commenting on The Tunnel his first novel written in 1948 some observations on his other two On Heroes and T


  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubEl túnel The Tunnel Ernesto SábatoThe Tunnel is a dark psychological novel written by Argentine writer Ernesto Sabato about a deranged traditional painting techniue Juan Pablo Castel and his obsession with a woman The story's title refers to the symbol for Castel's emotional and physical isolation from society which becomes increasingly apparent as Castel proceeds to tell from his jail cell the series of events that enabled him to murder the only person capable of understanding him Marked by its existential themes The Tunnel received enthusiastic support from Albert Camus and Graham Greene following its publication in 1948تاریخ نخستین خوانش رو


  • Bill Kerwin

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubSabato’s The Tunnel 1948 resembles Camus’ The Stranger 1942 for both are spare short novels featuring murderer protagonists as first person narrators men who are profoundly alienated not only from their societies but also from any meaningful personal relationship But the two protagonists are very different from each other too Camus’ hero Meursault a shipping clerk is an unimaginative man alienated from his own emotions; Sabato’s hero Castel a well known painter experiences his emotions intensely but projects them all onto a woman the only woman—he believes—who can ever fully understand him Meursault’s alienation leads to a murder of indifference Sabato’s to a murder of obsessionThe reader watches in growing frustration and horror as Castel poisons what might have been a brief sweet dalliance with a married woman who notices something in one of his paintings he believed only he and his ideal woman could ever see


  • BlackOxford

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubJust as Opaue the Second Time RoundIn The Tunnel Ernesto Sabato has a mysogonistic puerile obsessive apparently psychopathic murderer tell the reade


  • Gaurav

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubIt was just about the stroke of dawn lilacs started to bloom the birds were singing along the orchestra was about to embark on I got up early and decided to plunge myself in books I'd a few options The Tunnel Beauty and Sadness and Reuiem A hallucination I chose The Tunnel for from excerpts of the book it occurred to be an existential tale


  • Samadrita

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubIf you want to foreground a sociopath misogynist stalker's sense of urban isolation and alienation against a woman's prolonged emotional and physical abuse at the hands of the same person and call it existentialist literature your choice Just don't expect me to appreciate it


  • Sidharth Vardhan

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubYou know I was going to review this book but then it occurred to me that I would never know if you have read my review I mean yes I do get likes but suppose people are liking them without reading them Of course why would anyone do that Two possibilities seem to suggest themselves – either they want to make a fool of me by making me keep writing reviews that no one reads or to distract me from something Of course that in itself calls for a mass conspiracy because so many people from so many countries will be liking my reviews – unless of course it is one person with many fake accounts Now that I think about it the possibility seems very real The above is how our pro


  • Parthiban Sekar

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubThe Tunnel by Sabato inspired by Dostoevsky and Kafka is not just an intriguing novel but also an important existential classic It cannot be totally denied that there are some similarities between Castel of this novel and Meursault from The Stranger but Castel is not too nihilistic in his views The heart of Castel might have been frozen but there was a drop or two of love just enough to feed the birdsSolitude i


  • Paul Bryant

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubWhat I learned from this novel is that if you look intensely and soulfully at a painting in a gallery and the artist himself happens to see you doing it and conceives the notion that you and only y


  • Steven Godin

    Paperback´ El túnel MOBI ñ túnel mobile, El túnel EpubReally wanted to nail this in one sitting but still managed it in two wow this still retains it's power to shock all these years later disturbing and even funny Sabato features possibly the most chilling ending I have come across to date Narrated by an artist in jail that being Juan Pablo Castelwho practically goes about stalking a woman named Maria after he spots her eying one of his canvases in a gallery From this moment on he forces his way into her life learning she has a blind husband and ex lovers drives him deranged with jealous envy A perverse effect of the candour in Castel's retrospective account is that it almost makes you forget he's a murderer believing this is an ordinary man just telling a story It wasn't always uncomfort


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