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Jojo marked it as to-read Dec 29, Email Lack of information to fill out. According to Carpentier surrealism influenced his style and helped him to see “aspects of American life he had not previously seen, in their telluric, epic, and poetic contexts.
Antonio Rubio Reyes rated it liked it Jan 20, Alejo Carpentier was director of Cuba’s National Press, which published many millions of volumes in an ambitious program, and for some years was Cuba’s ambassador to France. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want lax read.
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Andres rated it really liked it Oct 19, Although born in Switzerland, he grew up in Havana, Cuba, and strongly self-identified as Cuban throughout his life. Reasons of Stateis another notable addition to the gallery of Latin American fictional portraits of dictators.
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Armando Urquiola Cabrera marked it as to-read Mar 22, Perhaps Lw most important intellectual figure of the twentieth century, Alejo Carpentier was a novelist, a classically trained pianist and musicologist, a producer of avant-garde radio programming, and an influential theorist of politics and literature.
Jackie Mg marked colmunas as to-read May 26, The short stories “The Road to Santiago,” “Journey to the Seed,” and “Similar to Night,” present time as subjective rather than historical, and capable of remarkable personal variations. Open Preview See a Problem? He was jailed and exiled and he lived for many years in France and Venezuela but returned to Cuba after the revolution.
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Alina marked it as to-read Aug 07, Violet rated it liked it Oct 23, Perhaps Cuba’s most important intellectual figure of the twentieth century, Alejo Carpentier was a novelist, a classically trained pianist and musicologist, a producer of avant-garde radio programming, and an influential theorist of politics and Alejo Carpentier was a Cuban novelist, essayist, and musicologist, who greatly influenced Latin American literature during its “boom” period.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Galie rated it really liked it Jan 31, Imprisoned for political activity inhe escaped with the aid of Robert Desnos, a French surrealist poet, to Paris, where he joined the literary circle of surrealists Louis Aragon, Tristan Tzara, and Paul Eluard.