3 edition of Traveler of the century found in the catalog.
Traveler of the century
|Statement||Andrés Neuman ; translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor and Lorenza Garcia|
|Contributions||Caistor, Nick, Garcia, Lorenza|
|LC Classifications||PQ6664.E478 V5213 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011047016|
"The Adventures of Ibn Battuta: A Muslim Traveler of the 14th Century" is historian Ross Dunn's account of the world of Islam in the s as based on the contemporaneous book written about the journeys of Ibn Battuta, an educated legal scholar from Tangier in Morocco whose travels extend from Sub-Saharan Africa across Northern Africa to the Middle East, Persia, Palestine, India and China. Traveler of the century, Andrés Neuman ; translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor and Lorenza Garcia. (alk. paper), Toronto Public Library.
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Traveler of the Century is like the wandering city in which the traveler finds he cannot escape, a place to get lost in.” ― Stephen Sparks, Three Percent “A book so filled with life and ideas and pleasure, a book that contemplates what it means to wake up and wander as well as what it means to settle down in repose/5(19).
traveler of the century is an exquisite, dazzling work of fiction. its author, andrés neuman, is a young argentinian writer, born inwhose relative youth is belied by a remarkably prodigious literary output.
neuman has written nearly twenty distinct works, including four novels, nine books of poetry (a tenth compiles them), four short story collections, a book of essays, and a book of aphorisms (in addition to /5().
Traveler of the Century is a deeply intellectual novel, chock-full of discussions about philosophy, history, literature, love, and translation. It is a book that looks to the past in order to have us reconsider the conflicts of our present.
Summary: Searching for an inn, the enigmatic traveler Hans stops in a small city on the border between Saxony and Prussia. The next morning, Hans meets an old organ-grinder in the market square and Traveler of the century book finds himself enmeshed in an intense debate-on identity and what it is that defines us-from which he cannot break free.
Andrés Neman’s Traveler of the Century is a novel in five parts, and at least as many genres. There are elements of a historical novel, an epistolary novel, and a novel of.
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In the end, and despite (or because of) its European obsessions, Traveller of the Century belongs in the quintessentially Latin American genre of the "total novel": the all-encompassing narrative.
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Most of the book is about the history and culture of the 14th century Muslim world. Which would be fine—if the title indicated just that.
But when you read this book, it’s as if the author is saying, “let me overwhelm you with all of the detailed information I know about this world and, oh by the way, every now and then I’ll throw you a Reviews: Fiction Book Review: Traveler of the Century by Andrés Neuman.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $30 (p) ISBN From the Argentina-born Neuman, winner of Spain’s coveted Alfaguara and. Argentinean-born author Andrés Neuman has been racking up accolades in his adopted Spain since the tender age of 22, and “Traveler of the Century,” the.
Synopsis The winner of Spain's prestigious Alfaguara Prize and the National Critics Prize, Traveler of the Century marks the English-language debut of Andres Neuman, a writer described by Roberto Bolano as being "touched by grace."Brand: HighBridge.
The Adventures of Ibn Battuta: A Muslim Traveler of the Fourteenth Century - Ross E. Dunn - Google Books Known as the greatest traveler of premodern times, Abu Abdallah ibn 3/5(7). "So Traveler of the Century is not really a Victorian triple-decker and not really a modernist allegory in the vein of Mann or Kafka.
It is simply an elaborate exploration of the erotics of intellectual discourse -- and should therefore probably be classified as the kind of long novel that has no business being so long.". "Traveler of the Century" is set in an imaginary Prussian city named Wandernburg, where streets and squares, as some characters occasionally note, appear uncannily to change : Roberto Ignacio Díaz.
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The drama, though, begins simply enough. Traveler of the Century 作者: Andrés Neuman 出版社: Farrar, Straus and Giroux 副标题: A Novel 译者: Lorenza Garcia 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Travel guides are designed to deliver helpful information about faraway places, but this one gets to the heart of a different time zone.” –The Washington Post “Chock-full of surprises, this is exceptional social history, compellingly told; there should be ‘travel books’ like this for every century.Such is the case with Spanish-Argentinian writer Andrés Neuman's "Traveler of the Century" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, pages, $30), which transcends its many flaws by conjuring a world that.