La muerte nuestra de cada vida

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CBH Books, 2009 - Fiction - 93 pages
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The biting stories in this collection confront us, mortals, with the greatest fear of humans: Death. In these stories there are dead people that talk, people alive that fall silent and reflections about existential problems of humans in their journey through life. There is no escape from death, and no missed deadlines: love seems to be the only way to prevail.
 

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Qué puedo decir: ¡¡¡GENIAL!!! Un libro que revive a los muertos que viven entre nosotros.

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Estos cuentos exploran con ironía y humor la frontera entre la vida y la muerte. Para los personajes de este libro, muchos de ellos muertos, la muerte es separación, fin, continuación, reencaarnación... pero, en muchos casos, la muerte, como la vida, es también un carnaval.

Contents

Prólogo
11
Una vez hace tiempo
27
El deudor
41
Los enemigos
55
El sueño
69
Anagnórisis
83
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About the author (2009)

Yanitzia Canetti was born in La Habana. While studying Journalism, she used to go to the cemetery to reflect upon the fragility of existence and to write these stories. Then she moved to Boston, where she has published more than 100 books, as if she knew that time will not be enough to express her passion for life, and her fascination for death. Al otro lado (Seix Barral, 1998) and Novelita rosa (CBH Books 2008).

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