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Paperback, 137 pages
Published December 31st 2001 by Suhrkamp (first published 1914)
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Víctor Sampayo
Apr 02, 2014 Víctor Sampayo rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
En este librito, muestra del inconfundible estilo de Robert Walser, la mayor parte de las historias tienen como eje rector al teatro, ya sea como el escenario de tragedias extravagantes, como los sueños de gloria por parte de actores incipientes, o como el sitio en el que emerge una vida quizás más colorida que la real. Sin embargo, destacan también otros relatos en los que Walser retoma los retozos del poeta vagabundo, la ruptura de la cotidianidad de un pueblo común y corriente para entrar en ...more
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Qué bellos relatos, no puedo esperar a leer más de Walser...
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Robert Walser, a German-Swiss prose writer and novelist, enjoyed high repute among a select group of authors and critics in Berlin early in his career, only to become nearly forgotten by the time he committed himself to the Waldau mental clinic in Bern in January 1929. Since his death in 1956, however, Walser has been recognized as German Switzerland's leading author of the first half of the ...more
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