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Bar del Infierno

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Alejandro Dolina se ha convertido en uno de los escritores más leídos de América con estos relatos sobre las prisas de nuestro tiempo, sobre los dramas banales de nuestras vidas, sobre las dificultades de comunicación y, en definitiva, sobre el amor. El hombre a quien llaman en Narrador de Historias está obligado a contar un cuento cada noche, cuando el reloj da las doce. ...more
Paperback, 348 pages
Published April 28th 2005 by Grupo Editorial Planeta (first published 2005)
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Federiken Masters
Mar 09, 2010 Federiken Masters rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Lectores
Recommended to Federiken by: Ger y Esteban al regalármelo.
Tengo que chequear mi primera edición, porque tengo la sensación -que roza la certeza- de que salió antes del 2009. Uno de los más lindos regalos literarios que me han hecho. Quizás sea el más pesimista y de tono menos jocoso de los libros de Dolina, pero no por eso deja de tener las cualidades de sus libros anteriores. E incluso puede que un par más. Otro libro ideal para releer de a cachitos. De hecho, es uno de los pocos que me traje al departamento pese a haberlo leído íntegro, justamente pa ...more
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What an amazing book. Stories, mainly set in either Asia a long time ago or a certain neighborhood in Buenos Aires, that touch on topics like love, time, death and immortality, orgies, love potions, carnaval and murgas (yeah!), metaphors, war, fortune telling... so captivating, hilarious and beautiful!
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Excelente recopilacion de cuentos aparentemente inconexos pero llevan al lectos a encontrar la salida, al menos yo lo hice. Y si tiene la dedicatoria y el autografo del Autor como el mio vale mas!!!!!!!
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Urbano y filosófico, con un toque teatral. Tiene algo de freadiano y fantasmagórico, pero tampoco exageremos. Una buena opción para viajes largos o en bondi.
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Alejandro Ricardo Dolina (born May 20, 1945) is an Argentine broadcaster, who also achieved renown as a musician and a writer.

Dolina was born in Baigorrita, Buenos Aires Province, and spent his childhood years in Caseros, a middle-class suburb of Buenos Aires city, with Yugoslav (in his own words -he never referred to a particular ethnic group in the defunct country) and Italian ancestry (he has a
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