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Wüste Meere erzählt Geschichten über die Leerräume des Wassers; einige tauchen an seinen Ufern auf, andere in seinen enormen Weiten und alle konfrontieren den Menschen mit seiner erstuanlichen Natur.
Das Meer ist das schmucklose Szenario eines moralischen Treibens, welches das Abenteuer der conditio humanis, das Ausgeliefertsein an seine Stürme, seine Brüderlichkeit und sei
Hardcover, 165 pages
Published 2006 by Eichborn (first published January 1st 2005)
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Jul 26, 2016 Zoli rated it liked it
After reading Dominguez Paper House I was really excited about his other work because I thought Paper House to be such an extraordinary and beautiful novel. So far, his other work didn't meet my expectations though, unfortunately. This collection of short stories has some great moments but also weaker stories as well. Overall, I'd say it is ok, but it isn't nearly as good as Paper House is.
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Carlos María Domínguez was born in Buenos Aires in 1955 and has lived in Montevideo, Uruguay since 1989.

He is the author of Mares Baldíos, a collection of short stories, as well as five novels, including La Mujer Hablada, which won the Bartolomé Hidalgo Prize, Tres Muescas en mi Carabina, which won the Juan Carlos Onetti Prize, and The Paper House, which won the Premio de la Fundación Lolita Rubi
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