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Primavera de Luto

3.78  ·  Rating details ·  65 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Los veintitrés cuentos que componen Primavera de luto parten de situaciones familiares protagonizadas por personajes grises, urbanos y corrientes para transformarse en historias sorprendentes que atentan contra toda lógica. En los relatos de Juan José Millás, cualquier objeto o suceso, por insignificante que parezca, puede dar pie a que lo fantástico se instale en lo cotid ...more
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Published June 28th 2002 by Suma de Letras Suma de Letras (first published 1989)
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Txe Polon
3,5. Muy interesante y sugerente recopilación de relatos en la que, sin embargo, se echa de menos una mayor variedad: todas las historias son muy similares y giran entorno a un mismo universo, lo cual da gran unidad y homogeneidad al conjunto, pero genera, al mismo tiempo, cierta sensación de repetición y merma la capacidad sorpresiva del libro.
Unicorn Carnival
Jun 07, 2013 rated it really liked it
..."en fin".
Alejandro Orradre
A través de pequeños mordiscos de realidad, Primavera de luto cuenta pequeñas historias en las que caben reglas del juego a veces extrañas, obsesiones que los protagonistas esconden de los demás y la sensación de que la vida es gris porque no nos obsesionamos lo suficiente con nuestras pequeñas manías.

Millás es un artesano del relato y este libro es otra muestra más.
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Simplemente,de lo mejor que he leído.
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Juan José Millás is a Spanish writer and winner of the 1990 Premio Nadal. He was born in Valencia and has spent most of his life in Madrid where he studied Philosophy and Literature at the Universidad Complutense.
His first novel was influenced by Julio Cortázar and consequently shows the influence of the then-prevalent literary experimentalism, as well as the uncertainty of a fledgling author. Alt
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