6 edition of José Donoso"s house of fiction found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-194) and index.
|Statement||Flora González Mandri.|
|Series||Latin American literature and culture series, Latin American literature and culture.|
|LC Classifications||PQ8097.D617 Z63 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||94036956|
After The Bird, Donoso continued to turn out novels, including Country House (Casa de campo, ) and The Garden Next Door (El jardín de al lado, ) and shorter pieces of fiction, such as Three Bourgeois Novelettes (Tres novelitas burguesas, ) and the erotic novel The Mysterious Disappearance of the Marquise of Loria (La misteriosa desaparición de la Marquesita de Loria, ). The best books on Chile: The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende, A Nation of Enemies by Pamela Constable and Arturo Valenzuela, and José Donoso’s Curfew.
GENRE: Fiction. MAJOR WORKS: Summertime and Other Stories () Coronation () Hell Has No Limits () The Obscene Bird of Night () A House in the Country () Overview. José Donoso is the most prominent Chilean novelist of the twentieth century and one of a select group of Latin American writers who achieved international. The Garden Next Door: A Novel by José Donoso Ghost Train Through The Andes by Michael Jacobs Hard Rain by Ariel Dorfman Hell Has No Limits by José Donoso A House in the Country by José Donoso House of Mist: A Novel by María Luisa Bombal I Explain a Few Things: Selected Poems by Pablo Neruda I Lived on Butterfly Hill by Marjorie Agosín.
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: José Donoso's House of Fiction: A Dramatic Construction of Time and Place (Latin American Literature Series) (): Mandri, Flora Gonzalez: Books. Gonzalez Mandri focuses on Donoso's novels and novellas fr om the s through today, including Coronation (), A House in the Country (), The Garden Next Door (), and "Taratuta" ().
She concentrates particularly on questions of space and perspective within the theatrical-novelistic world he creates, considering the "house" in Donoso's fiction-the family home, brothel, convent, or.
Jose Donoso's House of Fiction by Flora Gonzalez Mandri,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Flora Gonzalez Mandri. José Donoso's house of fiction: a dramatic construction of time and place. [Flora María González Mandri] -- In this critical volume Flora Gonzalez Mandri provides a comprehensive reading of the narrative works of Jose Donoso, Chile's most prominent novelist.
A critique of the Chilean novelist's A House in the country,studying particularly its representation of the many-faceted concept of `authority'. It has a day that is a year, a library of books representing all of the world's knowledge in which all of the books are covers, entirely blank inside.
This is a novel about the history of Chile, about dictatorship, oppression, the struggle between the ruling class and the peasants, of foriegn intervention, of deceit, lies, racism and death/5(41).
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Throughout his literary career Chilean novelist José Donoso has commented on the art of the fiction writer as the ability to create an appropriate literary disguise (voice) to serve as intermediary between the writer and his public. González Mandri contends that Donoso's talent is to be found not so much in the specific disguise chosen but in his ability to continually transform his mask.
José Donoso has 60 books on Goodreads with ratings. José Donoso’s most popular book is The Obscene Bird of Night. From “The Review of Contemporary Fiction,” SummerVol. The following conversation with Jose Donoso was held at the writer’s house in Santiago in November ofwhen the Chilean spring was blossoming in the gardens of the barrio alto and in the political arena of the whole country.
It was conducted in English and it has been slightly edited for inclusion in this issue. In the novel Casa de campo (; A House in the Country), which Donoso considered his best work, he examines in a Surrealist style the breakdown of social order in postcolonial Latin America.
Donoso returned to live in Chile in This is a nightmarish, surreal, deep complex and interwoven novel written by Chilean author Donoso in The story(?) takes place in The Chimba region of Chile in, I think in the s as telephones, Rolling Stones and Che Guevara are mentioned, though there really are very few references to time - giving it a very Gothic s: Buy A House in the Country First American Edition by Donoso, Jose (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. Noted for its complexity and pessimism, darkly surreal fantasy, and telling social satire, Donoso's multilayered fiction is among the most distinguished to emerge in post–World War II Latin America.
He often detailed aristocratic decadence and the lonely worlds. The atmosphere of decrepitude in his great aunts' house was to feature prominently in Donoso's fiction. In the late s the family moved back to their earlier home, and soon thereafter Donoso's.
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Jose Donoso, one of Chile's best-known authors, whose novels and short stories used dark surrealism and social satire to explore the haunted .