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Mario Levrero – The Luminous Novel

Mario Levrero The Luminous Novel recensie en informatie Uruguayaanse roman uit 2005.  Op 3 augustus 2021 bij Uitgeverij And Other Stories de Engelse vertaling van de roman La novela luminosa van de Uruguayaanse schrijver Mario Lebrero. Op dit moment is deze roman niet in Nederlandse vertaling verkrijgbaar.

Mario Levrero The Luminous Novel recensie en informatie

Als de redactie het boek gelezen heeft, kun je op deze pagina de recensie en waardering vinden van de roman The Luminous Novel, Het boek is geschreven door Mario Levrero. Daarnaast zijn hier gegevens van de uitgave en bestelmogelijkheden opgenomen. Bovendien kun je op deze pagina informatie lezen over de inhoud van de roman uit 2005 van de Uruguayaanse-schrijver Mario Levrero.

Mario Levrero The Luminous Novel Roman uit Uruguay

The Luminous Novel

  • Schrijver: Mario Levrero (Uruguay)
  • Soort boek: Uruguayaanse roman
  • Origineel: La novela luminosa (2005)
  • Engelse vertaling: Annie McDermott
  • Uitgever: And Other Stories
  • Verschijnt: 3 augustus 2021
  • Omvang: 431 pagina’s
  • Uitgave: Paperback

Flaptekst van de roman van de Uruguayaanse schrijver Mario Levrero

‘Perhaps the luminous novel is this thing that I started writing today, just now. Maybe these sheets of paper are a warm-up exercise. […] But it’s quite possible that if I go on writing – as I usually do – with no plan, although this time I know very well what I want to say, things will start to take shape, to come together. I can feel the familiar taste of a literary adventure in my throat. I’ll take that as confirmation, then, and start describing what I think was the beginning of my spiritual awakening – though nobody should expect religious sermons at this point; they’ll come later. It all began with some ruminations prompted by a dog.’

A writer attempts to complete the novel for which he has been awarded a big fat Guggenheim grant, though for a long time he succeeds mainly in procrastinating – getting an electrician to rewire his living room so he can reposition his computer, buying an armchair, or rather, two: ‘In one, you can’t possibly read: it’s uncomfortable and your back ends up crooked and sore. In the other, you can’t possibly relax: the hard backrest means you have to sit up straight and pay attention, which makes it ideal if you want to read.’

Insomniacs, romantics, and anyone who’s ever written (or failed to write) will fall in love with this compelling masterpiece told by a true original, with all his infuriating faults, charming wit, and intriguing musings.

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