mega El Perro De Koudelka texto Narrativa en bolsillo
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May 26, 2019

mega El Perro De Koudelka texto Narrativa en bolsillo

Autor: Julio Trujillo

Páginas: 254

Año Edición: 2009

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Archivo: El+Perro+De+Koudelka.pdf

mega El Perro De Koudelka texto Narrativa en bolsillo An animal temperament dominates the poetry of Julio Trujillo. Something urgent and overflowing coexists with a satisfied form of meekness, with the elementality of a look always ready to enjoy. Their movements may be those of a lad in the lurking, after the astonishment of a little-and then they are cadenciosos and enveloping-, or, at the right moment, they can surprise us with their dynamism and boldness, and arrive at the brutality. If even his distension is that of a beast stretched out to the sun, stretching itself! And it is not only that his poems have been allowed to invade the zoo (by insects and birds, by afternoons of cetacean, by the cows of Ted Hugues and by the dog in the snow that gives title to the book), but That look at animals very soon transforms, as in the famous poem of Rilke, and as in more than a story of Cortázar, in the shuddering of looking at itself through the eyes of the animals. The poetry of Julio Trujillo knows how to maintain a great rhythmic force, an esdrújulo and campy spirit that arises and feeds of the confidence in itself. There is in it an abundance of loveliness, a certain haughtiness, but thanks to a concession to awkwardness and doubt, thanks to the constant rejection of abstraction, these attributes do not act against it or invade the terrain of swallowing, perhaps the border of more Risk for this type of versification. In times of great cynicism and imposture, a book built around the word "I am" might seem strange. But it is precisely in that bet, in the constant harassment of himself, in the naturalness of his tone and the frankness of his intention, that the reader will find the greatest felicidades.An animal temperament dominates the poetry of Julio Trujillo. Something urgent and overflowing coexists with a satisfied form of meekness, with the elementality of a look always ready to enjoy. Their movements may be those of a lad in the lurking, after the astonishment of a little-and then they are cadenciosos and enveloping-, or, at the right moment, they can surprise us with their dynamism and boldness, and arrive at the brutality . If even his distension is that of a beast stretched out to the sun, stretching itself! And it is not only that his poems have been allowed to invade the zoo (by insects and birds, by afternoons of cetacean, by the cows of Ted Hugues and by the dog in the snow that gives title to the book), but That look In the shuddering of looking at itself through the eyes of the animals, in the shuddering of the eyes of the animals, in the very poem of Rilke, and in more than a story of Cortázar. The poetry of Julio Trujillo knows how to maintain a great rhythmic force, an esdrújulo and campy spirit that arises and feeds of the confidence in itself. There is in it an abundance of loveliness, a certain haughtiness, but thanks to a concession to awkwardness and doubt, thanks to the constant rejection of abstraction, these attributes do not act against it or invade the terrain of swallowing, perhaps the border of more Risk for this type of versification. In times of great cynicism and imposture, the book built around the word "I am" might seem strange. But it is precisely in that bet, in the constant harassment of himself, in the naturalness of his tone and the frankness of his intention, that the reader will find the greatest happiness. El Perro De Koudelka esta escrito por el autor JULIO TRUJILLO, Registrate ahora para tener acceso a miles de libros disponibles para su descarga gratuita. El libro esta disponible en PDF, epub, audiolibro y muchos mas formatos. El registro es gratuito.