Complete Stories, The

Complete Stories, The

O'Connor, Flannery

$475.00 MXN
Farrar, Straus and Giroux

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Otros libros del autor

  • Wise blood
    O'Connor, Flannery
    Wise Blood, Flannery O'Connor's astonishing and haunting first novel, is a classic of twentieth-century literature. It is the story of Hazel Motes, a twenty-two-year-old caught in an unending struggle against his inborn, desperate fate. He falls under the spell of a "blind" street preacher named Asa Hawks and his degenerate fifteen-year-old daughter, Sabbath Lily. In an ironic,...

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  • Tiras cómicas
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  • Cuentos completos
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    En este volumen se reúnen todos los relatos de Flannery O'Connor, tanto los que publicó en vida como los que dejó inéditos, muchos de los cuales nunca se habían traducido al castellano. El genio lúcido, doloroso y atormentado de Flannery O'Connor alcanza sus más altas cimas en el cuento, género que cultivó ininterrumpidamente desde sus años de estudiante hasta su prematura y...

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  • Novelas
    O'Connor, Flannery
    Las dos únicas novelas de Flannery O'Connor en un solo volumen. Además de sus extraordinarios cuentos, Flannery O'Connor, unas de las escritoras fundamentales del siglo XX, publicó también dos novelas excelentes, ahora reunidas, por primera vez en castellano, en este volumen. Sangre sabia, publicada en 1952, cuenta la historia de Hazel Motes quien, tras servir en el ejército...

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  • Buena gente del campo, La
    O'connor, Flannery
    Flannery O?Connor fue una de las mejores escritoras de relatos de la literatura norteamericana del siglo XX y la crítica considera este relato, aparecido en la revista Harper?s Bazaar en 1955, como el más autobiográfico de la autora sureña. En una zona rural de Georgia, la señora Hopewell dirige su granja con la ayuda del señor y la señora Freeman. La hija de la señora Hopewell...

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  • Everything that Rises Must Converge
    O'Connor, Flannery

    $376.00 MXN

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