Sauce ciego, mujer dormida

Sauce ciego, mujer dormida

Murakami, Haruki

$458.00 MXN

Sinopsis

Sauce ciego, mujer dormida está compuesto por veinticuatro relatos en los que el aclamado escritor japonés Haruki Murakami mezcla con calculada ambigüedad el sueño y la vigilia, introduce elementos fantásticos y oníricos, se sirve de referentes como el jazz o permite que los cuervos hablen, pero, sobre todo, crea personajes inolvidables, enfrentados al dolor o al amor, o melancólicos, vulnerables y necesitados de afecto. Murakami en estado puro.

Editorial:
Maxi Tusquets
Materia
Literatura oriental
EAN:
7503013925702
Páginas:
473
Encuadernación:
Pasta blanda
Idioma:
Castellano

Disponibilidad en Centros

  • Condesa
  • Polanco
  • Santa Fe
  • Perisur
  • Zona Rosa
  • Roma
  • San Ángel

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