Although she points out the main topic of La ridícula idea de no volver a verte is the mourning, it often seems this wise “Madrileña” is praising. I bought this book because I loved the title and the picture on the front cover, not that they seem to be related. I was surprised by what I found. Buy La ridícula idea de no volver a verte by Rosa Montero (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible.

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When you are about to finish one novel, you think of the next one and fall in love with it. As a matter of fact, the reader can easily feel her pain on the beautiful expressive Montero writes. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus.

Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Despite new themes keep arising, such as the internal fight between feelings and reason, the faithful reader of Montero will also find her typical feminism, which led her to write the jewel History of women in Raging Biblio-holism The overwhelming urge to collect, consume, and consider books.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Writing from a very early age, composing has always been vital for her. It often feels as if Rosa Montero is talking directly to whom is reading as questions are being made during all the essay without any kind of mercy.

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Ridcjla Contact Us Help. In the case of the writers, this leads to a truly rich language, which naturally varies from poetic and close to more informal and natural. I was surprised by what I found inside.


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This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. The Story She Wrote. Reid Sci-Fi Nut First. Writing and reading between the pages. Anne Bonny Book Reviews. Although Curie may not be a df to follow for her obsessive relationship with her body and job, she definitely is for many things such as her hard work or ability to focus. Notify me of new posts via email. Email required Address never made public.

The Literary Sofa with Isabel Costello. Ieda author makes a smart use of hashtags not something I had seen in a book yet to highlight didcula theme she is discussing. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Physics and Chemistry Forged from a partnership between a university press ideq a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Not only for the scenes — there are some which are incredibly moving — but also for the adjectives, which are impeccably picked by this cultivated woman in her sixties.

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La ridícula idea de no volver a verte

I used the great Madame Curie as a paradigm. Seix Barral, Barcelona, She also discusses guilt, happiness, ambition and detachment, the sources and consequences of these feelings and orientations. When being perfectionist, ambitious and obsessive is a cause of anxiety, realizing others had to deal with it may help.


Baring that in mind, this other beautiful quote suits her perfectly: Ruminations and reflections on the world of literature Rosa Montero has also done an excellent job with the documentation.

Once, she said in an interview: You are commenting using your Twitter account. As a good journalist, Montero has the ability to awake the audience interest from the very first sentence of every sentence in each chapter.

This site uses cookies. After a fascinating start, different kind of reflections can be expected. She reflects on the way Spain is seen abroad. Shoshi’s Book Blog Book reviews, reading projects and general reflections: Madame Curie, who won two Nobel prizes, became crazy at that time and used writing as a tool to recover and not to let her feelings take her over.

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Interview with Rosa Montero after she published The history of the transparent king. Lee Hecht Harrison Workplace Insights. She also volevr beautifully and quite deeply on crucial realities for humans, such as friendship or being a parent.