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Juan goytisolo - Telon de boca.
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Spanish poetry | Release year 2004 | 2 Cd | 224 mb | Covers | Total time 1:02:00 - 50'40

Juan Goytisolo (born 1931 in Barcelona) is a Spanish poet and novelist. He currently lives in a voluntary self-exile in Marrakech.

Juan Goytisolo was born to an aristocratic family; two of his brothers Jos Agustn and Luis are also well known writers. His father was imprisoned by the Republican government during the Spanish Civil War while his mother was killed in the first Francoist air raid in 1938.

After law studies, he published his first novel, The Young Assassins, in 1954. His deep opposition to Generalissimo Francisco Franco led him into exile in Paris in 1956, where he worked as a reader for Gallimard. In the early 1960s, he was a friend of Guy Debord. Breaking with the realism of his earlier novels, he published Marks of Identity (1966), Count Julian (1970) and Juan the Landless (1975). Like all his works, they were banned in Spain until after Franco's death.

Juan Goytisolo was married to the publisher, novelist and screenwriter Monique Lange, a cousin of novelist Marcel Proust, Emmanuel Berl, and the philosopher Henri Bergson. Monique Lange died in 1996. After her death, he is noted as saying their once shared Paris apartment had become like a tomb. In 1997 he moved to Marrakech, in part due to the Arab culture's acceptance of his homosexuality.[2]

Count Julian (1970, 1971, 1974) takes up, in an act of outspoken defiance, the side of Julian, count of Ceuta, a man traditionally castigated as the ultimate traitor in Spanish history. In Goytisolo's own words, he imagines "the destruction of Spanish mythology, its Catholicism and nationalism, in a literary attack on traditional Spain." He identifies himself "with the great traitor who opened the door to Arab invasion." The narrator in this novel, an exile in North Africa, rages against his beloved Spain, forming an obsessive identification with the fabled Count Julian, dreaming that, in a future invasion, the ethos and myths central to Hispanic identity will be totally destroyed.

01 titulo
02 capitulo i
03 comparaba su vida
04 su vitalidad desbordante
05 cuando observaba a los ni¤os
06 era su vida una cadena de errores
07 capitulo ii
08 en sus primeras vacaciones
09 a veces se colaba
10 capitulo iii
11 el libro de su vida

01 no se cansaba
02 avanzaba con un gran machete
03 miriadas de personas
04 capitulo iv
05 cuando animales hircinos
06 la historia es el reino de la mentira
07 capitulo v
08 no duernas antes de tiempo
09 creditos



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