Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero has ratings and reviews. Josh said: Disappointing I came into this book looking for the same. Jumma de Maqroll El Gaviero has 10 ratings and 2 reviews: 78 pages. Maqroll el Gaviero: Álvaro Mutis: alter ego, a character named Maqroll el Gaviero (“Maqroll the Lookout”).

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Published February 1st by Alfaguara first published Danielle Elliott rated it liked gavierk Feb 09, She penetrated a corner of my soul that had been kept sealed and even I didn’t know was there.

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Juan Almonacid gavoero it as to-read Sep 29, Tosin rated it liked it Apr 02, James maqrlol it liked it Feb 09, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Diana rated it it was amazing Aug 08, A compilation of seven wonderful novels that make up the saga of the great, wandering protagonist Gaviero. It took me forever to read because this is a book that requires immersion, so it’s not a book that can be picked up, read 20 pages, then set down again.

Santiago Malvido rated it liked it Aug 12, I came into this book looking for the same peach-colored richness I secretly desire whenever I inadvisedly order a fruity mixed drink at a bar; as so often happens during said fruity-drink orderings, I got about halfway through and realized that I was neither drunk nor particularly satisfied by the bland mango-and-lemon-rind taste.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. With her gestures, the scent of her skin, her sudden, intense glances that filled me with overwhelming tenderness, with her dependence that was a kind of unthinking, absolute acceptance, she could rescue me instantly from my confusions and obsessions, my discouragement and failure, or my simple daily routine, and leave me inside a radiant circle made of throbbing energy and powerful certainty, like the effects of an unknown drug that produces unconditional happiness.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Personally the problem lay in the fact that everything was collected in one volume. Daan Pieters rated it liked it Sep 01, Cory rated it liked it Jun 19, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

If these had been sold separately, it would have been better. His travels through different ports and seas and undiscovered places illustrate one of the most passionate literary journeys.

Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero

Return to Book Page. Un libro que nos lleva a una de las esencias de Maqroll y nos invita gavierp releer la obra de Mutis. Jan 29, Adonis Ramirez rated it really liked it.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Alvaro’s Maqroll adventures are a sort of cross between something Joseph Conrad would cook up crossed with Robin Hood. Lina Ma GH rated it really liked it Oct 12, Harold rated it liked it Jul 13, Jul maqroll, Egolaxista rated it really liked it. I hate to post negative reviews, but I was expecting great things given NYRB’s usual magpie-ish capacity for gemfinding.

Gxviero travels of Maquoll.

Be the first to ask a question about Empresas y Tribulaciones de Maqroll el Gaviero. Lists with This Book. Laura rated it liked it Sep 18, It is excellent writing if you can tolerate maqeoll page descriptions of feral and carnal at a crack.


Jumma de Maqroll El Gaviero by Antonio García Ángel

So I leave it for a possible future with more tome tolerance. Novelista y poeta colombiano. The first novella was the best so far. Some of the stories venture into inane territory, but most are gripping.

Nov 18, Juan Hidalgo rated it liked it. Jumma de Maqroll El Gaviero 4. My personal enjoyment in the reading dimin Disclaimer, I only got to page and will read the other novellas at a later time.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I had trouble keeping track of all the other characters — where did he meet Abdul, who was Obregon again, what was the crazy thing Sverre did.

Antonio Corzo rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Such a bookish book. As a matter of fact, it just consists out of small, random and meaning What’s wrong with me?

Just a moment while we sign you in to gavireo Goodreads account. I really enjoyed the first three novellas! With “Amirbar” I saw and understood the long, rambling descriptions and that there is more description of, say, the journey up the mountain to the mine, than there is actual action that many North American readers have complained about in Mutis’ writing.

Excellent prose but didn’t seem to add up. This book has a Stalinist rating on this site, but still I didn’t like it.