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Ieva Matiejunaite rated it leector it May 16, Upset, and not aware that J.sanchiis is solely in charge of the book choices, Lorena accuses Ismael of colluding with her father and selecting a deliberately disturbing tale that reminds her painfully of her mother. Despite the accusations levelled against him by Lorena, Ishmael confesses that he is not in a position to resign: In scene 12 Ismael and Lorena recite lines together from this short book published in by the Mexican writer Juan Rulfo.
He is led into discussions about the themes in the books he reads to Lorena. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In scene 13 Lorena mentions this short story in relation to her own situation.
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Excerpts from this novel are read aloud and discussed by Ismael and Lorena in scenes 4, 5, 6 and 7. In plr 11 Ismael reads Lorena excerpts from this novella. Jun 28, Palimp rated it it was amazing. Seale6 rated it liked it Sep 09, Lectir is clear is that, from this point onwards in the play, reading and listening become a confrontational battleground as the dynamics between all three of the slnisterra become even more complex.
Later, Lorena confronts her father about the choice of reading material, accusing him of wanting to keep her in a state of mental anguish. Subsequently, this French novel becomes the starting point for a debate in scene 10 between Celso and his daughter regarding the benefits and dangers of literature.
Published July 18th by Espasa first published They create new worlds, evoke memories and elicit within us feelings we never knew we had. One excerpt in particular, that describes in detail the naked and lifeless corpse of a woman, disturbs Lorena because it reminds her of her mother.
Madrid, Caos Editorial, http: The play is preceded by two epigraphs. Unknown Bindingpages. There is a sense of freedom in his words. Stories invade our lives. Eventually he confesses and is imprisoned but it ultimately forgiven by his true love, Sonya. To the roots of the mountains I sank down; the earth beneath barred me in forever. Yet when Celso does so, Ismael is unperturbed.
Maria rated it really liked it Mar 01, Gallorum rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Refresh and try again. His voice, Lorena claims, reveals his sordid past. Susannah oector it really liked it May sinistsrra, You must be logged in to add tags. She is anxious, knowing that her father is about to sack her reader by the hour.
Pablo rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Please log in or sign up for a free account. In the course of the play excerpts from a number of novels are read aloud.
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You must be logged in to post a comment. She accuses her father of wanting her to remain shut in the house in a state of psychological stasis. Lists with This Book. The first epigraph is made up of fragments from the Book of Jonah in the H.sanchis Testament.
I was immediately struck by the ambiguities in the writing, by the potentialities it sculpted, the openness it carved around the question of reading. Gradually, he becomes more than simply a hired voice. Return to Book Page. Lorena stands above them both on a ladder among the books on the shelves.
Why do we feel that what we read has become part of our lives? This is an unedited and unpublished book written by Sanchis Sinisterra himself.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Ismael is also drawn into arguments about the value and perils of literature. Into this small family unit comes Ismael, a man blessed with a neutral reading voice that appears to give nothing of joras own personality away. El Lector Por Horas es fenominal! Ozan rated it it was amazing Jul 23, He speaks mysteriously about the ceremony, about the rain hooras about how experience and literature are interconnected.
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Erin rated it it was amazing Nov 01, Louisa rated it really liked it May 16, Unable to conceive, Sarah gave Hagar to Abraham. The final scene of the play takes place in silence. Un Perogrullo rated it really liked it Dec 03, Raskolnikov commits a savage murder and becomes obsessed with the einisterra and moral anguish of this act.