La ridícula idea de no volver a verte

La ridícula idea de no volver a verte

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«Éste es un libro sobre la vida... apasionado y alegre, sentimental y burlón.» ROSA MONTERO.

Una narración a medio camino entre el recuerdo personal y la memoria de todos, entre el análisis de nuestra época y la evocación íntima. Son páginas que hablan de la superación del dolor, de las relaciones entre hombres y mujeres, del esplendor del sexo, de la buena muerte y de la bella vida, de la ciencia y de la ignorancia, de la fuerza salvadora de la literatura y de la sabiduría de quienes aprenden a disfrutar de la existencia con plenitud y con ligereza. Vivo y original, este libro inclasificable incluye fotos, remembranzas, amistades y anécdotas que transmiten el primitivo placer de escuchar buenas historias. Sentirás que ha sido escrito sólo para ti.

Title:La ridícula idea de no volver a verte
Edition Language:Spanish
ISBN:9788432215483
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    La ridícula idea de no volver a verte Reviews

  • Fefyy Antela

    Wow, just wow... I think I need a hug....

  • Leo Ferres

    I love Marie Curie... but this is not about her, like at all....

  • Klaas Roggeman

    Pretty interesting mixture between the author's mourning for her husband and a biography of Marie Curie, who also lost her husband at an early stage. But damn those hashtags!...

  • Irene

    Learned so much more about Marie Curie and the real woman she really was. Also, the author makes you really think about how we don't accept death and how the mourning process was for her and Marie. Ex...

  • Laus

    Las mujeres somos así... nos cuesta decir adiós... y de cualquier cosa. Ya sea la pérdida de tus aretes favoritos, de tus llaves, de dinero... o de tu compañero de vida; eso sí, a diferente medid...

  • Rebeca

    If Death is the only thing that is going to happen to all of us, why is it that we don’t like to talk about it. In the USA most people use words as passing or gone instead died. Some eastern culture...

  • Kristof Verbeke

    3 star rating. Not because I did not cry, not because I was not moved, not because the content is not great; just because the writing style is not the one I enjoy or like. But the book itself is worth...

  • Francisca Moreira

    A beautiful story of resilience, but also of social criticism and joous anecdotes. The writer tells us the stories of the duels of two mature women, and the challenges in being a female in times of Ma...

  • Vernica

    Didn't like it. The part where the author deals with the death of her husband it's fine, but I don't think the narrative matches with the diary... It's just not connected. I think some of the comments...

  • V

    The author incredible and the argument fantastic. Just can't say how good it is....