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El Cobrador [Rubem Fonseca] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Barcelona. 19 cm. p., 1 h. Encuadernación en tapa blanda de. Rubem Fonseca. Cuento acerca de un poeta y su relación con la sociedad de consumo. Narrrativa Brasil S. XX Posmodernismo. Consumo. Sobre la violencia . : El cobrador () by RUBEM FONSECA and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great .

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I came upon it because of a eel defunct blog project whereby I’d read a book by as many Camoes prize winning authors as I could in a month. His writing is pretty dark and gritty, filled with violence and sexual content, and it usually happens in a very urban setting. Notas para lectores curiosos. Maybe this is what being in Brazil is like, though? So what we get are shock-for-the-sake-of-it stories, the first trio here, which aren’t that shocking– a powerful businessman relieves tension by hitting pedestrians with his fast car, a serial killer falls in love with a woman and realizes donseca killing is sanctioned by the dominant system, etc.

Abusa dejando al lector en suspenso. Llibres i poemes a estones. Girl Genius for Monday, December 31, If not for “Betsy” and “The Enemy” one could easily think this guy is a serial killer armed with a pen.

Trivia About O Cobrador. In the stories of The Taker, rich and poor live in an uneasy equilibrium, where only overwhelming force can maintain order, and violence and deception are essential tools of survival.


Libro con grandes cuentos, sobretodo el Cobrador y el de Mandrake.

lecturas errantes: El Cobrador, de Rubem Fonseca

Maybe it’s only a bit of an exaggeration to murder your wife, and your dwarf best friend, for some good sex? Jan 14, Newton Nitro rated it it was amazing. Um dos melhores e mais brutais livros de contos que li. In fact, if you do decide to pick up this book of short stories, I implore you to not read the back cover copy as the publisher has done the readers a disservice by revealing too much of what happens inside.

Most widely admired for his short fiction, The Taker and Other Stories is Fonseca’s first collection to appear in Tonseca translation, and it ranges across his oeuvre, exploring the sights and sounds of the modern landscape of Rio de Janeiro. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Fonseac descontado, Fonseca no fonsecs limita al mero morbo, ni a la historia simple de un psychokiller.

O Cobrador

The first cobrzdor is Night drive is only two pages but it is complete with an interesting character, some suspense, and a dark surprise. Fonseca no proporciona respuestas a estos interrogantes, e los plantea no a las claras, por supuesto; hablamos de estilo literario, no de panfletos. Rubem Fonseca’s Rio is a city at war, a city whose vast disparities- in wealth, social standing, and prestige- are untenable.

This collection of short stories is stark, intensely disturbing, and so well written, even in translation. In fact, if you I suppose it might be a bit of a cliche to write that any given book is a tour de force of its’ genre, but dammit if that doesn’t fit the bill for this one.


O Cobrador by Rubem Fonseca

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Read most of them, not all. Some authors show you disturbing images of murder and rape and horror with absolutely no remorse or mercy because Comentarios de primera mano de un lector frente a la obra.

Most would cogrador offended by the title story, but its descriptive quality even for brutal events made me want to read more. No me esperaba eso. The second half of the stories are a bit more soaked in alcohol, misogyny, and general malignancy. There is enough social commentary in this volume to suggest the latter.

Books by Rubem Fonseca. El gato y la luna.

Tira 12 – tomo I. Return to Book Page. I bet it ispired someone to become “O cobrador”. Board bookpages. But I think I might be wrong about this– they feel like three different kinds of stories, but I guess they do all belong together.