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Ahora, escribo / Now, I Write Libros Uno, Dos Y Tres (Paperback)

Author:  Lolita Bosch
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 8492865245
ISBN-13: 9788492865246
Sku: 221774767
Publish Date: 10/29/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.5H x 4.5L x 0.5T
Pages:  208
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In this very personal examination of modern families and the mental and emotional blocks that can develop as a result of the loss of a loved one—especially a parent—Lolita Bosch demonstrates a refreshing frankness in discussing her own family life and infirmities, while also tackling themes such as the difficulty of writing, sickness, death, life, and need. Equal parts an essay about the fear of creation, a fragmented autobiography, and a declaration of intention for the future, this chronicle is also a testament to the power of literature as a healing force.

 

En este examen muy personal sobre las familias contemporáneas y los bloqueos mentales y emocionales originados por la muerte de seres queridos—en particular los padres—Lolita Bosch demuestra una franqueza reconfortante mientras afronta la vida de su familia y sus propias enfermedades físicas, al mismo tiempo que trata temas como la dificultad de escribir, la enfermedad, la muerte, la vida y la necesidad. Tanto un ensayo narrativo sobre el miedo a la creación como una autobiografía fragmentada y una declaración de intenciones para el futuro, esta crónica es también un testimonio del poder de la literatura como una fuerza curativa.
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