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Los que se preguntan para qué sirve el premio Nobel encontraron una respuesta en octubre de 1996.
Wislawa Szymborska está en su casa, pero pide permiso para fumar.
Contrario al título de esta novela tan célebre y que muchos han catalogado como su mejor obra narrativa, la prosa de John Maxwell Coetzee no es para nada desgraciada.
Interview: Herta Mueller On Growing Up In Ceausescu's Romania - Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2011R omanian-born author Herta Mueller on October 8 won the 2009 Nobel prize for literature. In 1999, Mueller, whose parents were members of the German-speaking minority in Romania, spoke to Mircea Iorgulescu from RFE/RL's Romania-Moldova Service about growing up under dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, her encounters with the secret police, and how her background has shaped her work. RFE/RL: Your novels all have something in common.
Muy fácil. - Para gente muy loca y apasionada: comenzad por poetas suicidas... pero no las reduzcamos sólo a eso. Lo digo porque así es más fácil acordarse de ellas. Porque su vida es tan intensa como su poesía.
Christopher Paolini is a name that resonates in the world of fantasy fiction.
Christopher Paolini recently participated in a rather long video interview for Amazon Germany totaling over 40 minutes!
Friday, July 20, 2012 After graduating from high school at 15, Christopher Paolini began writing Eragon , the first novel of the Inheritance Cycle set in the mythical land of Alagaësia. In 2002, the Paolini family self-published Eragon and began an aggressive campaign to promote Christopher’s work. He and his family toured countless schools and libraries to discuss reading and writing.
A tale of bravery and battles, friendship and fortitude, dragons and danger.
Only one more day until one of the biggest book releases of the year: Inheritance by Christopher Paolini!
Paolini's favorite words in his invented dialect.
On the publication day of Christopher Paolini's INHERITANCE, the fourth and final book in the Inheritance cycle (following Eragon, Eldest and Brisingr), he looks back at the moments that shaped an unknown, teen writer into a bestselling author and a household name in the canon of fantasy literature. I remember four great turning points in my life.
By Christopher Paolini
“Everything plays” – an essay published here for the first time in English Published: 1 August 2012 A ccording to the distinguished 1930s novelist Sebastian Knight, “the only real number is one”; and Knight’s creator, Vladimir Nabokov, liked in his later years to tell interviewers that he “had never belonged to any club or group”.