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Acción de Gracias Richard Ford Nos Ense A Que La Vida Nunca Es Sencilla Ni Pl Cida Luchamos Y Nos Esforzamos, Amamos Y Perdemos Y Sin Embargo Nunca Dejamos De Avanzar Hasta Alcanzar Ese Ocasional Momento De Completa Comprensi N Stephen Lyons, Chicago Sun Times Tras A Os De Incertidumbre Emocional, Frank Bascombe Se Encuentra Instalado En Una Madurez Relativamente Feliz Sigue Trabajando Como Agente Inmobiliario, Ahora En La Empresa Que Posee En Sea Clift, En La Zona Costera De Nueva Jersey, Donde Se Fue A Vivir Junto A Su Segunda Esposa Inesperadamente, Sta Le Abandona Poco Despu S Descubre Que Padece Un C Ncer De Pr Stata Se Resquebraja As El Fr Gil Bienestar Que Hab A Logrado Obtener De Nuevo Acompa Aremos A Bascombe En Sus Traves As En Autom Vil Por Las Carreteras De Nueva Jersey, De Encuentro En Encuentro, Mientras Hace Balance De Su Vida.

  • Paperback
  • 736 pages
  • Acción de Gracias
  • Richard Ford
  • Spanish
  • 06 August 2019
  • 8433974815

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10 thoughts on “Acción de Gracias

  1. says:

    Dennett had three things to say about how we should live The secret to spirituality had nothing to do with the soul, or anything supernatural it was this let your self go If you can approach the world s complexities, both its glories and its horrors, with an attitude of humble curiosity, acknowledging that however deeply you have seen, you have only just scratched the surface, you will find worlds within worlds, beauties you could not heretofore imagine, and your own mundane preoccupation Dennett had three things to say about how we should live The secret to spirituality had nothing to do with the soul, or anything supernatural it was this let your self go If you can approach the world s complexities, both its glories and its horrors, with an attitude of humble curiosity,...

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    Few writers can detail just three days in some 500 pages and still keep the reader interested but Richard Ford can This novel is unsentimental, humorous and distinct prose the third about Frank Bascombe, although this is definitely a stand alone book I have not read the two previous in the set but this didn t detract from my understanding and appreciation of this wonderful novel There is not an ext...

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    In this, the last in the trilogy, Frank is still the ever thinking everyman, now age 55 He recently returned from the Mayo Clinic with less than full assurances, has seen his second wife leave him under odd circumstances, and has taken two steps forward and one step back or is it one forward and two back with his first wife and their two grown kids Frank has plenty to mull over But then Ford offers up quite an assortment for readers to chew on, too 1 Is there such a thing as a life too w In this, the last in the trilogy, Frank is still the ever thinking everyman, now age 55 He recently returned from the Mayo Clinic with less than full assurances, has seen his second wife leave him under odd circumstances, and has taken two steps forward and one step back or is it one forward and two back with his first wife and their two grown kids Frank has plenty to mull over But then Ford offers up quite an assortment for readers to chew on, too 1 Is there such a thing as a life too well examined Frank is as reflective as they come, but his insight...

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    4 1 2 stars, if I could.I ve said many times I don t really believe in the entity called the Great American Novel, but if I did, this book would certainly qualify It s wonderfully written though exhausting at times with all the details, but trust the author, they all serve a purpose , chuckle out loud funny at other times and even heartbreaking in a completely non sentimental way, wh...

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    OK At the risk of sounding mawkish or, gasp, even worse, sentimental, I d describe this book, along with the other two Frank Bascombe novels less so The Sportswriter, evenso Independence Day as wonderful I often tell people that reading them is like slipping into a warm bath or,appropriately, a warm parka They re comforting Which is not to say they re light or feel good They re books you don t ever want to end though if they didn t they would become quite tiresome, due to th OK At the risk of sounding mawkish or, gasp, even worse, sentimental, I d describe this book, along with the other two Frank Bascombe novels less so The Sportswriter, evenso Independence Day as wonderful I often tell people that reading them is like slipping into a warm bath or,appropriately, a warm parka They re comforting Which is not to say they re light or feel good They re books you don t ever want to end though if they didn t they would become quite tiresome, due to the narrator s proclivity for prolix analyzing.Frank Bascombe is someone in whom you immediately place a lot of trust and respect, someone whose creator you really, really wish you could meet and have dinner with, not only because you assume he is quite similar to his character If you find yourself wishing writers like David Foster Wallace et al were your buddies while reading their work, Ford isthe sort of guy you wish were your dad Only you start to realize that all his Frank s philos...

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    Bittersweet Downshift In Life Expectations , 13 Nov 2006 This novel showcases many of Mr Ford s gifts his ability to capture the nubby, variegated texture of ordinary life his unerring ear for how ordinary people talk his talent for conjuring up subsidiary characters with a handful of brilliant brushstrokes MICHIKO KAKUTANI, New York Times ...

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    A digressive, long winded, over adjectived, frequently hyphenated contemplation of the middle aged, middle classed, middle of the road AmericanFrank Bascombe sets out to have a meeting with his ex wife Five immensely tedious reading hours later and nearly a third of the way through the book, he hasn t yet got there But he has digressed endlessly on those subjects that seem to obsess the white, middle class, middle aged American male their health, the fact that they don t understand their A digressive, long winded, over adjectived, frequently hyphenated contemplation of the middle aged, middle classed, middle of the road AmericanFrank Bascombe sets out to have a meeting with his ex wife Five immensely tedious reading hours later and nearly a third of the way through the book, he hasn t yet got there But he has digressed endlessly on those subjects that seem to obsess the white, middle class, middle aged American male their health, the fact that they don t understand their children, their ex wives almost always plural , their sexual prowess or lack thereof, and the way the country is going to the dogs I admit defeat I can t take any .I feared right from the beginning that I was going to struggle with this book Straight away, Ford gets into existential crisis mode with our narrator, having been diagnosed with prostate cancer, fearing that he is not ready to make his maker Five hours later, I was unsympathetically thinking that he shouldn t worry he has plenty of t...

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    So we come to the third and seemingly final installment of Richard Ford s brilliant portrait of contemporary American adult life, as seen through the eyes of Ford s meditative everyman, Frank Bascombe I have spent a great deal of time now with Mr Bascombe over the past few years, and in book time, we ve passed nearly 20 years together Here, I slipped so easily back into reading Frank s voice, it was like I was passing time with an old college buddy someone I know, but only see every few y So we come to the third and seemingly final installment of Richard Ford s brilliant portrait of contemporary American adult life, as seen through the eyes of Ford s meditative everyman, Frank Bascombe I have spent a great deal of time now with...

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    This was recommended by Lex Runciman, my English professor, in his blog Far Corner Reader, so it s not a huge surprise that it reminds me of the types of books that I often read in college the kind that I don t get as much out of unless I m reading it with twenty other people and having thrice weekly discussions I m sure that there s some sort of theme here about growin...

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