Campos De Nijar by Juan Goytisolo, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Juan Goytisolo: Campos De Nijar by Campos De Nijar, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In I, Juan Goytisolo published his travelogue Campos de Níjar, subsuming critics as a form of protest about the social conditions in Níjar, and in Almería.
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More than a travel book, specialists consider it as neo-realist story denouncing backwardness and poverty in these lands. Want to Read saving…. A work by Juan Goytisolo denouncing the backwardness and poverty of this region of Andalusia. Goytisolo has written other “travelogs,” each accomplishing multiple purposes. En se le ha otorgado el Premio Cervantes de las Letras.
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Topics In this section you can search among all our contents by topic to find the different resources available in Spain, such as museums, routes, destinations, monuments and many, many more. Readers of Goytisolo’s later books, such as “Juan the Landless,” may be surprised by “Nijar Country”‘s precociously complex counterpoint, so deftly manipulated as to possibly escape detection.
Mixing poetry with painting and fiction with non-fiction, he explored the possibilities of language, leaving behind the social commentary of his first novels. On the net Search this work on the net. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
In Paris, he worked as a consultant for the publisher Gallimard while he was also working on his own oeuvre. In he bought a house there.
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At once, then, “Nijar Country” doubles time and space, the first of its many such doublings. Injar boy, pointedly named Juan, implores the narrator our Juan? While living in Paris, he started the most experimental side of his books. In the seventines he visited Marrakech ofently.
Here his vocabulary and grammar sound Nijar’s soulful culture.
Portal for the promotion of Spanish culture. The boy may embody a past Juan of whom the present man is avatar–and what about the other Juans in the book? There he met his future wife, Monique Langue and Jean Genet, who influenced his vision of literature. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Lists with This Book. A vocal opponent of Franco, he left Spain for France in Peter Bush’s flexible translation admirably hurdles such potential obstacles of diction and expression.
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Published September 1st by Seix Barral first published Refresh and try again. Seemingly an intimate travel book, Juan Goytisolo’s short narrative grimly revisits Almeria under Boytisolo rule. He is widely considered one of the most important Spanish authors of his time. Interactive map All cultural resources at a glance.