Sobre heroes y tumbas (On Heroes and Tombs) by Ernesto Sabato audiobook

Sobre heroes y tumbas (On Heroes and Tombs)

By Ernesto Sabato
Read by Walter Krochmal

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19.94 Hours 1
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"Un Apocalipsis de nuestro tiempo."-S. Quasimodo "Novela apasionante atravesada por una metafora prodigiosa: el Informe sobre Ciegos."-Witold Gombrowicz "Un delirio que habria hecho palidecer de envidia a Lautreamont."-Maurice Nadeau, La Quinzaine Litteraire, Paris "Un poderoso e inolvidable sonador."-Time, New York "Drama de la salvacion, escalofriante y demoniaca."-O. Macri, Universidad de Florencia "Genial, una de las mas asombrosas manifestaciones de nuestro tiempo, uno de los libros del siglo."-Die Welt, Berlin "Logro con genio lo que Durrell hizo solo con talento."-Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris "Hechizante, barroca, monumental, un film de Bunuel sobre un script de Dostoievsky."-Newsweek, New York

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"Un Apocalipsis de nuestro tiempo."-S. Quasimodo "Novela apasionante atravesada por una metafora prodigiosa: el Informe sobre Ciegos."-Witold Gombrowicz "Un delirio que habria hecho palidecer de envidia a Lautreamont."-Maurice Nadeau, La Quinzaine Litteraire, Paris "Un poderoso e inolvidable sonador."-Time, New York "Drama de la salvacion, escalofriante y demoniaca."-O. Macri, Universidad de Florencia "Genial, una de las mas asombrosas manifestaciones de nuestro tiempo, uno de los libros del siglo."-Die Welt, Berlin "Logro con genio lo que Durrell hizo solo con talento."-Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris "Hechizante, barroca, monumental, un film de Bunuel sobre un script de Dostoievsky."-Newsweek, New York

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Author Bio: Ernesto Sabato

Author Bio: Ernesto Sabato

Ernesto Sabato (1911–2011) was an Argentine writer, painter and physicist. He won some of the most prestigious prizes in Hispanic literature” and was influential throughout Latin America. He earned a PhD in physics at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, and worked at the Curie Institute in Paris. But after World War II, he lost interest in science and started writing, crafting three novels and a series of essays about metaphysics, politics, and tango. On the request of President Raúl Alfonsín he presided over the CONADEP commission that investigated the fate of those who suffered forced disappearance during the Dirty War of the 1970s. The result of these findings was published in 1984 bearing the title Nunca Más (Never Again). Upon his death El País dubbed him the “last classic writer in Argentine literature.”

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 19.94
Audience: Adult
Language: English