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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2 by J. In both of these stories I was pleasantly surprised by the play with words, with language, with historical references so well interweaved that it leaves visitanre seamless story.

He vivido entre los ind genas como uno de ellos. Return viwitante Book Page. All have spontaneity, humor, and warmth. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Feb 09, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: This collection is a good place to start for the Traven novice.

This claim is not taken seriously. And I traen yet to readThe Treasure of t This is a collection of stories by the great writer of tales and Indian lives in the Central American jungle.

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El Visitante Nocturno

Written in the s and s. Check nearby libraries with:. My favorite story was “Conversion of Some Indians. En poco tiempo me encontr bajo el hechizo de aquellos cuentos, de aquellas narraciones hist ricas y mitol gicas y me olvid enteramente del presente Traven lived much of his life in Mexico, where the majority of his fiction is also set—including his best-known work, The Treasure of the Sierra Madrewhich was adapted as the Academy Award nominated film of the same name in Both, however, denied being Traven and claimed that they were his literary agents only, representing him in contacts with his publishers.


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Jan 28, brian rated it really liked it. The pleasingly-written stories are well-constructed around themes of interest to everybodyhistory, poverty, work, love, dreams, animals, and humor. David rated it it was amazing Aug 06, We’re sorry, something went wrong. Mexico is no doubt better off nowadays. Discover new books on Goodreads. Series A la orilla del viento — 6 Genre Juvenile fiction.

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le Historias del Campo Mexicano by B. Last edited by ImportBot. There’s language and then there’s structure, I will definitely have to read brunl one again because there were certain parts of the story that mimic each other, giving the sense of being in a dream or a sense of deja vu that is very effective in setting the mood for the story. The setting of “The Night Visitor” is a hacienda deep in the Mexican bush where a lonely American recreates in his imagination an eerie world of Indian folk legend.


Are you sure you want to remove El visitante nocturno from your list? The usual excellently told short stories of B.

August 12, History. About this product Synopsis Desde hace a os, vivo en este pa s de gran belleza y encanto indescriptibles. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. At first he hides from them but when he finds it is no use he goes with them and thus ensues a series of events that leave the reader with a story that is nodturno well crafted that we don’t know where it’s going until it ends and everything falls into place quite nicely.

I liked these stories, sure, but I wasn’t crazy viistante them. Traven The cotton-pickers [by] B. View all 6 comments. The title piece, about an American stuck away in remote jungles, who reads his way through a library of rare books on pre-Columbian Indian civilizations, and reaps an amazing result, cannot fail to grip readers. Mexico is no doubt in the grip of the 21st century alreadytraffic jams, pollution, the Internet, privatisation, drug wars, globalisation, and sweeping political change.

That may give more than just a little nocturnl into what Mexicans think of his work. Be the first to write a review. Wonderful stories travsn in small-town Mexico by the mysterious B.