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Ebook La mujer loca by Juan José Millás read! Book Title: La mujer loca
The author of the book: Juan José Millás
Language: English
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Edition: Seix Barral
Date of issue: March 11th 2014
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Julia trabaja en una pescadería y de noche estudia gramática porque está enamorada de su jefe, que en realidad es filólogo. En sus ratos libres, la joven ayuda en el cuidado de una enferma terminal, Emérita, en cuya casa coincide con Millás, que está haciendo un reportajesobre la eutanasia. Durante sus visitas, el escritor se siente atraído por la idea de novelar la vida de Julia, aunque para lograrlo deberá enfrentarse a su bloqueo creativo con la ayuda de una psicoterapeuta.La realidad trastoca los planes del escritor cuando Emérita revela un secreto que ha guardado celosamente toda su vida. Lo que había comenzado como una crónica periodística se convierte entonces en una suerte de novela en la que él se verá involucrado como personaje.El mejor Juan José Millás regresa a la novela con La mujer loca, una historia en la que el lector habrá de decidir qué es verdadero y qué es falso, una investigación sobre los límites de la realidad y la ficción en una obra que condensa la esencia del maestro de la extrañeza: humor inteligente, diálogos excepcionales y una escritura provocativa. Un ejercicio de honestidad con el que afronta sus cuitas como autor desde la verosimilitud de la pura ficción.

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Ebook La mujer loca read Online! Juan José Millás is a Spanish writer and winner of the 1990 Premio Nadal. He was born in Valencia and has spent most of his life in Madrid where he studied Philosophy and Literature at the Universidad Complutense.
His first novel was influenced by Julio Cortázar and consequently shows the influence of the then-prevalent literary experimentalism, as well as the uncertainty of a fledgling author. Although very original, his second book, Cerbero son las sombras (1975), obtained the Premio Sésamo and received a positive critical response.
Thanks to an enthusiastic member of the judges panel for the Premio Sésamo, Juan García Hortelano, he was able to publish Visión del ahogado (1977) and El jardín vacío (The empty garden) (1981) with the prestigious publisher Alfaguara. But his most popular novel was Papel mojado (1983), an assignment for a publisher of young adult literature that was a commercial success and continues to sell well. Simultaneously, he began to publish articles in the Spanish press with great success, so he left the employment of the Iberian press and now makes a living as a journalist and author.
In his numerous works, which are mostly psychological and introspective, any daily fact can become a fantastic event. He created his own personal literary genre, the articuento, in which an everyday story is transformed into a fantasy that allows the reader to see reality more critically. His weekly columns in El País have generated a great number of followers who appreciate the subtlety and originality of his point of view in dealing with current events, as well as his commitment to social justice and the quality of his writing. On the program La Ventana, on the channel Ser, he has a time slot (Fridays at 4:00) in which he encourages viewers to send short accounts about words from the dictionary. Currently, he is constructing a glossary, within which these accounts have a large role. His works have been translated into 23 languages, among them: English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Dutch. In his 2006 novel, titled Laura y Julio, we find his principal obsessions expressed: the problem of identity, symmetry, other inhabitable spaces within our space, love, fidelity, and jealousy.


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