Novelas En Tres Lineas

Novelas En Tres Lineas

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Entrusted in 1906 by the newspaper "Le Matin "with the "faits-divers" column, Felix Feneon, dandy and model civil servant by day, started reporting on the accidents, fights, riots, arsons, and murders from around the provinces. Given only three lines to detail each incident, Feneon turned the practice into an art, loading the pieces with sarcasm and black humor until each small capsule of life was an explosive read. The result is this collection of more than 1,200 short texts that still have the freshness and nerve to surprise even the modern reader."Asignado la columna de "faits-divers"en 1906 por el periodico "Le Matin," Felix Feneon, dandy y, de dia, funcionario ejemplar, comenzo a informar sobre los accidentes, las peleas, los tumultos, los incendios y los asesinatosen las provincias. Con solo tres lineas para detallar cada incidente, Feneonconvirtio la practica en un arte, cargando los articulos con sarcasmo y humor negro hasta que cada pequena capsula de vidase convirtiera enuna lecturaexplosiva. El resultado es este conjunto de mas de 1.200 textosbrevesque todavia tienen la frescura y el descaro para lograr sorprender al lector moderno.""show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 18mm | 299.37g
  • Editorial Impedimenta
  • United States
  • Spanish
  • New edition
  • 8415130112
  • 9788415130116
  • 1,961,211

About Felix Feneon

Felix Feneon was a journalist, an art critic, and the editor of several French magazines. He was the first writer to translate James Joyce into French, and he coined the term Neo-impressionists to identify the group of artists led by Georges Seurat. Lluis Maria Todo is a novelist, a translator, and a literary critic. He has translated many titles into Spanish for Editorial Impedimenta, including "Los domingos de Jean Dezert," "El jardin de los suplicios," "Memoria de Georges el amargado," and "Noviembre."Antonio Jimenez Morato is a journalist and a literary critic."show more

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Entrusted in 1906 by the newspaper "Le Matin "with the "faits-divers" column, Felix Feneon, more

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