Free eBook Autonauts of the Cosmoroute: A Timeless Voyage from Paris to Marseilles download
by Carol Dunlop,Julio Cortazar
Author: Carol Dunlop,Julio Cortazar
Publisher: Archipelago (November 26, 2007)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Cortázar, Julio; Dunlop, Carol; McLean, Anne, 1962-; Hébert, Stéphane.
Cortázar, Julio; Dunlop, Carol; McLean, Anne, 1962-; Hébert, Stéphane. Cortázar, Julio, Dunlop, Carol, Roads. Brooklyn, NY : Archipelago Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on November 23, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
from Paris to Marseille BY Julio Cortazar
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute: A Timeless Voyage from Paris to Marseille BY Julio Cortazar. Paperback, 354 pages.
Julio Cortázar (1914-1984) was a true giant of twentieth-century Latin American literature. Anyone who doesn't read Cortázar is doomed
Julio Cortázar (1914-1984) was a true giant of twentieth-century Latin American literature. He met and married Carol Dunlop in France in 1982. Anyone who doesn't read Cortázar is doomed. -Pablo Neruda Autonauts of the Cosmoroute is a love story, an irreverent travelogue of elaborate tales and snapshots detailing Julio Cortázar and Carol Dunlop's thirty-three-day voyage on the Paris-Marseilles freeway in 1982. Uncovering the freeway's hidden underbelly, they push life and literature to surreal extremes. This shot of sun is a satire on modern travel and the great explorers, and an intimate look at one of the greatest literary spirits of our time.
Julio Cortázar and the camper he and Carol Dunlop drove on their trip. Autonauts of the cosmoroute. A Timeless Voyage From Paris to Marseille. By Julio Cortázar and Carol Dunlop. You expect a French book to be quirky. Though born in Belgium and raised in Argentina, Julio Cortázar lived and wrote in Paris from 1951 till his death in 1984, thus making Autonauts of the Cosmoroute, though it was first published in Spanish, at least an honorary French book. As such, it begins in a refreshingly offbeat way: in 1982, Cortázar and wife, Carol Dunlop, took a car trip from Paris to Marseille.
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Monday, July 11, 2011. Julio Cortazar, Carol Dunlop: Autonauts of the Cosmoroute, extracts from the book. См. отрывки из книги в моих переводах на русский язык. Despite the typewriters, books and siestas prolonged far beyond the hours necessary to recover from the fatigues of the road, those deck chairs offer a false and different vision of our life, guaranteeing us the anonymity essential to the journey, with the freeway in the distance like a grey river and the sun setting in green puddles around Father
The concept behind Autonauts of the Cosmoroute is so perfectly Cortazarian in its gamelike setup: Julio Cortazar and his companion Carol Dunlop decide to spend an entire month in 1982 living on the freeway between Paris and Marseille (the Southern Thruway, which was the name and topic of an earlier Cortazar story), stopping at two rest stops each day and staying. overnight at the second.
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute book. Author Julio Cortázar cooked up a plan with his second wife Carol Dunlop to drive from Paris to Marseilles in their VW bus nicknamed Fafner, the dragon
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute book. Author Julio Cortázar cooked up a plan with his second wife Carol Dunlop to drive from Paris to Marseilles in their VW bus nicknamed Fafner, the dragon. The catch is, they stopped at every single rest-stop along the way at the count of two per day, sleeping over night at the second one. This book chronicles their thoughts and notes throughout the What a wonderful book. Part essay, part travelogue with a smattering of fiction, it's an indescribable blend of humor, sadness, quirk and love.
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute: A Timeless Voyage from Paris to Marseille - the last book published in Cortázar’s lifetime .
In May 1982 Julio Cortázar and Carol Dunlop set out on a different kind of road trip, one they had been planning for several years: to travel from Paris to Marseilles via the autoroute (turnpike/freeway), never getting off, and stopping at each rest area along the way, at a rate of two a day.
NEARY: One such book, says Williams, is "The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman" by Nancy Marie .
NEARY: One such book, says Williams, is "The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman" by Nancy Marie Brown. Brown, a science writer, retraced Gudrid's journeys, even helping archeologists unearth a longhouse in Iceland. A road trip that usually takes 10 hours got stretched over the course of a month in Autonauts of the Cosmoroute, a new translation of the last work by author Julio Cortazar and his partner Carol Dunlop. Mark Sarvas says it's unlike any other book you'll read this year - charming, whimsical, but also poignant.
Autonauts of the Cosmoroute. A Timeless Voyage from Paris to Marseilles. In May 1982, Julio Cortázar and Carol Dunlop climbed aboard Fafner, their VW camper van, and embarked on an exploration of the uncharted territory of the Paris-Marseilles freeway. By Julio Cortazar and Carol Dunlop Translated by Anne McLean. It was a route they¢d covered before, usually in about ten hours, but his time they loaded up with supplies and prepared for an ardous voyage of thirty-three days without leaving the autoroute.