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by CABRERA INFANTE G.

Free eBook tres tristes tigres download ISBN: 8432226718
Author: CABRERA INFANTE G.
Publisher: SEIX BARRAL (1970)
Language: Spanish
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Size MP3: 1224 mb
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Rating: 4.1
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Thabel
It's the type of book you have to devote your entire time to I'm order to fully understand it, but overall, great book.
Cel
Cabrera Infante is probably the most forgotten literary member of the latinamericanliterary "Boom". This book is a recreation of Havana's night life (pre-cuban revolutionary success) and it is full with cuban words and sayings which makes it a rich read. This is a must-read for any one studying in depth the Latinamerican Literary Boom, Cuban literature and idendity, or latinamerican literature in general.
Nalme
Uno de los mejores libros modernos de Cuba (sino el mejor) y de AL., un monumento al lenguaje, al humor y a la nostalgia. Cabrera Infante, uno de los beneficiados del boom, sigue su propio camino en esta novela que ya es un clásico cubano y L.A.
Anayaron
Love that this edition gives the historical background and the literary analysis. And for those of us who don't speak "cubano," all the footnotes are a huge help!
Amarin
Excelente, pero de muy difícil lectura.
Bumand
Bought this book believing it to be the basis for "the Lost City" screenplay.Hardly anything in common from the book to the movie.If you want to read the drunk mumblings of 3 lost souls for way too many pages go ahead. Its in my trash pile, and if this is as advertised a great example of great contemporary Cuban literature then its proof that the Castro brothers have truly destroyed the very fabric of Cuba.

Its a tiring a read in Spanish as in English, really doesn't even rate 1 star but that is as low as the system allows.
Alexandra
I am cuban and I speak perfect spanish
I have never seen such awful misspelling
There are at least 20 to 30 gross misspellings per page
I don't mind the slang words, I understand them
But again, a simple spell check would have solved the problem