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Viajes por el Scriptorium by Paul Auster. Sobre el escritorio ve una pila de papeles cuya importancia no es capaz de descifrar. La novela deviene entonces una mise en abyme donde resuenan ecos de las obras de Paul Auster. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January by Anagrama first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Viajes por el Scriptorium , please sign up. Is it necessary to read all the books Auster wrote to comprehend better this book? Which ones appear in this book as references? Carlos Juan, the book tells a simple story: an old man with no name and of uncertain age, "anything between sixty and one hundred years," are locked in an au …more Juan, the book tells a simple story: an old man with no name and of uncertain age, "anything between sixty and one hundred years," are locked in an austere room.
The furniture in the room are just one bed, a wheelchair and a desk on which piles of paper are arranged. The old man, whom the narrator calls Blank, does not know how it ended up in that place, that could be a hospital room, a hotel room or a prison cell or asylum.
The papers on the room's desk are divided between pictures of people whose identity Blank does not remember and a handful of sheets with the fictional account of Sigmund Graf, a prisoner detained in the border of a country called Confederacy.
The story of the book then divides between Graf's narrative and Blank's search for his own identity. As you can see, there are an story that can be followed without prior knowledge of mr. Auster's body of work, but there are a more meaning reading available for those who read other books from the same author.
Over the course of a day, Blank receives an early morning visit from a nurse named Anna, talks to a former British police officer, James P. Flood, and a lawyer, Daniel Quinn. He goes through the care of another nurse, named Sophie, and receives a message from a Peter Stillman - all events linked to the disappearance of one fellow named Fanshawe, who, like many others, Blank would have sent on a mysterious mission.
I hope I have answered your question. Best regards. See 1 question about Viajes por el Scriptorium…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Viajes por el Scriptorium. E' un libro che deve essere letto, geniale. Un uomo si trova in una stanza. Viaggi nello scriptorium incipitmania. Mi fa venire in mente un gioco di specchi con immagini che si ripetono all'infinito.
Probabilmente uno dei maggiori scrittori contemporanei. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Paul Auster. Paul Auster.
He lives in Brooklyn, New York. Books by Paul Auster. Related Articles. Interview with Paul Auster. The genre-bending innovator behind The New York Trilogy examines the economic collapse in Sunset Park—it's tough to be young and broke in Amer Read more Trivia About Travels in the Sc Quotes from Viajes por el Scr Whether I've ever existed at all. They are merely a record of time passing, the outward evidence. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Viajes Por El Scriptorium
Viajes por el Scriptorium