Read “K eBook” by Bernardo Kucinski with Rakuten Kobo. A remarkable novel written by the Brazilian journalist Bernardo Kucinski. K is the story of a father who . K. has ratings and 34 reviews. Suellen said: Agora, mais do que nunca, é preciso recuperar, ler, buscar, afirmar, ASSUMIR A DITADURA QUE HOUVE NO . K has ratings and 34 reviews. K is the story of a father who searches desperately for his daughter, ‘disappeared’ during the military dictatorship in.
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Jan 17, Jim rated it really liked it. Books by Bernardo Kucinski. The term refers to the thousands of men and women across Latin America who were secretly abducted from their homes, or on the streets, and then tortured, mutilated and murdered, their fate never officially revealed to their families.
Marcia Reginato rated it liked it Feb 20, Refresh and try again. You submitted the following rating and review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. I can’t recommend it enough for those looking to learn more about the “disappearances” from a new perspective, or simply for people looking for a very very!
His eyes still glaze over with grief when he discusses the traumatic episode, nearly kucinsku years later. Ingrid rated it liked it Jun 22, Thanks for telling us about the problem. English Choose a language for shopping. The Shape of the Ruins.
Ficamos cegos; totalmente alienados da realidade”. Li muitos relatos sobre o assunto. Intellectually he realises this has been to protect him but emotions run high at times like this. Cathy Geagan rated it liked it Mar 07, K is the story of a father who searches for his daughter, disappeared during the military dictatorship in Brazil. I once read that the only author who could be recognised by a single initial was Kafka.
Juliana rated it liked it Jul 24, Is there a prize? I almost said to him: The first Brazilian edition sold out in a few weeks, and the novel has been shortlisted for literary awards in Brazil and Portugal. Nov 02, Suellen Rubira rated it really liked it.
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The first Brazilian edition sold out in a few weeks, and the novel has been shortlisted for literary awards in Brazil and Portugal. February 4, Imprint: To ask other readers questions about Kplease sign up. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Cheryl kycinski it liked it Apr 18, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
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K by Bernardo Kucinski (3 star ratings)
At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. The Auschwitz Bergen-Belsen Trials. Of the lamentably few contemporary Brazilian novels translated into the English language, K is certainly one of the most important to emerge in kucjnski years.
Water Resources and Development. Mark rated it liked it Jun 04, K lives in Sao Paulo at the time of the Brazilian dictatorship, in that period in history when dictatorships in several Latin American countries were covered up or even supported by the U. America and the Third World. Through his desperate search and a series of fragmentary stories of citizens embroiled in a repressive hell, we are transported to a horrendous and terrifying period of history, to a country shrouded in fear and suspicion; we feel o all.
And Kafka does get a mention in the book: