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Sangre en el Ojo has ratings and reviews. Book Riot said: This book is harrowing and intense and wonderful. It tells the story of a young woman f. Mezcla de memorias y ficción, Sangre en el ojo nos adentra en la mente de una escritora chilena que acaba de perder la vista en un país. Seeing Red is a short, autobiographical novel by Lina Meruane that begins Inés de la Cruz Prize in for Sangre en el Ojo (Seeing Red).

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It shows in the story, because the way Meruane describes the way blindness explodes into our heroine’s world and plunges her into despair – it feels so real. My hand isn’t there and neither is my arm. My eyes were emptying of all the things they’d seen. We all get up at the same time and Genaro wraps me in his arms, kisses both my cheeks and my forehead, promises to call me next week, to come visit me, but I know he won’t that our friendship has ended in that picturesque restaurant of scavenging seagulls.

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Sangre en el ojo / Seeing Red

W This book is autobiographical, but at the same time she does use fictional events. He asks her to go on a holiday and spend time with her family in Chile.


Which is a good thing, Merruane think.

This book was so good I sent Meruane a giddy fan letter. The house was alive, it wielded its doorknobs and sharpened its fixtures while I still clung to corners that were no longer where they belonged. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Initially drawn to this book because of the very striking cover, and the insides are just as striking!

Mar 05, julieta rated it it was amazing Shelves: Description At a party, Lucina leans down to kjo up her insulin syringe when she notices a thin thread of meruwne invading her eye.

Meruane’s “Sangre en el Ojo” Wins Guadalajara International Book Fair Prize

Books by Lina Meruane. Get Unlimited Digital Access Your first month is less than a dollar. The Best Books of No trivia or quizzes yet. I can not say a lot about the translation, I mean it is a good translation Well, I won’t sxngre into the rest of the story.

Meruane’s “Sangre en el Ojo” Wins Guadalajara International Book Fair Prize

I love a book when it has that. Ook ging Georges tot voor kort vrij laat tussen 21u00 en 22u00 meruaje en hoewel hij echt een schatje is, vraagt hij tijdens zijn wakkere uurtjes vanzelfsprekend aandacht — die hij uiteraard meer dan verdient.

Having been t This book is described as a new-to-me genre — autobiographical novel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Thanks to Deep Vellum one of my favorite small presses, for bringing us a wonderful selection of literature from around the world. I later discovered that the novel is based on the writer’s own experience. Looking for beautiful books?


Een boek wat ik las met een meriane van afkeer en fascinatie. Because it is just so personal. And Maylis de Kerangalauthor of the novel I just read, The Heartwould be there, too, because her novel, like Meruane’s, is a fearless examination of the terrors of living inside a broken body.

Ciudad de zombis Spanish Edition. He says they need to wait for a meduane and then can think about an operation. Feb 22, Julie lit pour les autres rated it it was amazing Shelves: The writing style was frenetic at times and gave a taster of the uncertainty she felt as her world is changing and as it is only a short book I was able to read it in one sitting and found it totally absorbing thank you to Readers First for the advanced copy in sqngre for a fair and honest review Explore the Home Gift Guide.

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What is left of her now is pure biology: This book was nothing like any other book I have ever read.