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A Parisian from Kansas Libro EPUB, PDF

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A Parisian from Kansas MOBI EPUB por Philippe Tapon
  • Libro de calificación:
    4.34 de 5 (558 votos)
  • Título Original: A Parisian from Kansas
  • Autor del libro: Philippe Tapon
  • ISBN: 978-0452277359
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:336
  • Realese fecha:1997-02-04
  • Descargar Formatos: CHM, MS WORD, MOBI, AZW, iBOOKS, PGD, PDF, TXT
  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.34 Mb
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A Parisian from Kansas por Philippe Tapon Libro PDF, EPUB

A Parisian from Kansas is a quixotic, erotic, and thoroughly spellbinding work about expatriate life in Paris, about a writer creating a novel, and about a raw-boned, HIV-positive American named Darren Swenson who wants to be made immortal in the book he asks Philippe Tapon to write. Shockingly graphic, yet delicately structured, A Parisian from Kansas folds back in upon i A Parisian from Kansas is a quixotic, erotic, and thoroughly spellbinding work about expatriate life in Paris, about a writer creating a novel, and about a raw-boned, HIV-positive American named Darren Swenson who wants to be made immortal in the book he asks Philippe Tapon to write. Shockingly graphic, yet delicately structured, A Parisian from Kansas folds back in upon itself as Darren visits his farmer parents in Kansas, meets lovers, and dies several times as the action accelerates toward a tragic but life-affirming finale. With Paris as a backdrop and an all-pervasive presence, Philippe Tapon, both character and author, writes about heiresses, intellectuals, the devil himself, and jeunesse doree, as he follows the witty, iconoclastic Darren's last days of life. A Boswell to this Johnson from Kansas, he is scribbling madly all the while. The result is alternatively phantasmagoric, hallucinatory, and journalistic - an eyewitness account of a man's dying and a novel's being born.