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" Terra Nostra is the spreading out of the novel, the exploration of its possibilities, the voyage to the edge of what only a novelist can see and say." -- Milan Kundera
One of the great, most magical books ever written.
I was completely taken away from my own world when I was reading (time just seemed to vanish from the clock), also like Pynchon but even more so in this regard.
In fact, I have yet to encounter anyone who has read the book, cover to cover but maybe you will be the first.
One of the great, most magical books ever written. Demands so much from the reader, but the rewards like few books can. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Sweet
this is a very difficult book to read. It is intense, seemingly unending sentences and a lot of repetition used to accent and intensify the narrative. Read morePublished 4 months ago by linda zises
This novel is, admittedly, difficult to read but it is a work of genius and is a must-read for lovers of the Latin-american boomPublished 16 months ago by Michael Gallaway
A jewel of magic realism, I like it as much as Garcia Marques 100 Years of solitude, great translation! (get it for the Kindle as it ways a ton! lol )Published 17 months ago by marcos wanless aguilar
Milan Kundera writes a very helpful End Note to the English translation of Fuentes' monumental meditation on history, historiography, Christianity, Kabbalism, and Spain and the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by C. Skala
Después de deleitarnos con "Aura" y "La muerte de Artemio Cruz", este prolífico escritor se lanza a la aventura de interpretar la historia y la cultura sin tener la... Read morePublished on May 16, 2012 by Otro lector
Carlos Fuentes is undoubtedly one of the more important Spanish-language novelists of the second half of the 20th century. Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by Bo K.