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Cuchilla by Evelio Rosero. Oscar David rated it really liked it Jun 04, Mateo Solo is a story about a child confined in his own home.


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Retrieved from ” https: Felipe Herrera Lopez rated it it was amazing Nov 05, Books by Evelio Rosero. Lists with This Book. His work has been translated into a dozen European languages.

His stories, sometimes filled with fantastic characters, are beautiful metaphors of humanity and man’s fallibility.

He is a Colombian writer and journalist, who reached international acclaim after winning in the prestigious Tusquets Prize. Once again, the visual experience of a child, this time a girl, builds the world of cucilla and family, unveiling all the brutality and meanness of adults as seen with her ingenuousness.

New visions on good and evil, adolescence, love and vices and even the horror of Colombia’s longtime war are some of the main topics in his books. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This was the first book where Rosero involved other themes from Colombia’s tragical reality such as kidnappingpresented here as a permanent threat that in the end justifies Juliana’s own confinement.

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He is a Colombian writer and journalist, who won in the Tusquets Prize. Maria Coronel rated it it was amazing Aug 16, After these early successess, Rosero fled to Europe and lived first in Paris and later in Barcelona.


Evelio Rosero’s motto eosero be ‘a heart that feels, eyes that see’. Sarita rated it did not like it Mar ccuchilla, Angie Medina rated it liked it Dec 24, William rated it really liked it Feb 08, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

As Juliana watches her parents and relatives, she builds them. One morning, after his usual walk, Ismael finds out that some soldiers of God knows what armies had taken away his neighbors.

Juliana’s world is her own house and family. After these early successes, Rosero fled to Europe and lived first in Paris and later in Barcelona. Please help by adding reliable sources. Diego rated it really liked it Apr 27, Mitsuko Kyozoku Takarai rated it it was josd May 25, Adriana rated it really liked it Jun 19, Julian Posada rated it really liked it Jan 09,