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by Zoé Valdés,Zoe Valdes

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  • ISBN 840803684X
  • ISBN13 978-8408036845
  • Language Spanish
  • Author Zoé Valdés,Zoe Valdes
  • Publisher Planeta Pub Corp (1999)
  • Formats lrf mbr rtf docx
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1338 kb
  • Size Fb2 1489 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 270


Zoé Valdés (born May 2, 1959 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban novelist, poet, scriptwriter, film director and blogger. She studied at the Instituto Superior Pedagógico Enrique José Varona, but did not graduate.

Zoé Valdés (born May 2, 1959 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban novelist, poet, scriptwriter, film director and blogger. From 1984 to 1988, she worked for the Delegación de Cuba at UNESCO in Paris and in the Oficina Cultural de la Misión de Cuba in Paris. She lives with her daughter in Paris.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Te di la vida entera fue finalista del Premio Planeta en 1996 y obtuvo un enorme exito de publico. Presenta una vision femenina.

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Este libro retrata con humor y erotismo sesenta años de la vida de una mujer cubana.

Zoé Valdes est une petite voix, mutine, drôle, sensible et implacable. Lo esperó toda la vida y a su recuerdo entregó la vida entera. cette petite voix décrit l'absurde, le temps qui passe, ce qu'on en fait et ce qu'il fait de nous. A Cuba comme ailleurs, profonde peut-être l'abime, profonde aussi peut-être la détermination. mientras su amor continuaba intacto como el primer día. Muy interesante el pensamiento habanero y la mentalidad de sus gentes.

Presenta una visión femenina, llena de energía, de la Cuba en la que se crió Zoé Valdes: las pasiones tumultuosas y los amores más bellos, al lado de una miseria insufrible.

Te di la vida entera fue finalista del Premio Planeta en 1996 y obtuvo un enorme éxito de público  . Presenta una visión femenina, llena de energía, de la Cuba en la que se crió Zoé Valdes: las pasiones tumultuosas y los amores más bellos, al lado de una miseria insufrible.

Havana, Havana Province, Cuba. Zoé Valdés is a Cuban writer. From 1984 to 1988, she worked for the Delegación de Cuba at United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris and in the Oficina Cultural de la Misión de Cuba in Paris.

Winner of the prestigious Azorín Prize for Fiction, the best-selling novel about love, sacrifice, and Picasso's mistress, Dora Maar. A writer resembling Zoé Valdés-a Cuban exile living in Paris with her husband and young daughter-is preparing a novel on the life of Dora Maar, one of the most promising artists in the Surrealist movement until she met Pablo Picasso. The middle-aged Picasso was already the god of the art world's avant-garde.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Zoe Valdes books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Te di la vida entera. Yocandra in the Paradise of Nada.

Zoé Valdés at a book fair in Paris, France, in March 2009  . 1997 Los poemas de la Habana. 1996 Te di la vida entera (English translation, I Gave You All I Had, 2011). 1996 Cólera de ángeles.

Zoé Valdés at a book fair in Paris, France, in March 2009 She studied at the Instituto Superior Pedagógico Enrique José Varona, but did not graduate. 1995 La nada cotidiana (English translation, Yocandra in the Paradise of Nada, 1999).

Talk about Te di la vida entera


Saithi
Haven't read the book yet, but I love this author.
Kahavor
satisfied with the purchase
Arashigore
Any Cuban who have lived through Castro's dictatorship in La Habana, KNOWS that Ms. Valdés is telling the truth. She is a very young writer which explains why "Te Di La Vida Entera" is not a perfect book. But in spite of her mistakes, she deserves any kind of recognition for her courage, her skills to write things exactly the way they are. And, like we used to say in Cuba, because "no tiene pelos en la lengua" (or loosely translated "call things by their names"). She writes in "Cuban" which is a plus. I enjoyed this book extensively. It brought back painful memories of the times I used to live in Havana. I am waiting for her breaktrough in the US.
Bodwyn
Aunque la trama de la novela no es muy convincente, la realidad de la vida en Cuba antes, durante y despues del triunfo de la revolucion Castrista a travez de la vida de Cuca Martinez y aquellas personas que se entrelazan con ella. Muy bueno leerlo para aquellos que conocen muy de cerca la verdad que envuelve Cuba, su gente y su regimen.
Marg
Guillermo Cabrera Infante, the Cuban dissident writer who lives in London, appears to be always present in "Te di la vida entera". Ms Valdes refers to his physical presence in some moments and, above all, Infante is a big influence in her way of writing.
Like Infante, Ms. Valdes hates Castro and the Revolution; like Infante, she makes use of a strong eroticism; like Infante, she likes to tell jokes and to play with the words, in a way which resembles erudiction. Unhappily to us, Ms. Valdes is not as talented as Cabrera Infante. So the literature gives way to an angry panphlet. Remember "Strawberry and Chocolate" to see we can recognize the dignity of the Cuban people even if we are critical of the Cuban regime.
caif
As expected, and quick turn around. Thank you.
Larosa
I read this book in April 2001 in my visit to Cuba . I found it interesting . The misery before and after the revolution is well present . But also the strength and the pride of the Cuban people . Following the life and the loves of a woman during her entire life , one can feel that hunger and despair already existed well before Fidel Castro . The only new thing after the Revolution is the lack of liberty . The will of that woman to fight against all the difficulties is well told to us through comical situations , where the Cuban music always plays its role .