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    Se réapproprie sa propre Histoire le premier roman de Miguel Bonnefoy lauréat en 2013 du Prix du Jeune Ecrivai.

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    PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î Miguel Bonnefoy was born in France in 1986 to a Venezuelan mother and a Chilean father In 2013 he was awarded the Prix du Jeune Ecrivain which has previously helped to launch the careers of writers such as Marie Darrieussec Octavio's Journey is Bonnefoy's first novel written in FrenchFrom

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      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookDon Octavio is one decision away from determining his life's trajectory Born in Trinidad he is illiterate like his father before him As a member of the native population he has been denied an education He stays in the shadows trying to blend in He works in shady places as a messenger or laborerIn 1908 he is living in a Venezuelan slum Noise and commotion are pervasive Don Octavio lives in a flimsy hillside abode where wealth is defined by the number of windows in your dwelling He hides his illiteracy by cutting and bandaging his hand rendering him temporarily unable to write Presenting this excuse during a doctor visit and having no paper to write on when the doctor has forgotten his prescription pad Octavio asks the doctor to write the name of the medicine on his table O


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      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookI was given an advance copy of this book by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewI wish that I had read this novella in a college level literature class I am a bit frustrated because I feel that I only was able to appreciate about 23 of this fine book Octavio’s journey is an allegorical story of the history of Venezuela The author clearly had much to say and while I was able to follow the concepts of Octavio the main character a giant who symbolizes the country as it develops as Venezuela betraying his own culture and history wandering lost until ultimately finding himself I feel that in a University class some historical background would have really made the differenceIf I may make a suggestion it might be interesti


    3. Mandy Mandy says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookThis short but affecting fable set in Venezuela tells the story of Octavio an illiterate man whose chance meeting with a dynamic woman – called Venezuela – changes his life in ways he could never have imagined There’s no happy ending for his relationship with the women Venezuela but I assume we are to understand that somehow his relationship with the country is rewarding The story line is compelling enough even if like me you don’t really understand what it’s all about I’ve read a uote from the author that “It’s the story of a man travelling through a country and of that country travelling through a man” I’m not familiar enough with Venezuela to know how effective the novel is as fable or allegory and would have appreciated an introductory essay but the narrative and Octavio himself are interesting eno


    4. Frédéric Frédéric says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookWonderfully written from beginning to end this short novel shifts to a metaphorical journey half through and lost me in the processIn Venezuela in the 50’s or 60’s probably the illiterate Octavio starts to learn his letters with a nice woman herself named Venezuela For these two not in their prime any they’re probably in their 50s this apprenticeship gives birth to sensible sentiments Then Octavio does something that makes him leave the town and here begins a surreal journey in the countryside which nature and goal totally eluded meI’m probably not the best audience for this kind of stories so take my judgement with a grain of salt The author writes with a beautiful poetic style and I’m pretty sure people fond of Garcia Maruez or Neruda will like it than I did


    5. Eddie Clarke Eddie Clarke says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookSweet little magical realist fable Sensuous detail some compelling imagery


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      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookI received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest reviewGenuinely and sensitively written you can read this book either as the story of a man's life


    7. K. K. says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookTrigger warnings Violence probably some other stuff but I read this like a week ago and it was under a hundred pages soThis book is very reminiscent for me of Gabriel Garcia Maruez It's set in Venezuela and involves peculiar characters and magical realism So Really I don't have a HUGE amount to say about this It's only 90 something pages so there's not a lot of time for character development or story development or anything like that The first half was definitely interesting to me than the second and the ending was downright weird But I'm glad I read it it definitely gave me a lot to think about


    8. Jimena Jimena says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookA little jewel and homage to magical realism If you like García Máruez you'll love this book


    9. Kristine Kristine says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBook Octavio's Journey by Miguel Bonnefoy is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early FebruaryWhile acting as a domestic accomplice to a local street gang Octavio struggles to hide his illiteracy when he meets a bohemian intellectual named Venezuela It's a really well written short story that talks about the slim divide between the old and new cultures of South America and very very accurately depicts both the feeling of meeting someone vicariously new and going off on your own for a soul searching journey


    10. SueLucie SueLucie says:

      PDF Le voyage dOctavio Kindle ´ Le voyage PDF or î mdeparenpar.co î voyage mobile, doctavio book, Le voyage pdf, Le voyage dOctavio eBookReview copy courtesy of Gallic Books via NetGalley many thanks for the opportunity to read this I understand this to be an allegorical tale of Venezuela’s history but I confess that was lost on me and I enjoyed it as a story of a man’s life The most moving aspect of the book for me was Octavio’s experience of learning to read and write having been illiterate throughout his childhood and early adulthood Not only can he get by easily in daily life it is as though he has been cured of blindness and he sees everything differently He is enthralled by the way he can now hang on to words and feelings that would have vanished as soon as they were uttered before Very well writtenOctavio flees his home after becoming caught up in a burglary gone wrong and spends decades wand


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