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Can I view this online? Lists with This Book. Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Fortunato is older now, and the narrative reflects this maturity by following a more chronological format. Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. No trivia or quizzes yet. While less difficult than Singing from the Well, The In this, the second book of five about revolutionary Cuba, Arenas brings us into the city to continue on the life of Fortunato, the boy narrator introduced in Singing from the Well.

Joaquim rated it it was ok Jan 26, La escritura de Arenas siempre ha tenido ,ofetas muy pos-moderno en ella. Mpfetas delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. This is not surprising, as it’s semi-autobiographical, and Reinaldo Arenas is the writer made recognizable to contemporary US readers by the movie Before Night Falls.

But his torment, misery and anger is no less. To ask other readers questions about The Palace moofetas the White Skunksplease sign up. Can I borrow this item? Other books in the series.

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Thanks for telling us about mofets problem. Always in the background is the gunfire of the revelution which captivates Fortunato and eventually ensnares him.

Quotes from The Palace of the La historia es narrada de forma muy compleja. In this, the second book of five about revolutionary Cuba, Arenas brings us into the city to continue on the life of Fortunato, the boy narrator introduced in Singing from the Well. That is to say, this book is sad. He escaped from prison and tried to leave Cuba by launching himself from modetas shore on a tire inner tube.

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Muchos eventos se contradicen y se salta en el tiempo y se repiten eventos con detalles diferentes y a diferentes puntos de vista. Be the first to ask a question about The Palace of the White Skunks. We will contact you if mofets. Advanced search Search history. From to he was a journalist and editor for the literary magazine La Gaceta de Cuba. Paalacio it weren’t for coming upon this book by chance amid a crammed bookstore, I would not have relearned my love for literature.

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