HomeTravel updatesTravel and letters: three books for three destinations (V)

Travel and letters: three books for three destinations (V)

Travel and letters: three books for three destinations (V)

“Living without reading is dangerous, because it forces you to settle for life.” Michael Houellebecq.

Just as there are seasons in which one stops reading as if one had forgotten that one knows how to do it, as if he no longer knew how to sit on the couch, turn on a light, open a book and follow the letters with his eyes., one by one, as if those ancient codes had lost their meaning, because just the same, exactly the same, there are seasons in which one suffers the urge to get stuck on the couch and turn on a light and open a book and swallow pages and chapters. AND return to the library and raid bookstores and not wanting to be invited to parties or events or plans: now I just want to readuntil I forget, one afternoon, how to do it.

Carrère searches, once again, in the human condition

Talks with my right hemisphere, by Hernán Casciari

Casciari is capable of making the flight of a fly interesting. Is the king of anecdotes. The king of storytelling. He never starts a story by saying “It was March 12, a cold afternoon in…”. He starts by saying: “do you know what happened to me when I came here?”, and he has already hooked you, with his Argentine tune and his well-trained verb. Casciari can be read, he should be read, an easy and fun read.

Talks with my right hemisphere, book by Hernán Casciari

He himself says that he writes so that everyone can read him, he does not want subordinate phrases or complexities. But what is essential is listening to him: Casciari tells stories and you listen, attentive, you get emotional, you cry, you laugh, that’s it.

@media screen and (min-width: 768px) { #article_bsc { display: none; } }

Source: Viajar

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments