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Thu Oct 16 17:59:57 2014 UTClccn-n840883120.23Kalpa imperial : the greatest empire that never was /0.671.00Angélica Gorodischer [interview]79054003Angélica_Gorodischern 840883121123056Gorodischer, Angelicalccn-n82115618Heker, Lilianalccn-n86052641Somers, Armoníalccn-n82117494Guido, Beatrizlccn-n83185058Queiroz, Rachel de1910-2003lccn-n86070449Dávila, Amparolccn-n81004101Telles, Lygia Fagundeslccn-n81099007Castellanos, Rosariolccn-n80098243Cabrera, Lydialccn-n84190214Kociancich, Vladylccn-n79082045Angel, Albalucía1939-Gorodischer, AngélicaFictionFantasy fictionAdventure storiesScience fictionLatin American fiction--Women authorsLatin American fictionLatin AmericaSpanish fictionGorodischer, AngélicaLatin American literatureLatin American literature--Women authorsWomenSpace and timeInterplanetary voyagesBusinessmenSpanish languageCien años de soledad (García Márquez, Gabriel)Short stories--Women authorsWomen authorsSpanish American literature--Women authorsAutobiographical fiction, ArgentineScience fictionFoodSensualityNovalis,Short stories, Latin AmericanBooks and readingArgentinaAuthorshipWomen--Social life and customsMotion picturesImmigrantsJewsPhotographySelf-perceptionBrothers and sistersFantasy fictionWomen authors, ArgentineWomen and literatureKozameh, Alicia,Dujovne Ortiz, AliciaMercado, Tununa,Shua, Ana María,Argentine literature--Women authorsDiaconú, Alina,Heker, LilianaKodama, MaríaValenzuela, Luisa,Science fiction--Women authorsEthnicity in literatureArgentina--Córdoba (Province)Argentine literatureSomers, ArmoníaSpanish American fiction1929196519671968197219731977197919801983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013413680283863.64PQ7798.17.O73ocn760693691ocn312756884ocn8075999377461ocn012313251book19860.33Manguel, AlbertoOther fires : short fiction by Latin American womenFiction3538ocn052743026book20030.23Gorodischer, AngélicaKalpa imperial : the greatest empire that never wasFictionFantasy fictionA novel of linked tales tells the story of an imaginary civilization, from its origins as a collection of hunter-gatherer tribes to its zenith as a sophisticated technological empire+-+905570684622817ocn783151803book19790.33Gorodischer, AngélicaTrafalgar : a novelFictionScience fictionAdventure storiesFantasy fictionNobody knows if Trafalgar Medrano actually travels to the stars, but whenever he is in town he stretches his stories out over at least seven coffees and everyone knows he is the best storyteller in town1738ocn030623741book19940.84Gorodischer, AngélicaMujeres de palabra1218ocn038878306book19830.95Gorodischer, AngélicaMala noche y parir hembra : cuentos11717ocn010823326book19840.94Gorodischer, AngélicaKalpa imperial1169ocn012340335book19850.90Gorodischer, AngélicaFloreros de alabastro, alfombras de Bokhara1145ocn030434800book19930.77Gorodischer, AngélicaFábula de la virgen y el bomberoFiction1146ocn046381068book20000.93Gorodischer, AngélicaMenta+-+42367955041067ocn041635971book19980.79Esas malditas mujeres : antología de cuentistas latinoamericanas+-+76016742341016ocn054997706book20040.95Gorodischer, AngélicaHistoria de mi madre+-+4370795504956ocn040125966book19980.95Gorodischer, AngélicaCómo triunfar en la vida916ocn050698299book20020.96Gorodischer, AngélicaDoquier906ocn036843978book19960.93Gorodischer, AngélicaLa Noche del inocente : conseja moralizante para uso de pecadores897ocn025575108book19910.90Gorodischer, AngélicaLas republicas+-+2076060504324865ocn062463135book20050.97Gorodischer, AngélicaTumba de jaguares+-+6372795504848ocn018439662book19880.90Gorodischer, AngélicaJugo de mango744ocn236297651book20080.97Gorodischer, AngélicaTres coloresFiction712ocn429918251book20090.94Gorodischer, AngélicaLa cámara oscura706ocn031483391book19940.90Gorodischer, AngélicaProdigios"La casa del poeta Novalis acoge las vidas de varias mujeres durante el siglo diecinueve. Con humor, ironía y un firme manejo de la atmósfera en que se desarrolla la acción, Gorodischer ofrece una trama misteriosa y secreta de estos destinos atrapados entre los muros de la vieja casona"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58702ocn020480799book19950.96Boca de dama : la narrativa de Angélica GorodischerCriticism, interpretation, etc613ocn352891680book20090.97Aletta de Sylvas, GracielaLa aventura de escribir : la narrativa de Angélica GorodischerCriticism, interpretation, etc533ocn173651001book20070.97Gorodischer, AngélicaA la tarde, cuando llueve414ocn225539482book20070.88Vélez García, Juan RamónAngelica Gorodischer : fantasía y metafísica / Juan Ramón Vélez GarcíaCriticism, interpretation, etc281ocn467776561visu20090.86La cámara oscura The camera obscuraDramaFilm adaptationsGertrudis is a Jewish immigrant born on the docks when her parents' ship arrived in Argentina. She was reluctant to be photographed being dubbed ugly by her jealous brother. While married to an older rancher she was drawn to the photographer, handsome but physically impaired who was hired to photograph their ranch. The film uses live action, still photography, and a short piece of animation to convey the message of this film211ocn451563978book20090.86Díaz, Gwendolyn JosieMujer y poder en la literatura argentina : relatos, entrevistas y ensayos críticosCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviews51ocn037690432book19950.97Anderlini, SilviaGeocultura e identidad narrativa en la región serrana de CórdobaCriticism, interpretation, etc33ocn781790977rcrd20071.00Gorodischer, AngélicaAngélica Gorodischer [interview]InterviewsEsteban Peicovich reads a work by Ingeborg Bachmann and quotes Anthony Burgess, Jorge Luis Borges, Samuel Beckett, Viktor Shklovsky, and Julio Cortazar. Peicovich reads a text written by journalist and novelist Manuel Vicent about Amancio Prada. He gives several book recommendations including Malcolm Lowry's Bajo el volcan and Eduardo Mendicutti's Yo no tengo la culpa de haber nacido tan sexy. Peicovich interviews Angelica Gorodischer, who was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1928. She talks about her first experiences with reading and writing, and later experiences during her education that led her to become a writer. They discuss storytelling as a lie and writing as a necessity for all people. Gorodischer talks about the impact or message she tries to execute through her writing. She continues to enjoy the works of authors such as Jorge Luis Borges and Virginia Woolf. Some of her works, which are not discussed, include Cuentos con soldados (1965), Las pelucas (1968), Trafalgar (1979), and Kalpa Imperial (1983). The works which are most dear to her include Floreros de Albastro, Alfombras de Bokhara, and Jugo de Mango. She currently lives in Rosario in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, where she has spent her whole life11ocn793856510book20101.00Colvin, Sulma LLa autoidentidad y la inteligencia emocional en tres cuentos de Angélica GorodischerCriticism, interpretation, etcDissertations, AcademicLos tres personajes femeninos en los cuentos de Angélica Gorodischer, son mujeres de diferentes estratos sociales, pero las tres están unidas por el mismo deseo de triunfar en la vida e irónicamente, las tres usan el mismo instrumento para lograrlo: el delito. La inteligencia, sus emociones y sus deseos de ser legítimas, son herramientas que tienen en común y que utilizan para salir del anonimato11ocn019109987mix19881.00Genovese, AliciaEspacios ausentes del boom : Garro, Gorodischer, SomersCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9055706846+-+9055706846Thu Oct 16 15:20:42 EDT 2014batch20034