Dos horas de sol
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Ríos, Brenda, 1975- author of prologue.
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Ciudad de México : DEBOLSILLO, 2023.
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Central Library - Spanish Fiction - Adult
Agustin, J.
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Agustin, J.
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Published
Ciudad de México : DEBOLSILLO, 2023.
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222 pages ; 19 cm
Language
Spanish

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"Un editor yuppie y su socio visitan Acapulco con el pretexto de escribir un reportaje sobre los lugares oscuros del puerto y buscando pasa un buen rato. Pero sus deseos se pierden en la frialdad inexcusable del destino cuando un huracán arrasa el puerto y los obliga a modificar sus planes. La tormenta desnuda lo que permanecía escondido: mientras uno reniega de la situación, el otro se hunde en la vida cotidiana de Acapulco. Narrada con la soltura extraordinaria y el humor exquisito que caracterizan a José Agustín, esta es una alegoría extraordinaria del México de finales del siglo XX cuya trama tiene su eje central en el viaje, tanto real como simbólico."--Page [4] of cover.
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"A yuppie editor and his partner visit Acapulco under the pretext of writing a report on the dark places of the port and looking to have a good time. But their desires are lost in the inexcusable coldness of fate when a hurricane devastates the port and forces them to modify their plans. The storm reveals what remained hidden: while one denies the situation, the other sinks into the daily life of Acapulco. Narrated with the extraordinary ease and exquisite humor that characterize José Agustín, this is an extraordinary allegory of Mexico at the end of the 20th century whose plot has its central axis in the journey, both real and symbolic."--Page [4] of cover.

Citations

APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Agustín, J., & Ríos, B. (2023). Dos horas de sol (Segunda edición en Debolsillo, abril, 2023.). DEBOLSILLO.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Agustín, José and Brenda Ríos. 2023. Dos Horas De Sol. DEBOLSILLO.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Agustín, José and Brenda Ríos. Dos Horas De Sol DEBOLSILLO, 2023.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Agustín, José,, and Brenda Ríos. Dos Horas De Sol Segunda edición en Debolsillo, abril, 2023., DEBOLSILLO, 2023.

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