Voices Of Time: A Life In Stories by Eduardo Galeano

Voices Of Time: A Life In Stories

byEduardo Galeano

Paperback | April 17, 2007

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In this kaleidoscope of reflections, renowned South American author Eduardo Galeano ranges widely, from childhood to love, music, plants, fear, indignity, and indignation. In the signal style of his bestselling Memory of Fire trilogy--brief fragments that build steadily into an organic whole--Galeano offers a rich, wry history that is both calmly philosophical and fiercely political.

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Eduardo Galeano (1940-2015) is the author of Upside Down, the Memory of Fire trilogy (for which he won the 1989 American Book Award), Open Veins of Latin America, and many other works. He lived in Montevideo, Uruguay.
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Title:Voices Of Time: A Life In StoriesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8.25 × 5.76 × 0.92 inPublished:April 17, 2007Publisher:PicadorLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0312426828

ISBN - 13:9780312426828

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"Whimsical, poignant, moving fiestas that skip through decades, even centuries, to gather up the far-flung voices of dictators and militants, exiles and immigrants, tango singers, soccer players, and writer friends, not to mention the testimonies of trees, rivers, and wind." -Vanity Fair"Eduardo Galeano is one of South America's most distinguished literary figures." -The Washington Post"Evoking the call of poets and singers, and the mysterious voices of wind, moon, trees, and dreams, Galeano remains, first and foremost, a wonder-struck raconteur." -The New Yorker"Voices of Time consists of three hundred and thirty-three . . . electrical charges, occasions of wonderment, lessons in fraternity . . . There are birdsongs, Beethoven's electricity, and, of course, Eduardo Galeano, who is a fiesta." -The Nation