13 edition of Red April found in the catalog.
|Statement||Santiago Roncagliolo ; translated from Spanish by Edith Grossman.|
|Contributions||Grossman, Edith, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||PQ8498.28.O4187 A6313 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008036654|
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(32). Book Description A chilling, internationally acclaimed political thriller, Red April is a grand achievement in contemporary Latin American fiction, written by the youngest winner ever of the Alfaguara Prize—one of the most prestigious in the Spanish-speaking world—and translated from the Spanish by one of our most celebrated literary translators, Edith Grossman/5(32).
A chilling, internationally acclaimed political thriller, Red Aprilis a grand achievement in contemporary Latin American fiction, written by the youngest /5(10). Red April evokes Holy Week during a cruel, bloody, and terrifying time in Peru’s history, shocking for its corrosive mix of assassination, bribery, intrigue, torture, and enforced disappearance – a war between grim, ideologically driven terrorism and morally bankrupt government counterinsurgence.
Get this from a library. Red April. [Santiago Roncagliolo] -- "The war against the Shining Path is over. Yet when a charred and mutilated body is discovered during Carnival, the people of the small town of Ayacucho understand that death has once more returned.
Red April. [Santiago Roncagliolo; Edith Grossman] -- Felix Chacaltana Saldivar is a hapless, by-the-book, unambitious prosecutor living in Lima.
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A chilling, internationally acclaimed political thriller, Red April is a grand achievement in contemporary Latin American fiction, written by the youngest winner ever of the Alfaguara Prize - one of the most prestigious in the Spanish-speaking world - and translated from the Spanish by one of our most celebrated literary translators, Edith Grossman.
About the Author. SANTIAGO RONCAGLIOLO was born in Lima, Peru, in He is the author of two other novels; Red April, which will appear in eleven languages, marks his debut in English. He currently lives in s: ACIP and Red Book Wording: “ recommends starting the series at age 11 or 12 years of age and states that vaccination can be administered starting at age 9 years.
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Mario Vargas Llosa's most despairing novel is a whodunit set amid the blood-steeped Maoist insurgency of Peru's Shining Path. Santiago Roncagliolo's Red April returns to the aftermath of that guerrilla war and counter-insurgency of the s and 90s, w people were : Maya Jaggi.
Red April - remarkable for the self-assured clarity of its style, the inexorable momentum of its exposition, and the moral complexity of its concerns - traces the investigation of a bizarre, horrible murder, conducted by a mother-haunted, literature-loving, by-the-book prosecutor, Felix Chacaltana Saldivar, a heretofore unambitious petty.
Santiago Roncagliolo was born in Lima, Peri, in He is the author of two other novels; Red April marks his debut in English. He currently lives in Barcelona. More Author Information. Save your sick days. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.
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Red April, the first book by Peruvian author Santiago Roncagliolo to be translated into English, is built around Peru's deadly internal warfare of the late 20th Century. Associate District Prosecutor Félix Chacaltana Saldívar has voluntarily transferred from a post in Lima, the nation's capital.
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Author Santiago Roncagliolo starts Red April with the discovery of a mutilated, incinerated body. In charge of his first murder investigation since leaving Lima, Chacaltana attempts to do his usual “proper” investigation – in other words, a cursory handling that lacks any true substance.
Red April was the winner of the International Foreign Fiction Prize (IFFP), a literary award I have started to follow closely now that I read more books in translation.
The novel was translated into English by Edith Grossman and is a book that I picked up in order to read more books from South America. Red April is rooted in Peru's past and present, but resonates far beyond.' --Guardian `Violence stalks the pages of this sophisticated work of terrifying cunning; here is a novel to make one gasp and wonder anew at the furtive extremes of human behaviour A dark and almost unhinged display.' Irish Times --Irish Times/5(26).
Updates to Red Book. Show All Hide All. Posted March Update: AAP Report on Initial Guidance: Management of Infants Born to Mothers with COVID The AAP has recently published a new report. " Red April, faithfully translated by Edith Grossman, can be better read as a courageous investigation of an all-too-real contemporary reality.
In a direct, easy style, Roncagliolo uses the techniques of a police procedural thriller to tell the terrible story of a society without hope." - Michael Eaude, Independent on Sunday. This sophisticated thriller drops readers into one of the most violent parts of the world: the small city of Ayacucho in the Andes of southern Peru, where.
About Red April. A chilling political thriller set at the end of Peru’s grim war between Shining Path terrorists and a morally bankrupt government counterinsurgency. Associate District Prosecutor Felix Chacaltana Saldivar is a by-the-book prosecutor wading through life.
Atlantic Books, London, Paperback, Pages Price: £ ISBN Review by Amit Shankar Saha Calcutta University, India Santiago Roncagliolo's third novel, but the first one to be translated into English from Spanish, Red April, has elements of classic noir murder mystery mixed with a Kafkaesque style.
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Red April, it could be argued, digs deeper and strikes harder than works by any of those august excursionists. Roncagliolo's father, a political scientist, took the family from Lima into temporary.
The book reminded me ofbut the crucial difference between the two is that things actually happen in Red April. The plot is fast paced and reaches a satisfactory conclusion, successfully combining a complex thriller with deeper political commentary.
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Despite the buzz around fiction from Northern Europe, Red April, the first book by Peruvian author Santiago Roncagliolo to be translated into.
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Su libro Abril rojo (Alfaguara, ) lo convirtió en el ganador más joven del Premio Alfaguara de Novela., y está en vías de traducción a más de diez idiomas/5.