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Lo invisible es la certeza que nos consta. Read the full review by visiting our website: Yet, if you care about facticity, well, good luck. De eso se trata: Aug 03, Leopoldo Del pino rated it it was amazing.
This is a great introduction to that world. At the same time, it doesn’t slough through sentiment that many sporting books do. Oncr because football itself provides its own epics, narratives, tragedies, heroes, and villains, the tdibu writer is a reiterator, working with material that already is. Football has left is working class roots as a relief from industrialization far behind.
However it happens, Villoro offers a wide sampling of opinions, ideas and reflections on how even the most strident cynic falls back into a child-like love of magic when the ball hits the back of the net. There were some paragraphs where the translation probably didn’t transmit what the author want, but overall it was a pleasant lecture.
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Roger Angell might have been able to do it, had he been born 40 years later than he was. Dios es Redondo juab Juan Villoro 4. Jan 07, Samuel Ch. I was excited to read the book, but I was disappointed.
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I learned of the origins of and changes to jersey numbers, and following a chapter on some of the great number 10s, the most lengthy continuous topic is a biography of Diego Armando Maradona, highlighting the contrasts between his life in the game and his excesses off the pitch.
El knce es la venganza del pie sobre la mano, y este libro es su decreto.
Ha sido cronista de varios Mundiales: Efectos personales by Juan Villoro 3. Too clean for success, according to Villoro.
Dios es Redondo by Juan Villoro
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Chock-a-block with great anecdotes, dazzling quotes, and dr who can only come from the world of football. De pronto, Zidane encuentra un hueco y enfila hacia la nada. VHistory shapes the ninety-minute period during which it seems anything can happen, and its influence takes a variety of forms, including a cursed stadium, the transmigration of childhood play into adult work, and war.: It’s entir Maybe it’s the English translation, but I did not find this a particularly intelligent book.
I will refer to the sport as both soccer and football, the other football having no place here. No real structure or insight, just a villpro of musings by someone who ‘s been on the scene for a while. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Nor do I know all of the players — but even a non-follower must recognize more of these legends than they might think. Villoro cites a plethora of authors: Jul 18, Paco Herrera rated it really liked it. Jan 04, Jose Luis rated it it was amazing.
God Is Round is allusive in such a way that nestles football nay, sport itself into the heart of our most significant cultural expressions.
Also, heed the title and summaries of this book As such, we bear witness to football and respond to it in fandom, of which writing itself is a type.
Villoro toma el futbol desde un punto de vista personal, para explicaselo y explicarlo a nosotros. At times, particularly near the end, he or perhaps his translator, Thomas Bunstead seems to rest on standard issue sports bar conversation: El ensayista de Efectos personales Anagrama, sabe que los grandes goles duran toda la vida y definen los destinos de quienes los presenciaron.
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However, what this antidote looks like in practice is hard to picture, given the impossibility of restoring a pre-globalization and pre-professionalization version of football, as Villoro himself concedes. I usually only read this kind of sportswriting when it is centered on baseball.