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En el café de la juventud perdida

En el café de la juventud perdida

Una hermosísima novela sobre el poder de la memoria y la búsqueda de la identidad. París, años 60. En el café Condé se reúnen poetas malditos, futuros situacionistas y estudiantes fascinados por la bohemia parisina. Y aunque la nostalgia de aquellos años perdidos parecería ser el tema central de la novela, Modiano le da un giro sorprendente. Porque ésta es también una novela de misterio. Todos los personajes, todas las historias, confluyen en la enigmática Louki. Cuatro hombres nos cuentan sus encuentros y desencuentros con la hija de una trabajadora del Moulin-Rouge. Algunos la buscan, otros la aman, y para casi todos ellos la chica encarna el inalcanzable objeto del deseo.

Titulo:En el café de la juventud perdida
Idioma de edición:Spanish
ISBN:9788433974860
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Patrick Modiano is a French-language author and playwright and winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature.


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  • Mutasim Billah

    "There were two entrances to the café, but she always opted for the narrower one hidden in the shadows." Paris, 1950s. We're inside a café called Condé. Bohemian youth and some older men form th...

  • Steven Godin

    “She had known right from the outset that things would turn out badly for us.” Young, disaffected students along with the failed and weary are the patrons of the cafe Condé—collectively known a...

  • Dolors

    Set against the backdrop of the sixties in Paris, “In the Café of Lost Youth” explores the idea of a safe haven for those who wander through the “neutral zones” of a city where past, present ...

  • Jim Fonseca

    The focus is initially on a group of Paris café regulars; men and women, all between the ages of 19 and 25. Three older men hang out with the group. The young people may or may not be students – th...

  • Duane

    Paris in the 1950's. If I could choose a time travel destination, it might just be there and then. The War was history, the city was beautiful, and a Bohemian lifestyle existed in a cafe culture that ...

  • Algernon (Darth Anyan)

    At the halfway point of the journey making up real life, we were surrounded by a gloomy melancholy, one expressed by so very many derisive and sorrowful words in the cafe of lost youth. With this epi...

  • Hugh

    This is my second experience of Patrick Modiano - I read Dora Bruder a few years ago and to be honest didn't really enjoy it or quite get the point of it. It has been chosen as a group read this month...

  • Jacob Overmark

    This has been a very emotional trip to Paris, touching on so many levels.I picture myself walking the streets of Paris. My then girlfriend was studying and working near the Opera, and I had too much s...

  • Denis

    Lots of things have been written about Modiano's "little music", and once again it is his little music (a certain way of writing, a unique way of creating a special atmosphere, etc) that holds this no...

  • Vicky

    There is a sense of sadness as I begin to write my review of this book. Sadness because the book is about someone or something lost; the titular youth or the selves each of the four narrators has left...

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