La trabajadora



Elvira M ndez trabaja como correctora para un gran grupo editorial Sus escasos ingresos la obligaron a mudarse a un piso al sur de Madrid, y para poder pagar el alquiler acept como inquilina, por recomendaci n de su amigo Germ n, a su antigua colega Susana, una estramb tica e inmensa rubia con algunos problemas mentales que acaba de regresar de una temporada en Utrecht Susana es una artista que hace collages con trozos de mapas, pero que trabaja como teleoperadora Elvira siempre est intentando sonsacar informaci n sobre sus labores a Susana, aunque sea s lo para conseguir un trabajo similar con el que lograr llegar a fin de mes, pero nunca lo consigue A os despu s, Elvira intenta poner punto y final a una novela que cuenta todo lo que vivi en el pasado Sentada frente a su psiquiatra, le expone que necesita que la terapia le sirva de coda a su obra y que su superaci n del miedo y su paranoia ser n narradas como un cap tulo final a partir de sus conversaciones Pero la cuesti n es y si no consigue superarlos Entonces el libro, y la vida, tendr n que quedarse como est n. Free Read [ La trabajadora ] Author [ Elvira Navarro ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.ukLa trabajadora

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La trabajadora  By Elvira Navarro IBN : 8439728069 Format : Paperback – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • La trabajadora
  • Elvira Navarro
  • Spanish
  • 20 August 2018
  • 8439728069

10 thoughts on “La trabajadora

  1. says:

    Elvira Navarro s La Trabajadora, published in 2014, was translated into English by Christine McSweeney, and published, in 2017, by the excellent Two Lines Press best known for their championing of Wolfgang Hilbig and Marie NDiaye In its 189 pages, it presents a layered meta fictional narrative that touches on female sexuality, mental illness, the city of Madrid, and the increasing division into two cities, and the impact of the financial crisis on employment security.The story is narrated by Elvira Navarro s La Trabajadora, published in 2014, was translated into English by Christine McSweeney, and published, in 2017, by the excellent Two Lines Press best known for their championing of Wolfgang Hilbig and Marie NDiaye In its 189 pages, it presents a layered meta fictional narrative that touches on female sexuality, mental illness, the city of Madrid, and the increasing division into two cities, and the impact of the financial crisis on employment security.The story is narrated by Elisa, who works as a proofreader for a publisher...

  2. says:

    This book snuck up on me It kept getting better and better and I couldn t really put my finger on why I was enjoying it so much After finishing, I think it s because it s such a multifaceted, mutating work It changes from one thing to another, which is a testament to both its subtlety and, from a story standpoint, the baseline unreliability of the characters.I think what s most impressive about the book is how many layers there are to it There s a whole aspect of the book that weaves in the This book snuck up on me It kept getting better and better and I couldn t really put my finger on why I was enjoying it so much After finishing, I think it s because it s such a multifaceted, mutating work It changes from one thing to another, which is a testament to both its subtlety and, from a st...

  3. says:

    elvira navarro was one of the 22 young spanish language novelists featured in granta s best of issue in late 2010 most of whom have had full length works translated into english since navarro s a working woman la trabajadorais the second of her novels to be rendered into english after the happy city.the spanish author s 2014 novel named a best book by several spanish publications is the often unsettling story of elena and susana narrated mostly from the perspective of the former , r elvira navarro was one of the 22 young spanish language novelists featu...

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    Me ha encantado Quiz al final me sabe un poco a poco porque quisiera conocer m s detalles de Elisa y Germ n pero a pesar de ello, me ha gustado mucho Me siento identificada con la protagonista precariedad laboral en el mundo editorial Amigas obsesionad...

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    There s a woman who wants to find someone who will lick her pussy while she s on her period during a full moon This woman has a gay dwarf boyfriend with psychic powersThere s another woman who works for a publishing house but never gets paid Everybody seems to be unstable, on meds and constantly showing severe signs of psychosis There s a gang of Romanies who go around in a truck throwing pieces of cardboard at one of the women Lots of ske...

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    There s a small part of me that thinks maybe I only picked up this book because the author s first name is Elvira and that s an unusual name that my mother also happens to share There s a larger part of me that is certain I only picked up A Working Woman because it s a work in translation and struck me as similar to How Should a Person Be by Shelia Heti a novel that I adore Both parts of me are glad I decided to read this slim volume Navarro s prose is evocative, incisive, and richly detai There s a small part of me that thinks maybe I only picked up this book because the author s first name is Elvira and that s an unusual name that my mother also happens to share There s a larger part of me that is certain I only picked up A Working Woman because it s a work in translation and struck me as similar to How Should a Person Be by Shelia Heti a novel that I adore Both parts of me are glad I decided to read this slim volume Navarro s prose is evocative, incisive, and richly detailed It seduces you with its descriptions of bohemia...

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    Le recientemente un par de novelas 1,2 de Albert Cossery y en ellas sus personajes aspiraban a no tener nada, a no atarse a ninguna ambici n, a ning n sue o de autorrealizaci n personal Un libro como este de Elvira Navarro Huelva, 1978 , va precisamente en la direcci n contraria Aqu sus personajes y la inmensa mayor a de los que aparecen en las novelas de los escritores espa oles de unos cuarenta a os, buscan progresar, medrar, alcanzar una estabilidad, triunfar y si no lo consiguen se fr Le recientemente un par de novelas 1,2 de Albert Cossery y en ellas sus personajes aspiraban a no tener nada, a no atarse a ninguna ambici n, a ning n sue o de autorrealizaci n personal Un libro como este de Elvira Navarro Huelva, 1978 , va precisamente en la direcci n contraria Aqu sus personajes y la inmensa mayor a de los que aparecen e...

  8. says:

    A fascinating work of metafiction reminiscent of aspects of Valeria Luiselli s Faces in the Crowd and Ben Lerner s At the Atocha Station It s not an enjoyable read per se, but a haunting portrait of psychosis in a life pushed to the margins I ll be...

  9. says:

    tuviese que describir en una palabra lo que me ha provocado la lectura de La Trabajadora , de Elvira Navarro Mondadori , dir a empat a Y por qu , pues en resumidas cuentas, porque se trata de un retrato de la inestabilidad, el vac o y la precariedad de la juventud actual, as como su consecuencia o propuesta ante esta situaci n la locura, ya sea voluntaria o involuntaria, desde la que construir, si no una identidad, ni tampoco un camino, s un refu tuviese que describir en una palabra lo que me ha provocado la lectura de La Trabajadora , de Elvira Navarro Mondadori , dir a empat a Y por qu , pues en resumidas cuentas, porque se trata de un retrato de la inestabilidad, el vac o y la precariedad de la juventud actual, as como su consecuencia o propuesta ante esta situaci n la locura, ya sea voluntaria o involuntaria, desde la que construir, si no una identidad, ni tampoco un camino, s un refugio Desde la po tica, y s , digo po tica por todo lo que rodea a la obra un cuidad simo lenguaje, una detallada y perfecta ambientaci n de las af...

  10. says:

    I love it when breaches open up, and when things take an unexpected turn If you dislike books that resist easy interpretation, this novel may not be for you A riddle disclosed in three parts, A Working Woman opens in the mind of Susana, who recalls a psychological break she experienced twenty years before the central action of the novel takes place Susana s story is punctuated by italicized asides from her present day roommate, Elisa Nu ez The book proceeds from the perspective of Elisa, wh I love it when breaches open up, and when things take an unexpected turn If you dislike books that resist easy interpretation, this novel may not be for you A riddle disclosed in three parts, A Working Woman opens in the mind of Susana, who recalls a psychological break she experienced twenty years before the central action of the novel takes place Sus...

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