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Perez-Reverte

(ˈpɛrɛz rəˈvɛːteɪ)
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(Biography) Arturo. born 1951, Spanish novelist and writer; his books include The Fencing Master (1988), The Dumas Club (1993), The Queen of the South (2002), and the historical 'Captain Alatriste' series, beginning with Captain Alatriste (1996)
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Las reacciones no se hicieron esperar en ambos lados del Atlantico: desde los rechazos mas iracundos de los politicos espanoles, en plena batalla preelectoral, y el del escritor Arturo Perez-Reverte; los que invitaron a reflexionar sobre la situacion actual de los indios, como Mario Vargas Llosa, hasta los conciliadores que piden, a la luz del quinto centenario de la llegada de Hernan Cortes a Mesoamerica, reflexionar sobre el pasado y el presente.
"Ruiz Zafon clearly has had a great deal of fun in pulling this vast story together, and if one wishes for a little of the tightness of kindred spirit Arturo Perez-Reverte, his ability to keep track of a thousand threads while, in the end, celebrating the power of storytelling is admirable."
It would, likewise, not have been out of place if a body were to be found here, killed in a Satanist manner, and a Spanish missionary out of an Arturo Perez-Reverte novel were to appear in the rain.
En otros generos, desde Isabel Allende a Arturo Perez-Reverte, pasando por Paul Auster a Irvine Welsh.
Considering this understanding of the witness, here I examine Arturo Perez-Reverte's novel Territorio Comanche (1994) as an object that turns professional third-party witnessing (journalism) into a superstes witness who then ultimately becomes a double witness.
Part of that may be due to the fact that the story is rooted in reality, based loosely on Arturo Perez-Reverte's "La Reina Del Sur," which itself was inspired by the deadly "queenpins" of the Mexican narcotics trade.
ARTURO PEREZ-REVERTE 3 Another switch that made no difference.
Para conmemorar 20 anos del Capitan Alatriste, personaje de Arturo Perez-Reverte (Cartagena 1951), se acaba de presentar en Espana una edicion conmemorativa (Alfaguara) con las siete novelas que forman la saga (1800 paginas en total).
El segundo plano en la literatura de Arturo Perez-Reverte. Vigo: Editorial Academia del Hispanismo, 2012, 230 pp.
Hace algunos meses la Real Academia Espanola lanzo una edicion del Quijote, adaptada por Arturo Perez-Reverte. Esta edicion pretende ser "escolar" porque, segun explica en el prologo Perez-Reverte, cuando se "trata de trabajar en colegios con el texto integro, las digresiones y relatos insertos en el perturban a veces la aproximacion amena, eficaz, que una herramienta educativa o una lectura sencilla pueden reclamar".
Arturo Perez-Reverte (1) is possibly the best-known Spanish contemporary novelist worldwide.
SI observamos el mercado de la literatura hispana traducida y publicada en chino durante estos ultimos anos, el popular escritor espanol Arturo Perez-Reverte tiene en total cinco obras publicadas en chino tanto simplificado como no simplificado.