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Rezension: "Rodrigo Rey Rosa is the most rigorous writer of my generation, the most transparent, the one that knows best how to weave his stories, and the most luminous of all."-Roberto Bolano -- Roberto Bola o "Quietly mesmerizing ... Gray's unadorned translation, keeping many of the regional exclamations intact, lets the narrative shine, demonstrating why Rey Rosa's reputation is growing internationally."-Publishers Weekly Publishers Weekly "Rey Rosa creates narratives of mythic proportions."-San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle "I read Rodrigo Rey Rosa's The African Shore in a single night. It is a slim volume, only 136 pages, but, more importantly, Rey Rosa is one of the most economical writers I've encountered in a long time. The exactitude and concise beauty of his prose illustrates not only what the characters do, but above all, what they see and what they perceive."-Justin Alvarez, The Paris Review -- Justin Alvarez The Paris Review "Bolano wrote that Rey Rosa 'is the most rigorous writer of my generation, the most transparent, the one who knows best how to weave his stories, and the most luminous of all.' Rigorous and luminous, spare and sensual, terse and hilarious, horrifying yet with a poetic, supernatural and metaphysical imagination, his writing-like that found in the novella The African Shore, just out from Yale University Press in Jeffrey Gray's translation-throws open windows in your mind as you read."-Francisco Goldman, BOMB -- Francisco Goldman BOMB "La orilla africana is expertly designed; it raises a series of small and large questions, which relay one another cunningly, maintaining narrative tension up to the haunting conclusion, and indeed beyond ... It is tempting to call La orilla africana a minimalist novel, because of its scaled-down look, but that would be misleading. Although it systematically avoids emphasis, it touches on large and urgent themes."-Chris Andrews, The Quarterly Conversation -- Chris Andrews The Quarterly Conversation "Elegantly written, The African Shore conveys much information about cultures, past and present, along with the people who straddle the worlds of Europe and Africa... Stunning in the simplicity and clarity of its style, this novel says a great deal in very few words, and the ending is perfect."-Seeing the World Through Books Seeing the World Through Books "Rodrigo Rey Rosa is a Guatemalan novelist whose short, minimalist prose demands being sifted through to uncover layers and interwoven strands that make the reading of The African Shore a rich and intense experience."-New York Journal of Books New York Journal of Books "A writer whose originality is such that he eludes all precedents or models "-J.A. Masoliver Rodenas, La Vanguardia -- J.A. Masoliver R denas La Vanguardia "[Rodrigo Rey Rosa's] work is extraordinarily precise, mythic, and intriguing; it's literature without useless gestures, where beauty seems to be born of its author's curious inclination towards silence."-Raphaelle Rerolle, Le Monde -- Rapha lle R rolle Le Monde "[Rodrigo Rey Rosa's] prose is almost elliptical, full of sharp turns immersed in fleeting sensory, impressionistic shadows."-Claude-Michel Cluny, Le Figaro Litteraire -- Claude-Michel Cluny Le Figaro Litteraire "Rodrigo Rey Rosa's prose, dense and precise, shows his literary relationship to legendary writer Paul Bowles."-Der Spiegel Der Spiegel "A colossal writer in the Spanish language who, with the prodigious exactitude of his prose and the mathematic equilibrium of his narratives, draws from an abundance of techniques amplified by true talent." -Javier Aparicio Maydeu, El Periodico -- Javier Aparicio Maydeu El Peri dico "A rare novel-perfectly executed, inhabited both by poetry and by silence-which must be included among the greatest work of a great novelist." -Luis Alonso Girgado, El Correo Gallego -- Luis Alonso Girgado El Correo Gallego "The novel has a clear and beautiful style, achieved through an appearance of sensuality-an equilibrium at once erotic and ascetic." -Sergio Gonzalez Rodriguez, Reforma -- Sergio Gonz lez Rodr guez Reforma "The Guatemalan writer focuses his energy, certainly, on the subtle elements of his style: the speed, exactitude and concise beauty of his prose, combined with the elliptical flow of his narratives, continue to recommend him as a young master in the art of saying more with less."-Gustavo Guerrero, Letras Libres -- Gustavo Guerrero Letras Libres "Evocative, even moving... The African Shore is quite gripping."-The Complete Review The Complete Review "The African Shore practically demands to be read. It is a contemporary tale of international encounters in cosmopolitan, but substantially transformed Tangier, which leaves us thinking and wondering. Anyone who has spent significant time in Morocco will recognize the world that Rey Rosa evokes in his wonderfully frugal prose. And those who have not will enter into a foreign world and encounter a beautiful story that defies full comprehension. Both will leave the land of The African Shore changed."-The Quarterly Conversation The Quarterly Conversation "The book reads like a vivid dream seen through an opium haze, and sentence-by-sentence, is beautiful."-Three Percent Three Percent "A dark and intriguing travelogue."-World Literature Today World Literature Today "Exquisite ... The North African setting (including Gibraltar) is as vivid and as enervating as the writings of Rey Rosa's mentor. I've been a fan of Bowles and Rey Rosa for years, especially the latter's stories. It's a pleasure to read this longer narrative ... skillfully translated by Jeffrey Gray."-Charles R. Larson, Counterpunch -- Charles R. Larson Counterpunch "Simple, elegant, and surprising ... Rey Rosa was a protege of Paul Bowles's and, though many of Rey Rosa's books are set in his home country of Guatemala, this one takes place in Tangier, which is textured, meandering, and dreamlike, as if seen through an opium haze."-Sarah Gerard, Vol. 1 Brooklyn -- Sarah Gerard Vol. 1 Brooklyn Finalist for the Best Translated Book Award organized by Three Percent, a resource for international literature based at the University of Rochester. -- Three Percent University of Rochester Shortlisted for the PEN American Center 2014 Literary Awards Translation Prize. -- Translation Prize PEN American Center Longlisted for the American Literary Translation Association's 2014 National Translation Award.The Shortlist will be announced in October 2014. -- National Translation Award American Literary Translators Association

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