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  • Paperback
  • 78 pages
  • A Casa de Papel
  • Carlos María Domínguez
  • Portuguese
  • 05 June 2017
  • 9892308697

About the Author: Carlos María Domínguez

Carlos Mar a Dom nguez was born in Buenos Aires in and has lived in Montevideo, Uruguay since He is the author of Mares Bald os, a collection of short stories, as well as five novels, including La Mujer Hablada, which won the Bartolom Hidalgo Prize, Tres Muescas en mi Carabina, which won the Juan Carlos Onetti Prize, and The Paper House, which won the Premio de la Fundaci n Lolita Rubial, Vienna s A Casa eBook º Jury of Young Readers Prize, and has been translated into languagesDom nguez s nonfiction work includes Delitos de As Crueles, Escritos en el Agua, and El Norte Profundo, as well biographies about Juan Carlos Onetti, Roberto de las Carreras, and Tola Invernizzi His journalistic articles have been collected in two books El Comp s de Oro and Historias del Polvo y el Camino.



10 thoughts on “A Casa de Papel

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    La Casa de Papel The House of Paper, Carlos Mar a Dom nguezIn the spring of 1998, Bluma Lennon, a Cambridge academic who has just acquired a copy of Emily Dickinson s Poems from a second hand bookshop in Soho, is knocked down and killed at a crossroads Following Bluma s death, a colleague finds in her house a copy of Conrad s The Shadow Line inscribed with a mysterious dedication and crusted around the edges with what appears to be cement Intrigued, the colleague begins an investigation whic La Casa de Papel The House of Paper, Carlos Mar a Dom nguezIn the spring of 1998, Bluma Lennon, a Cambridge academic who has just acquired a copy of Emily Dickinson s Poems from a second hand bookshop in Soho, is knocked down and killed at a crossroads Following Bluma s death, a colleague finds in her house a copy of Conrad s The Shadow Line inscribed with a mysterious dedication and crusted around the edges with what appears to be cement Intrigued, the colleague begins an investigation which will take him on a journey from Cambridge to Buenos Aires and across the River Plate to Montevideo as he hunts for clues to the identity and fate of an obscure and dedicated bibliophile He learns the story of Carlos Brauer, a man whose obsession for books is all consuming Vast bookcases fill his rooms from end to end, floor to ceiling, forcing his car out of the garage and even himself out of his bedroom and in to the attic Books are arranged according to a strict system Shakespeare cannot be placed next to Marlowe, because of accusations of plagiarism between the two, and Martin Amis cannot sit alongside Julian Barnes All becomes dependent upon a complex indexing system, which will ultimately prove to be the undoing of this man of books 2015 1393 76 9789643292973 1396 76 9789643293345 21 1393 110 9786005941340 1394 1396

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  3. Vicky Hunt Vicky Hunt says:

    Beautiful and picturesque, The House of Paper is a comedy that analyzes bibliophiles everywhere It is set in Uruguay, and was my read for that country in my Around the World in 80 Books Challenge It is a delightful little book that is not available in either e text or audio I ordered it in the small hardbound format used fromIt arrived in excellent condition and was a quick read with barely over a hundred pages I counted approximately 83 references to classic books and or authors Beautiful and picturesque, The House of Paper is a comedy that analyzes bibliophiles everywhere It is set in Uruguay, and was my read for that country in my Around the World in 80 Books Challenge It is a delightful little book that is not available in either e text or audio I ordered it in the small hardbound format used fromIt arrived in excellent condition and was a quick read with barely over a hundred pages I counted approximately 83 references to classic books and or authors in the story The story itself is lovely and yet will make you laugh out loud at times It is just very well constructed One book is mentioned a few times The Shadow Line by Joseph Conrad, so I grabbed that off Audible Project Gutenberg to read before reviewing The House of Paper The reason I wanted to read that first was that he d mentioned it repeatedly, and the title definitely figures into The House of Paper It is not a requirement to have read Shadow Line first, but certainly recommendable I thoroughly enjoyed reading both short stories, and couldn t put them down until finished I will soon be heading west to Argentina by book

  4. Susana Susana says:

    review in English below Na verdade, mais um 3,5 mas perde, para mim, por ser quase um conto Acho que beneficiava se tivesse mais desenvolvimento.Mas dif cil comentar este livro Foi interessante conhecer algumas pessoas ainda mais obcecadas por livros Esta uma hist ria de obsess o, com muitas refer ncias liter rias e aquele toque de sobrenatural t o t pico dos sul americanos uma pena a revis o pouco cuidada ou inexistente , ainda para mais num livro t o pequeno.Recomendado sobrereview in English below Na verdade, mais um 3,5 mas perde, para mim, por ser quase um conto Acho que beneficiava se tivesse mais desenvolvimento.Mas dif cil comentar este livro Foi interessante conhecer algumas pessoas ainda mais obcecadas por livros Esta uma hist ria de obsess o, com muitas refer ncias liter rias e aquele toque de sobrenatural t o t pico dos sul americanos uma pena a revis o pouco cuidada ou inexistente , ainda para mais num livro t o pequeno.Recomendado sobretudo aos obcecados por livros ali s, foi por isso que mo ofereceram It slike a 3.5, really, but the fact that it s almost a short story detracts from it, in my opinion It would benefit from a bitplot development.But it s hard to comment on this book.It was interesting to meet some people evenobssessed by booksThis is a story of obssession, with lots of literary references and that supernatural touch that s so typical of South American writers.It s a shame that the proofreader was so careless if there was indeed a proofreader , over in such a small book.Recommended particularly to those obssessed with books in fact, that s why it was offered to me

  5. miaaa miaaa says:

    To build up a library is to create a life It s never just a random collections of books To be honest I have never ever thinking of something like that Prior reading this book, as a book lover I just buy and read books that interest me or recommended by fellow readers Dom nguez provides a different insight to the literary world, that books can turn into somethingthan just a book Just as human, books possess a life on it s own too Reading this book is like consulting a doctor, lettingTo build up a library is to create a life It s never just a random collections of books To be honest I have never ever thinking of something like that Prior reading this book, as a book lover I just buy and read books that interest me or recommended by fellow readers Dom nguez provides a different insight to the literary world, that books can turn into somethingthan just a book Just as human, books possess a life on it s own too Reading this book is like consulting a doctor, letting him Dom nguez to diagnose my physical complaints And based on the prognosis, I am one of those so called Common Readers I spied on friends libraries, hoping to find books that I want to read but do not have, or simply knowing books that they devoured However recently I m dreaming to begin my quest as a Bibliophile, book lovers who throughout their life have built up important libraries Capable of spending a considerable amount of money for books but concerned only to study and understand them And it s inevitable to mention the Collectors Their ultimate aim is to amass rare editions even though they never open them except to look at the pages, in the same way for example, people contemplate a beautiful object, a rare piece This type reminds me to antique collectors who dare to spend a lot of money or to travel around the world looking for one Victorian piece However it did not end there As Common Readers can step a little further to be a Bibliophile or Collector, of course it depends on the occasion and their desires, mentally book lovers can also turn into a Compulsive Reader They spend all the money to buy books, or to do anything to provide space for the books sells the car so the garage can accommodate the books for example It is unbearable for them to put two authors who had quarrelled on the same shelf, or to build a house of paper, literally, book by book to replace the bricks ophMembangun sebuah perpustakaan sama halnya dengan menciptakan sebuah kehidupan Lebih dari hanya sekedar mengoleksi sejumlah buku Kalimat itu sederhana tapi jujur tidak pernah terpikirkan sebelumnya olehku Sebelum membaca buku ini, sebagai pecinta buku biasanya aku membeli dan membaca buku buku yang menurutku menarik atau yang direkomendasikan oleh teman teman Namun lewat buku ini Dom nguez enunjukkan pemikiran lain tentang dunia literatur, bahwa buku bisa melebihi eksistensinya sebagai buku, memiliki kehidupannya sendiri layaknya manusia pembacanya.Saat membaca buku ini rasanya seperti sedang konsultasi dengan seorang dokter dan mengajukan beberapa keluhan fisik sehingga sang dokter bisa mendiagnosa penyakitnya Dan berdasarkan hasil prognosis Dom nguez, aku ternyata masuk ke dalam kategori Common Readers Ciri utamanya adalah selalu mengintip koleksi buku teman temannya dengan harapan menemukan buku yang ingin dibaca tapi belum punya, atau hanya sekedar melihat jenis buku apa yang menarik perhatian orang tersebut Namun belakangan aku juga berusaha mewujudkan mimpi untuk masuk ke dalam golongan kedua, Bibliophile Golongan ini tentu saja juga pecinta buku yang sepanjang hidupnya mencurahkan segala upaya membentuk perpustakaan penting, bersedia menghabiskan banyak dana untuk buku namun tujuan utamanya adalah untuk mempelajari dan memahami isi buku tersebut Rasanya sulit ketika membicarakan pecinta buku tanpa menyebutkan golongan ketiga, Collectors Tujuan utama golongan ini adalah mengkoleksi dalam jumlah besar edisi edisi langka walaupun mereka tidak pernah membuka buku buku tersebut selain sekedar melihat, dengan cara yang sama misalnya orang memandang benda indah yang langka Golongan ini mengingatkanku pada kolektor benda antik yang rela menghabiskan banyak uang dan berkeliling dunia hanya untuk mencari barang barang dari era Victoria.Jika Common Readers sepertiku punya mimpi untuk melangkah maju menjadi seorang Bibliophile atau Collector, tentunya itu bisa walau tergantung pada situasi serta keinginan masing masing individu, atau malah masuk ke dalam golongan keempat yakni Compulsive Reader Sama halnya dengan para pecinta buku lainnya, golongan ini bisa juga menghabiskan banyak uang namun sama sekali tidak ada batasan budjet bahkan mungkin satu satunya pengeluaran mereka ditujukan untuk buku Mereka juga rela melakukan apa saja untuk menyediakan tempat bagi buku buku koleksinya, termasuk menjual mobil sehingga garasinya berubah fungsi menjadi perpustakaan Para Compulsive Reader ini tidak akan pernah membiarkan dua penulis yang pernah berseteru untuk menempati rak buku yang sama, dengan alasan apapun, atau membangun sebuah rumah kertas buku di mana satu per satu buku dijadikan pengganti batu bata ophthe review is also republished in my personal blog here

  6. Erica Erica says:

    This is one of those books with vast potential that is left untapped, and ultimately disappointed The premise of the story is spectacular, Borgesian, intriguing and mysterious a book encased in cement with an inscription to an unknown person from a recently deceased professor is sent to her office and discovered by a colleague He decides to try to find the sender of the book no return address based on the somewhat mysterious inscription, and return the book The set up is there, and the sco This is one of those books with vast potential that is left untapped, and ultimately disappointed The premise of the story is spectacular, Borgesian, intriguing and mysterious a book encased in cement with an inscription to an unknown person from a recently deceased professor is sent to her office and discovered by a colleague He decides to try to find the sender of the book no return address based on the somewhat mysterious inscription, and return the book The set up is there, and the scope could be grand, labyrinthine, compelling and significant But the short format makes the story seem hurried rather than unfolding, and dictated rather than narrated The exquisite insights into the mind and heart of a bibliophile, or even just an avid reader, are plunked in as though the story is being tied up with significant meaning, instead of letting the meaning evolve through the story It reminded me from the outset of The Shadow of the Wind, a complex mystery centered around the obscure author of a hidden book, but The House of Paper falls significantly short of what it could be.Perhaps that s what s most frustrating about reading this book that it could be infinitelythan it is That the story could be experienced by the reader, rather than relayed by a rather monotonous narrator whose voice perhaps because of poor translation sounds no different than the character that tells the bulk of the story Instead, it is a series of epigraphs linked together by a skeletal and merely sketched plot Though eminently quotable, it amounts to littlethan an excuse for these nuggets of wisdom about the significance of books and libraries in our lives The translation itself is in sore need of revision and editing, and readslike a draft than a final version The clumsy language obscures whatever rhythm and beauty may have been present in the original It is worth reading though, if only for the gift of its potential And worth expanding upon, should the author and publisher see fit to do so I would read this happily as a full length novel rather than merely a novella

  7. miaaa miaaa says:

    If there s one book that I wish to be able to read in various languages, this is it I ve read the English edition back in 2008 and was in awe how such a thin book could affect me so deeply Setelah baca edisi Inggris, sekarang edisi Indonesia berikutnya baca edisi bahasa apalagi ya Buku yang layak untuk dibaca berulangkali, pengingat bahwa buku adalah rumah Dalam arti sebenar benarnya.

  8. Thomas Hübner Thomas Hübner says:

    you a bookworm Great, then we have a thing in common Are you a bibliophile, a person who loves books You are not alone Are you a book collector Yes, I also belong to that species Are you a bibliomane Uh oh, then you might be in trouble According to Wikipedia, bibliomania can be a symptom of obsessive compulsive disorder which involves the collecting or even hoarding of books to the point where social relations or health are damaged Next to this d you a bookworm Great, then we have a thing in common Are you a bibliophile, a person who loves books You are not alone Are you a book collector Yes, I also belong to that species Are you a bibliomane Uh oh, then you might be in trouble According to Wikipedia, bibliomania can be a symptom of obsessive compulsive disorder which involves the collecting or even hoarding of books to the point where social relations or health are damaged Next to this definition you see a photo of some bookshelves with the neat caption Cluttered bookshelf, one symptom of bibliomania No, the photo was not taken at my home since even cluttering my bookshelves isn t sufficient any for all the books at my place Bibliophilia or bibliomania can even have tragic consequences, in fiction and in real life Peter Kien in Elias Canetti s Auto da fe comes to mind, as well as the real life biblio criminals Don Vicente or Magister Tinius, two priests who committed murder out of an insane compulsion to increase their libraries Isn t it interesting that of all people two priests are the most extreme cases of book insanity The small and charming book The Paper House by Carlos Maria Dominguez with beautiful illustrations by Peter Sis fits very well here.The ingredients Bluma Lennon, an attractive female English literature professor with a in the true sense of the word fatal love of the poetry of Emily Dickinson her Argentinian part time lover and successor at the university who is the narrator of the story a stained and gritty copy of Joseph Conrad s The Shadow Line and Carlos Brauer, an Uruguyan book collector who sent this strange copy to Bluma.While on a visit at home in Buenos Aires, the narrator uses the opportunity to go to Montevideo and investigates about Brauer who was obviously in a kind of relationship with Bluma What he learns from the owner of an antiquarian bookshop in the Uruguayan capital, and a book collector who knew Brauer well, makes the narrator and the readerandcurious and when he finally discovers the House of Paper to which the title alludes, Brauer has become a real mystery Of course I will not give away the full story here but for addicted readers like you this small book will be a treat, that s for sure.The House of Paper is a very enjoyable novella that I read in one sitting For all of you that have an issue with bibliomania, the book may be also of educational value Carlos Maria Dominguez is a very productive Argentinian author who lives in Uruguay The House of Paper makes me curious to readof his books If I am not mistaken, this is the only book by him so far translated in English two of his novels and another book with stories are available in German

  9. jeremy jeremy says:

    a charming little novella from carlos mar a dom nguez, uruguayan journalist and fiction writer, about the joys and hazards of bibliophilia the house of paper is a slim work that celebrates the love of and, for some, borderline obsession with the bound and printed word wrapped in a delightful tale about an enigmatic volume that must be traced back to its original owner, dom nguez offers an exaggerated glimpse into the lives of characters for whom books representthan mere diversionary as a charming little novella from carlos mar a dom nguez, uruguayan journalist and fiction writer, about the joys and hazards of bibliophilia the house of paper is a slim work that celebrates the love of and, for some, borderline obsession with the bound and printed word wrapped in a delightful tale about an enigmatic volume that must be traced back to its original owner, dom nguez offers an exaggerated glimpse into the lives of characters for whom books representthan mere diversionary aside this playful story affirms the essence of the bibliophile in as engaging a way as hrabal s too loud a solitude, hanff s 84, charing cross road or even calvino s if on a winter s night a traveler with a nod to joseph conrad as well as some of the finest latin american writers , dom nguez s the house of paper is an entertaining and sprightly book that conveys the jubilance of a life inclined towards the literary i ve been buying books here and there ever since i can remember to build a library is to create a life it s never just a random collection of books you go on adding them to the shelves, and they seem to constitute a collection, but i would say that s an illusion we pursue some topics, and at the end of a certain length of time we find ourselves defining worlds, or if you prefer, we are tracing the steps of a journey, the advantage being that we can conserve its traces. with illustrations by the always remarkable peter sis and a translation by nick caistor onetti, neuman, aira, saramago

  10. Andres Andres says:

    This is an interesting read but the one note it plays over and over gets monotonous.That I love books and reading isn t in doubt, but the fancies that this story intended to tickle in my inner bibliophile weren t even given over to gooseflesh Well, at the beginning they were since the mystery setup was perfect I ve been reading through the entirety of the Sherlock Holmes stories and nothing perks my attentionthan a perfect setup followed by intriguing details and capped by an equally per This is an interesting read but the one note it plays over and over gets monotonous.That I love books and reading isn t in doubt, but the fancies that this story intended to tickle in my inner bibliophile weren t even given over to gooseflesh Well, at the beginning they were since the mystery setup was perfect I ve been reading through the entirety of the Sherlock Holmes stories and nothing perks my attentionthan a perfect setup followed by intriguing details and capped by an equally perfect payoff.Unfortunately the perfect setup of a mystery here is strung along until the ending poots its way into the story and then, The End.So if you re going to read this story, know that this is both a meditation on the different kinds of bibliophiles and readers there are in the world, and also a parable about something or other The mystery part of it is just the bare skeleton on which to build a lot of extended philosophical dialogue that is kinda sorta maybe mildly interesting.The Joseph Conrad book The Shadow Line is a plot point here, and since I m not familiar with it I m not sure how important it is in understanding the point of this work On its own, though, this story is kind of amusing at first but it eventually reads like an in joke for people who like to read, with a wink wink nod nod approach to the story and characters It s not enough to lift it above its own assumed charms

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