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The Storyteller

Author : Mario Vargas Llosa
ISBN : 9780571268221
Genre : Fiction
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A visitor from Peru, happening upon an exhibition of photographs from the Amazon jungle in an obscure Florentine picture gallery, finds his attention drawn to a picture of a tribal storyteller seated among a circle of Michiguenga Indians. There is something odd about the storyteller. He is too light-skinned to be an Indian. As the visitor stares at the photograph, it dawns on him that he knows this man. The storyteller is his long-lost friend, Saul Zuratas, his classmate from university who was thought to have disappeared in Israel. The Storyteller is a brilliant and compelling study of the world of the primitive and its place in our own modern lives.
Category: Fiction

Storyteller

Author : Ramon Royal Ross
ISBN : 0874834511
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Uses instructions, examples, exercises, illustrations, and diagrams to explore the art of storytelling
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Storyteller

Author : Donald Sturrock
ISBN : 9781439189764
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An official portrait of the intensely private, beloved author of such classics as "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" draws on personal correspondence, journals, and interviews with family and friends to cover such topics as Dahl's struggles with chronicpain and his career complexities.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Storyteller

Author : Anita Ganeri
ISBN : 0237532336
Genre : Judaism
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This wonderful series, now in paperback, combines beautifully commissioned artwork with clear and sensitively written narrative introducing young readers to some of the most significant beliefs, values and traditions of the world's six main faiths. Jewish Stories focuses on stories from Jewish history.
Category: Judaism

Aperture 112

Author : Aperture
ISBN : 0893812862
Genre : Photography
File Size : 63.18 MB
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Category: Photography

Novelist And Storyteller

Author : John Forester
ISBN : 9781618860040
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Forester's forte was in telling stories that people believed, either by suspending disbelief when they knew the story was fictional, or actually believed when they thought he was telling the truth. His most remembered character, Hornblower, is most similar to his own, as improved by careful storytelling of the same kind as went into his autobiographical works and his private life. This pdf version of the original edition with comprehensive index will help you to know his real character.
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The Timeless Storyteller

Author : Evelyn F. Capel
ISBN : 0904693740
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Throughout history, stories have been used to convey the highest and noblest truths. In the parables of Jesus Christ, we find some of the best-known examples of such stories, containing depths of meaning still highly relevant to our time.Originally, Christ told the parables to crowds gathered by the lakeside in Galilee, to his disciples, and even to his opponents the Pharisees and Sadducees. Yet, as Evelyn Capel demonstrates, these parables grow from age to age as human consciousness develops, revealing as little or as much as we are able and ready to hear. The Timeless Storyteller discusses twelve of Christ's parables in a way suitable to our present consciousness.
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The Story Of The Storyteller

Author : Jean O'Bryan-Knight
ISBN : 9051838468
Genre : Social Science
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This book traces the history of an engaging character, a writer, who acts as the narrator and protagonist of three of Vargas Llosa's novels. In La tía Julia y el escribidor he recalls his apprenticeship, in Historia de Mayta he reflects upon the practice of his craft, and in El hablador he ponders the significance of his vocation. That this fictional character closely resembles his flesh-and-blood creator only adds to his allure. Because the three novels in question have such strong structural and thematic links, it proves quite helpful to conceive of them as a trilogy. Indeed, the connections are so pronounced that a significant synergistic effect results from considering the three together. It is this effect that this volume brings light as it analyzes how each novel functions as a separate entity, how these entities are integrated into a greater whole, and how this whole fits into the wider picture of the Peruvian author's long and prolific literary career. As students and scholars alike will find, thinking in terms of a trilogy greatly enhances our understanding and appreciation of Vargas Llosa's rich narrative.
Category: Social Science

A Storyteller

Author : Braulio Muñoz
ISBN : 0847697517
Genre : Literary Collections
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In A Story-Teller, Braulio Munoz offers a critical appraisal of Mario Vargas Llosa's literary and political production from a sociotheoretical perspective. He engages the debate concerning the role of the writer in Latin America, the merits and shortcomings of modernist and postmodernist thought, and the differences between neoliberalism and alternative democractic positions.
Category: Literary Collections

John As Storyteller

Author : Mark W. G. Stibbe
ISBN : 0521477654
Genre : Religion
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A widely-acclaimed study which suggests a new, holistic approach to the gospel literature.
Category: Religion