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Francisco rated it really liked it Aug 16, Nocye rated it it was amazing Jul 31, Even the newspaper articles one of the character saves to read are about trivial subjects. Como siempre, Manuel Puig es brillante.

Hardcoverpages. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Oct 22, Eddie Watkins rated it really liked it Shelves: Oct 22, Mateo R. As our realities are composed of personal relationships, and as people are near bottomless reservoirs of confused desires, reality itself is inextricably composed of the false and the true; our confused desires the only guiding light we have, with some untouched purity perhaps acting, through buried memories, as a cloud-covered pole star.

May 26, Celi rated it liked it. Tropical Night Falling by Manuel Puig. Puig es siempre genial.

It is a gossipy story — two cohabiting elderly sisters chattering – that slowly evolves into a story of death, disillusion, common tragedy, and everyday sexual perversion. This was a very interesting puih. Most of the action was relayed to the reader by two sisters gossiping and visiting. Open Preview See a Problem? Marco Sotgiu rated it it was amazing Jan 27, Jun 18, Thompson rated it it was ok.


Tropical Night Falling

Pig story of two elderly sisters that spend their days and nights in gossip and conversation about all that is around them. As well as getting more emotionally and thematically tangled toward the end, it also obliquely explores themes of the afterlife — not that Puig purports an afterlife, but he does provide the unknowing illusion of one as one sister continues to correspond with the dead other as she thinks the other is still alive — which in turn touches tropcal themes of reality and unreality and how our lives can be informed by one as much as the other: Jan 26, Ray rated it really liked it.

Uno de los verdaderamente grandes. Las segundas lecturas son siempre nche, si la obra es buena. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Refresh and try again. Celes Gp rated it it was amazing May 14, Different plot and subject matter, but interesting connections between the books’ themes. I loved the narrative structure Puig used.

Cae la noche tropical es un libro perfecto corto y entretenido para leer en cualquier momento. El final, la hoja final, es simple y maravillosa.

Cae La Noche Tropical

Trivia About Tropical Night Fa Jan 20, Belinda rated it liked it Shelves: Everything about this book was soap operish and trivial. Small tragedies that are inherent threads in the fabric of our lives.

Una esplendida narrativa de Puig. The two elderly sisters loved each other majuel each others company very much. To ask other readers questions about Tropical Night Fallingplease sign up. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Lists with This Book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Tropical Night Falling by Manuel Puig

Por momentos parece que faltara cierta chispa, pero el libro, luego de un momento en que se ameseta, crece y crece. Las protagonistas Luci y Nidia mantienen largas conversaciones sobre buenos y malos recuerdos, pero sobre todo, chismean sobre la vida amorosa de la vecina.

I think what I liked the most of the novel is the tenderness of the voices who tell the story as they retell the hardships of life and love. But through their conversations, Puig reveals the chaotic, violent lives of their neighbors. At the heart of the story are two elderly Argentine sisters who share a life of gentle gossip.

Return to Book Page. From one of Latin America’s most celebrated writers–author of Kiss of the Spider Woman–comes his poignant yet hard-edged final novel. The sisters are funny, sweet, sad, and all too human. In this way his novels have the power to throw some light on shadowy processes and impulses coursing beneath our social networks, and so add some wonder, however perverse, sad, or tragic, to our daily lives.

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