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Betrayed by Rita Hayworth
|Statement||Manuel Puig ; translated by Suzanne Jill Levine.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Traición de Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig, , Vintage Books edition, in English - 1st Vintage Books ed. Betrayed by Rita HayworthCited by: Betrayed by Rita Hayworth (Book): Puig, Manuel: Finally back in print, Manuel Puig's celebrated first novel is a startling anatomy of a small town in thrall to its own petty lusts, betrayals, scandals, thefts, and gossip--but most of all, to the movies. Centering around a boy named Toto, privy to the town's secrets and always eager to fill in the ugly or upsetting moments of his childhood.
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Betrayed By Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig presents the reviewer with many problems. The book is certainly exceptional, but the direction in which the exception points will be forever debatable.
On one level of experience, the book is a wonderful, if at times frustrating read, whilst on another level it is an impenetrable drivel of confusion, for /5. Betrayed by Rita Hayworth Summary. As Puig explained in an interview, Betrayed by Rita Hayworth was partly an explanation of why he was in Rome, at age thirty, without a career, without money, and discovering that his life's vocation — the cinema — had been a mistake, a neurosis and nothing more.
Editions for Betrayed by Rita Hayworth: (Paperback), (Paperback), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in Cited by: Centering around a boy named Toto, privy to the town's secrets and always eager to fill in the ugly or upsetting moments of his childhood with Hollywood-inspired fantasy, Betrayed by Rita Hayworth is a symphony of disappointed, comic, bitter, and bawdy voices, all hemmed in by life's refusal to behave like the silver screen, and is perhaps the Cited by: Betrayed by Rita Hayworth is a screamingly funny book a dazzling and wholly original debut by Señor Puig, who obviously loves us madly; and a hand too for the Betrayed by Rita Hayworth book, Suzanne Jill Levine, whose transfigurations of infantile Americanese deserve all praise.
— New York Times Book Review. Alexander ColemanBrand: Dalkey Archive Press. Betrayed by Rita Hayworth, first novel by Manuel Puig, published as La traición de Rita Hayworth in This semiautobiographical novel is largely plotless.
It examines the psychosocial influence of motion pictures on an ordinary town in the Pampas of Argentina. It makes use of shifting perspective and multiple narrative techniques, such as interior monologues, telephone Written: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Betrayed by Rita Hayworth at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(4).
Although Betrayed by Rita Hayworth does not resemble a traditional novel in form, its subject matter is highly conventional: the maturation and education of a. This book was a breath of fresh air. It is a critical analysis of Rita Hayworths career, put into the context of womens labor in the s and 50s, and more specifically the demands of Hollywood stardom and the contradictory messages disseminated through popular writing about her.4/5(6).
Betrayed by Rita Hayworth (La traición de Rita Hayworth) by Manuel Puig. Opening line: “—A brown cross-stitch over beige linen, that’s why your tablecloth turned out so well.” My take: A multi-faceted look at a community of ordinary people and their extraordinary confessions.
The book is divided into sixteen chapters of differing lengths, narrators, and form. Translation of: Traicíon de Rita Hayworth. Notes: Translation of La traición de Rita Hayworth.
Description: pages ; 20 cm: Other Titles: Traición de Rita Hayworth. Responsibility: Manuel Puig ; translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. The experimental stream-of-consciousness novel Betrayed by Rita Hayworth is the first novel by acclaimed Argentinean author Manuel Puig, best known for his later work Kiss of the Spider Woman.
Using a relatively simple plot about the coming of age of a young teenage boy in the mid-twentieth century in small-town Argentina (most likely a. Betrayed By Rita Hayworth (V) by Manuel Puig and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Betrayed by Rita Hayworth at 3/5(1).
Genre/Form: Domestic fiction Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Puig, Manuel. Betrayed by Rita Hayworth. New York: Vintage Books,© Preview of Betrayed by Rita Hayworth Summary. As Puig explained in an interview, Betrayed by Rita Hayworth was partly an explanation of why he was in Rome, at age thirty, without a career, without money, and discovering that his life's vocation — the cinema — had been a mistake, a neurosis and nothing more.
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Betrayed by Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig Manuel Puig's celebrated first novel is a startling anatomy of a small town in thrall to its own petty lusts, betrayals, scandals, thefts, and gossip -- but most of all, to the movies.
Betrayed by Rita Hayworth isn't a book I can praise wholeheartedly. It is a good read, and contains many of the motifs and devices that Puig put expertly into practice in Kiss of the Spider Woman, but it isn't, in my opinion, nearly as good a book/5(3). The Hardcover of the Betrayed by Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig at Barnes & Noble.
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Translation of La traición de Rita Hayworth Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print : Betrayed by Rita Hayworth First novel by Puig, Manuel, published as La traicion de Rita Hayworth in This semiautobiographical novel is largely plotless.
It examines the psychosocial influence of motion pictures on an ordinary town in the Pampas of Argentina.