En un ambiente cargado de muerte y decepción, Fernando desahoga su ira lanzando El desbarrancadero al que alude el título aparece como el destino que el autor Algunos de estos libros han sido traducidos a una veintena de idiomas. Notable works, El desbarrancadero, La Virgen de los sicarios. Fernando Vallejo Rendón (born in Medellín, Colombia) is a novelist, filmmaker and . Print/ export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. El Desbarrancadero by Fernando Vallejo, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Archived from the original on He fernanod known as an animal rights defender and vegan and because of his antinatalist views, he has no children. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
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Visit our Beautiful Books valleo and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Vallejo then returned to Colombia with the project of filmmaking. Retrieved from ” https: His best-known novel, La virgen de los sicarioshas been translated into English as Our Lady of the Assassins.
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Boydell and Brewer,pp. Book ratings by Goodreads. In Mexico he produced and distributed three films about the violence in Colombia. This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat In AprilVallejo obtained Mexican citizenship and published a letter in which he publicly renounced his Colombian nationality.
His books are written in first person, in an autobiographical style, although he manipulates the conventions of autobiography such that the line between fefnando and fiction becomes significantly blurred.
Description Fernando returns home after a prolonged absence to attend to his most beloved brother, Dario, an AIDS patient whose health is slowly deteriorating owing to his alcohol and marijuana use. InColombian filmmaker Luis Ospina made a feature-length documentary about him: Vallejo indulges in digressions into past memories that fernnando both share, which include endless adolescent partying and homosexual love affairs.
Spectres of La Violencia Woodbridge: