Although she points out the main topic of La ridícula idea de no volver a verte is the mourning, it often seems this wise “Madrileña” is praising. I bought this book because I loved the title and the picture on the front cover, not that they seem to be related. I was surprised by what I found. Buy La ridícula idea de no volver a verte by Rosa Montero (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible.

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While writing the end and choosing the memories that summarize their existence together, Rosa Montero has written a treasure that reminds us what is important in life. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

MadabouttheBooks My thoughts on books I have read or want to. She reflects on the way Spain is seen abroad. The Bibliotaphe Closet Books and nooks. This site uses cookies. There is an index of hashtags at the end. When Pierre Curie died all of a sudden, the Polish scientist, which is portrayed as both rational and passionate, started to write this incredibly intimate journal.


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I used the great Madame Curie as a paradigm. The author makes a smart use of hashtags not something I had seen in a book yet to highlight what theme she is discussing.

Rosa Montero, La ridícula idea de no volver a verte

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Born in Madrid inthis ordinary Spanish woman studied Journalism and Psychology. Contact Contact Us Help. Notify me of new comments via email. This feature is used often in information technology to highlight a special meaning; Montero uses them to highpoint the recurrent themes in the novel related to the central protagonists, Curie and herself.

Not only for the scenes — there are some which are incredibly moving — but also for the adjectives, which are impeccably picked by this cultivated woman in her sixties. On the other hand, Montero must be praised for all the additional materials found in the essay as well, which are definitely another strong point of it. The Story She Wrote. Cleopatra Loves Books One reader’s view.

She also used the Internet and asked some friends for advice. Rosa Montero has also done an excellent job with the documentation.