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9780571275755 - Mario Vargas Llosa: The Dream of the Celt
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275755 (?) o 0571275753, en inglés, Faber and Faber, Libro en rústica, Nuevo.

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As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man...Vargas-Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor.
9780571275755 - Mario Vargas Llosa: The Dream of the Celt
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275755 (?) o 0571275753, en inglés, Faber, Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Nuevo.

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In Mario Vargas Llosa's The Dream of the Celt - an epic and moving novel spanning three continents - one of the world's greatest writers re-imagines the life of Roger Casement, the most controversial hero of Irish nationalism. As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man...Mario Vargas Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor.
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The Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275755 (?) o 0571275753, en inglés, Faber, Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Nuevo.

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In Mario Vargas Llosa's The Dream of the Celt - an epic and moving novel spanning three continents - one of the world's greatest writers re-imagines the life of Roger Casement, the most controversial hero of Irish nationalism. As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man...Mario Vargas Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor.
9780571275717 - Mario Vargas Llosa: The Dream of the Celt
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9780571275717 (?) o 0571275710, en inglés, 416 páginas, Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), tapa dura, Nuevo.

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As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man.... Vargas-Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor. About the Author Mario Vargas Llosa has established an international reputation as one of the Latin America's most important authors. He was born in Peru in 1936 and educated at university in Lima, where he studied Humanities and Law. Always politically outspoken, from 1976 to 1979 Vargas Llosa served as President of PEN adn in 1983 presided over the commission which investigated the deaths of eight journalists killed during the Belaunde Government's campaign against the Maoist guerrilla movement. Having once declined the Prime Ministership of Peru in 1984, he was a candidate in the 1990 Presidential elections. In 2010 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Hardcover, Label: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2012, Studio: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Verkaufsrang: 8703595.
9780571275717 - Mario Vargas Llosa: The Dream of the Celt
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9780571275717 (?) o 0571275710, en inglés, 416 páginas, Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), tapa dura, Utiliza.

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As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man.... Vargas-Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor. About the Author Mario Vargas Llosa has established an international reputation as one of the Latin America's most important authors. He was born in Peru in 1936 and educated at university in Lima, where he studied Humanities and Law. Always politically outspoken, from 1976 to 1979 Vargas Llosa served as President of PEN adn in 1983 presided over the commission which investigated the deaths of eight journalists killed during the Belaunde Government's campaign against the Maoist guerrilla movement. Having once declined the Prime Ministership of Peru in 1984, he was a candidate in the 1990 Presidential elections. In 2010 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Hardcover, Label: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2012, Studio: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Verkaufsrang: 8703595.
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9780571275717 (?) o 0571275710, en inglés, 416 páginas, Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), tapa dura, Utiliza.

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As The Dream of the Celt opens, it is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine. For the past year he has attempted to raise an Irish brigade from prisoners of war to fight alongside the Germans against the British Empire that awarded him a knighthood only a few years before. And now his petition for clemency is threatened by the leaking of his private diary and his secret life as a gay man.... Vargas-Llosa, with his incomparable gift for powerful historical narrative, takes the reader on a journey back through a remarkable life dedicated to the exposure of barbaric treatment of indigenous peoples by European predators in the Congo and Amazonia. Casement was feted as one of the greatest humanitarians of the age. Now he is about to die ignominiously as a traitor. About the Author Mario Vargas Llosa has established an international reputation as one of the Latin America's most important authors. He was born in Peru in 1936 and educated at university in Lima, where he studied Humanities and Law. Always politically outspoken, from 1976 to 1979 Vargas Llosa served as President of PEN adn in 1983 presided over the commission which investigated the deaths of eight journalists killed during the Belaunde Government's campaign against the Maoist guerrilla movement. Having once declined the Prime Ministership of Peru in 1984, he was a candidate in the 1990 Presidential elections. In 2010 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Hardcover, Label: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2012, Studio: Faber and Faber (7 Jun 2012), Verkaufsrang: 8703595.
9780571275717 - Vargas Llosa, Mario: Dream of the Celt
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Vargas Llosa, Mario (?):

Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275717 (?) o 0571275710, en inglés, Faber & Faber, Nuevo, Ebook.

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Fiction, The Dream of the Celt, The Dream of the Celt explores the life of the Irish revolutionary Sir Roger Casement who was executed for treason after his involvement in the 1916 Easter Rising, travelling with its protagonist from Liverpool and Dublin to the Congo and Peru, where Casement worked as a British consul, and to London, where he ended his life in Pentonville jail. With its preoccupation with political issues and its international scope The Dream of the Celt sits firmly in the tradition of the greatest of Vargas Llosa's work.
9780571275755 - Mario Vargas Llosa: The Dream of the Celt
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Mario Vargas Llosa (?):

The Dream of the Celt (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9780571275755 (?) o 0571275753, en inglés, Faber & Faber, Libro en rústica, Utiliza.

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9780571275717 - The Dream of the Celt
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The Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275717 (?) o 0571275710, en inglés, Faber, Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Nuevo.

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His first new novel since winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2010.
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The Dream of the Celt (?)

ISBN: 9780571275755 (?) o 0571275753, en inglés, Faber, Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Nuevo.

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Descripción de baja calidad o en idioma extranjero. [Muéstralo]