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The invisible mountain

Carolina De Robertis

The invisible mountain

by Carolina De Robertis

  • 187 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Alfred A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mothers and daughters -- Fiction,
  • Uruguay -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carolina De Robertis.
    GenreFiction
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3618.O31535 I68 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23180835M
    ISBN 109780307271631
    LC Control Number2009009961
    OCLC/WorldCa277201801

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The Invisible Mountain, by Carolina DeRobertis, is a love story, a tribute to history of The invisible mountain book small nation is lovingly told through the stories of three strong women. Uruguayan geography, culture,folklore,music,superstition,food and drink are all interwoven into the stories of Pajarita, Eva and Salome/5(86).

The Invisible Mountain is a fantastic debut novel in the tradition of such Latin American authors as Isabel Allende and Gabriel Garcia Marquez (though it doesn't quite reach his caliber).

De Robertis tells the story of three generations of women in Uruguay. There is a touch of magic realism in the beginning, 4/5. The Invisible Mountain, by Carolina DeRobertis, is a love story, a tribute to history of this small nation is lovingly told through the stories of three strong women.

Uruguayan geography, culture,folklore,music,superstition,food and drink are all interwoven into the stories of Pajarita, Eva and Salome/5(75). The Invisible Mountain narrates the account of that trek.

The story examines the trek as adventure, spiritual odyssey, and metaphor for the journey of life. In the words of Millard Fuller, co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International and The Fuller Center for Housing: "Ride with [Bob Vande Kappelle] as you :   The Invisible Mountain is a lyrical narrative on the tides of life in Uruguay throughout the twentieth century.

As symbolic as the traditional shared cup or gourd of mate, Ms. de Robertis has a unique talent that embraces everything within the lives of three generations of women and their families/5(21).

The Invisible Mountain, set in Uruguay, is an incisive examination of some of life’s trickier dilemmas, including when to place family at the forefront, and when to honor your own ideals even at the expense of others.

The novel is also an enchanting new entry in the realm of contemporary Latin American literature. The Invisible Mountain narrates the account of that trek.

The story examines the trek as adventure, spiritual odyssey, and as metaphor for the journey of life. In the words of Millard Fuller, co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International and The Fuller Center for Housing: ""Ride with [Bob Vande Kappelle] as you read.4/5(1).

Invisible Mountain. On the first day of the yeara small town deep in the Uruguayan countryside gathers to witness a miracle — the mysterious reappearance of Pajarita, a lost infant who will grow up to begin a lineage of fiercely independent women in the capital, Montevideo.

The Invisible Mountain - Kindle edition by Carolina De Robertis. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Invisible Mountain/5(69). The Invisible Mountain is a stunning exploration of the search for love and a poignant celebration of the fierce connection between mothers and daughters.

Also by Carolina De Robertis See all books by Carolina De Robertis. Carolina De Robertis is the author of Perla and The Invisible Mountain, which was an international bestseller translated into fifteen languages, the recipient of Italys Rhegium Julii Prize, and a Best Book of according to the San Francisco 4/5.

Book Overview On the first day of the yeara small town deep in the Uruguayan countryside gathers to witness a miracle--the mysterious reappearance Pajarita, a lost infant who will grow up to begin a lineage of fiercely independent women/5(5). About This Book On the first day of the millennium, a small town gathers to witness a miracle—the mysterious reappearance of a lost infant, Pajarita—and unravel its portents for the century.

Later, as a young woman in the capital city—Montevideo, brimming with growth and promise—Pajarita begins a lineage of fiercely independent women. The Invisible Mountain is an incisive examination of some of life's trickier dilemmas, including when to place family at the forefront, and when to honor your own ideals even at the expense of others.

The novel is also an enchanting new entry in the realm of. The Invisible Mountain is a poetic and absorbing generational epic that pays tribute to a colorful culture and amazing history. De Robertis is a promising young writer, and we can only hope there is much more to come from her.

Rebecca Stropoli writes from Brooklyn, New York. The Invisible Mountain is a wonderful story; and De Robertis is a writer to watch.” —Matthew Aaron Goodman, author of Hold Love Strong “De Robertis is a skilled storyteller, but it is her use of language—from the precision of poetry to the sensuality of sex—that makes this literary debut so exceptional.” —Booklist (starred review).

Publisher's Summary On the first day of the millennium, a small town gathers to witness a miracle and unravel its portents for the century: the mysterious reappearance of a lost infant, Pajarita. Later, as a young woman in the capital city - Montevideo, brimming with growth and promise - Pajarita begins a lineage of fiercely independent women.

The Invisible Mountain is a stunning exploration of the search for love and a poignant celebration of the fierce connection between mothers and daughters.

About the Author Carolina De Robertis was raised in England, Switzerland, and California by Uruguayan parents. This was a fabulous book -- complex, with a huge cast of characters who are all fully realized, even if not always likeable.

It covers 3 generations of women and all the upheavals of their lives. The unsung star of the book is Uruguay itself, specifically Montevideo. Find books like The Invisible Mountain from the world’s largest community of readers.

Goodreads members who liked The Invisible Mountain also liked: Isla. 'A lyrical, haunting story about three generations of an extraordinary family, and an evocative tribute to the endurance of women and the spirit of poetry' Diana Gabaldon 'Dense and lush, filled with lyrical storytelling' Kirkus Reviews 'Deeply engrossing!This novel makes us ponder the struggles of our own grandmothers, mothers, and daughters, and gives us the compassion to .The Invisible Mountain narrates the account of that trek.

The story examines the trek as adventure, spiritual odyssey, and as metaphor for the journey of life. In the words of Millard Fuller, co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International and The Fuller Center for Housing: ""Ride with [Bob Vande Kappelle] as you read.The invisible mountain.

[Carolina De Robertis] -- "The sweep of a century, the hand of history, three women whose lives will never be the same again. As the twentieth century dawns, so begins one of the most dramatic periods in the history of South.