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Lost Children Archive
July 17, 2021Comments.. 411
☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli Valeria Luiselli ☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli - Lost Children Archive, Lost Children Archive From the two time NBCC Finalist a fiercely imaginative novel about a family s summer road trip across America a journey that with breathtaking imagery spare lyricism and profound humanity probes. ☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli - Lost Children Archive, Lost Children Archive From the two time NBCC Finalist a fiercely imaginative novel about a family s summer road trip across America a journey that with breathtaking imagery spare lyricism and profound humanity probes
  • Title: Lost Children Archive
  • Author: Valeria Luiselli
  • ISBN: 0525520619
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover

Lost Children Archive Valeria Luiselli ☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli - Lost Children Archive, Lost Children Archive From the two time NBCC Finalist a fiercely imaginative novel about a family s summer road trip across America a journey that with breathtaking imagery spare lyricism and profound humanity probes. ☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli, Lost Children Archive, Valeria Luiselli, Lost Children Archive From the two time NBCC Finalist a fiercely imaginative novel about a family s summer road trip across America a journey that with breathtaking imagery spare lyricism and profound humanity probes the nature of justice and equality in America today A mother and father set out with their kids from New York to Arizona In their used Volvo and with their ten year old son From

  • ☆ Lost Children Archive ↠ Valeria Luiselli
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  1. Meikesays:

    Unfortunately, this novel illustrates the difference between well intentioned and well executed Luiselli writes about the plight of migrants trying to cross the border between Mexico and the US, especially children making this dangerous passage through the desert in hopes of being re united with family members who work in the States So this author has a message, and an important one, and there is nothing wrong with selling a message to readers per se, but Luiselli is trying way to hard, thus o U [...]

  2. Neilsays:

    This is one of those books where the reader at least, THIS reader , because of the subject matter, feels a certain pressure to like the book and post positive comments about it We are reading about the US s attitude to its indigenous people and to those, especially children, who try to cross the border from Mexico, often with the aim of meeting up with parents who work there with no documentation.But it is a strange story and one that, for my personal taste, tries a bit too hard But on t This is [...]

  3. Sophiesays:

    the constant tension in those pictures, a tension between document and fabrication, between capturing a unique fleeting instant and staging an instant She wrote somewhere that photographs create their own memories, and supplant the past In her pictures there isn t nostalgia for the fleeting moment, captured by chance with a camera Rather there s a confession this moment captured is not a moment stumbled upon and preserved but a moment stolen, plucked from the continuum of experience in [...]

  4. Sarahsays:

    Too many words and not enough story Similar comments appeared on my English Language report when as an earnest 16 year old I would pore over the thesaurus, gleaning longer and obscure words to weave into my prose Unfortunately for me the examiners were looking for an easy read which demonstrated a basic grasp of grammar As a reader I want a book that gets my attention, tells me a story or provides some descriptive thread, and either educates, thrills or tugs on emotions In the case of t Too many [...]

  5. Bonnie Brodysays:

    I have given myself a 50 page rule I ll read 50 pages of any book and if, by that time I don t like it, I won t continue I read than 50 pages in this case but could not finish It is poorly written, the narrative is minimalist and the writing is immature.The characters are nameless, but in a postured and unrealistic way There is the father , the son , the daughter , etc There is no depth to the character development In fact, they seemed like cut outs to me The gist of the story is I have given my [...]

  6. Chris Haaksays:

    A very powerful and impressive novel I recommend reading Luiselli s essay Tell Me How It Ends first, in order to get all the facts beforehand and to understand the political situation in the US better Both books have largely the same subject matter child migrants crossing the border from Mexico to the US, traveling dangerously on freight trains, risking their lives, hoping to reach a family member once they arrive in the US It is als a book about how native Americans have mostly disappeare A ver [...]

  7. Kristen Beverlysays:

    The mother who is narrating most of the story is noting moments of simple significance in her life, an archive in of itself, mostly on a road trip to move from New York to the Southwest As they drive, they hear about the refugee crisis at the border, which becomes juxtaposed against the crisis within their family The mother is insightful and at times full of wonder about the world that she experiencing The reader sees the United States through their eyes as they travel At times it seem The mothe [...]

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