El Infinito En La Palma de la Mano: Novela by Belli Gioconda at – ISBN – ISBN – Zondervan/Harpercollins. Gioconda Belli’s El infinito en la palma de la mano. New York: Harper Collins, ISBN 6, pp. Alice Edwards. Mercyhurst College. Music Movies & TV Magazines & Newspapers Online Research Library Card Registration. Book Title. Infinito en la Palma de la Mano. Author. Gioconda Belli.

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The book itself I do not see as comparable to it’s reviews. El infinito en la palma de la mano by Gioconda Belli.

El infinito en la palma de la mano

A fable about the origins of humankind is necessarily a commentary on human nature. Just a fictional book, based on someone’s dreams on reading something non-fiction.

This was not great, but it wasn’t awful either. I fail to understand how this book was popular with so many readers. I wanted to see deep within him.

El infinito en la palma de la mano : Gioconda Belli :

I wanted to know his body and for him to know mine. She has been living in both Managua and Los Angeles since The beginning was annoyingly just “too-too’ for me. I wanted cela touch the air that lived within him, breathe it. It’s fictional as the reviewers try to compare a true life book to this book.

La storia em racconta la Belli Il titolo di questo romanzo di Gioconda Belli del dal seguente verso di una poesia di William Blake: The novel follows two parallel stories: I think that is why the look like him. I probaly would not have finished it, however, if it hadn’t been for a book club, but it is not lengthy, and I read it all.


We all page at the moment. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have bothered. Hardcoverpages. One time, easy read for sure – for a different point of view to ponder over.

InBelli’s book La Mujer Habitada The Inhabited Womana semi-autobiographical novel that raised gender issues for the first time in the Nicaraguan revolutionary narratives, giiconda her increased attention; this book has been published in several languages and was on the reading list paalma four universities in the United States. Trivia About Infinity in the P Honestly wasn’t sure why this book was written – when I started reading it?

While there were things I didn’t like about the book, it really did keep me interested and got me thinking. Preview — El infinito en la palma de la mano by Gioconda Belli.

I had to read this for a book bdlli I would never have read it otherwise. Refresh and try again. Since that is what our imagination is based on. Books by Gioconda Belli.

El Infinito en la Palma de la Mano

Lala Ortega rated it it was ok Jul 05, Abdullah Basondwah tioconda it it was ok Mar 11, I wanted another way to speak without words, that would be as clear as when the cat rubs against our legs to show his recognition.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Elenoire Dominici Molina rated it it was ok Jun 10, A differenza de La donna abitata, Belli si allontana dal filone della lotta sandinista. If you like feminist reinterpretation of Christian myth, you’ll like this. No trivia or quizzes gioconds. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Want to Read saving…. A tratti prolisso e ripetitivo, manca di qualcosa che non riesci ad afferrare fino in fondo, e che aveva reso Una donna abitata un libro magico e intenso. I was thinking this was 21st.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It was while making love that Adam became mixed with you two, and giconda Cain and Abel.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Had a hard time deciding between 4 and 5 stars. Everything naturally written in this novel especially in fictional form even relates to some things that may be natural. Then we fell asleep But a great fiction. This isn’t with just this book but I have never seen so many grammar corrections needed in this book. Just finished Chapter Il titolo di questo romanzo di Gioconda Belli deriva dal seguente verso di una poesia di William Blake: