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Return to Book Page. However, what this antidote looks like in practice is trbiu to picture, given the impossibility of restoring a pre-globalization and pre-professionalization version of football, as Villoro himself concedes.

Es casi una oda al deporte rey sin rayar en el fanatismo. No real structure or insight, just a collection of musings by someone who ‘s been on the scene for a while.

Jan 04, Jose Luis rated it it was amazing. Tiempo transcurrido by Juan Villoro 3. Nonetheless, the childlike experience of mystery, wonderment, and most importantly, confronting the incomprehensible, is what gives football meaning, according to Villoro.

Want to Read Muan Reading Read. Villiro year I dove into the work of a renowned author, playwright and journalist, who just happens to be a soccer fanatic. As such, we bear witness to football and respond to it in fandom, of which writing itself is a type. Autopista sanguijuela by Juan Villoro 3. Anecdotas interesantes y un capitulo de conversaciones con Jorge Valdano que por tribbu solo vale la lectura completa.

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Of course, in another register football contains plenty of quantifiable events and results. Aborda su historia, personajes fundamentales, partidos traumaticos,equipos legendarios y los expone de una manera exquisita. To ask other readers questions about Dios es Redondoplease sign up. Roger Angell might have been able to do it, had he been born 40 years later than he was. Villoro knows every nickname, and has alternative titles for every person, place, thing or idea.

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Refresh and try again. Somehow it doesn’t take itself to seriously, yet it discusses the deepest truths in life through the medium of soccer fandom. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Narrativa impecable para aficionados y no aficionados del balompie. Chock-a-block with great anecdotes, dazzling quotes, and characters who can only come from the world of football. God Is Round is worth its price tag for these two essays alone, which will become required reading for the thinking football fan.

It’s hard to think of a similar collection of linked essays on baseball. Jan 21, Elyse Hdez rated it really liked it.

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Jul 09, Pinche Moy rated it it was amazing. Aug 03, Leopoldo Del pino rated it it was amazing. La divertida y muchas veces epica aproximacion literaria de Villoro puede cautivar al forofo deseoso de compartir datos reveladores al calor de una tertulia, pero tambien al curioso -y aun al enemigo del futbol- interesado en conocer las causas que llevan a proferir alaridos en nombre de un equipo. It’s entir Maybe it’s the English translation, but I did not find this a particularly intelligent book.

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This book name comes from a true love for the game, and its author, Juan Villoro, is an encyclopedia of the sport — and also of literature. There were some paragraphs where the translation probably didn’t transmit what the author want, but overall it was a pleasant lecture.

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Arrecife by Juan Villoro 3. I usually only read this kind of sportswriting when it is centered on baseball. Solo cuando se abren, las heridas entregan sus lecciones. He also offers a personal window to his experience as a fan in Mexico, the local habits, traditions, tics and story arcs that mark him out as different from others.

Villoro lo hizo de nuevo. He also has a few things to say about how advertisement and sponsorship are ruining the game. Football has left is working class roots as a relief from industrialization far behind.