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He also offers a personal window to his experience as a fan ka Mexico, the local habits, traditions, tics and story arcs that mark him out as different from others.

Too clean for success, according to Villoro. Essential World Cup Reading. However, we kno You are probably familiar with this famous Garry Lineker apothegm: He even churned our 30 pages on Maradona. Villoro logra expresar lo que sentimos todos los amantes del futbol, un deporte de grandes.

This is another punchy and simplistic sports book by an author who has little faith in his readers and doesn’t even attempt to treat sports writing like serious non-fiction. This is a great introduction to that world. This one, written by a Mexican author and translated from Spanish, was another good one.

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Increasingly, our football experiences seem confined to either of these reductive camps or types. That’s not a criticism exactly Aborda su historia, personajes fundamentales, partidos traumaticos,equipos legendarios y los expone de una manera exquisita. Villoro cites a plethora of authors: Open Preview See a Problem?

The book really kicks into high gear towards the end, A lapidary collection se belles lettres on futbol, rich in anecdote and rumination.

To add more books, click here. Villoro writes about the great players of Europe but also about following small, unsuccessful clubs in South America as This is a collection of elegant, passionate, essays about the world’s most popular sport: Roger Angell might have been able to do it, had he been born 40 years later than he was.


God Is Round is allusive in such a way that nestles football nay, sport itself al the heart of our most significant cultural expressions.

Twenty-two men chase a ball for ninety minutes and at the end, the Germans always wins. Nor do I know all of the players — but even a non-follower must recognize more of these legends than they might think. Juan Villoro es un escritor y periodista violoro, Premio Herralde por su novela El testigo. Sticking with German football-related examples, this method allows Villoro frequently to make surprising discoveries, such as listing Wolfgang Overath as the only German representative in his chapter of famous Number 10s.

Villoro knows every nickname, and has alternative titles for every person, place, thing or idea.

The book is erudite, irreverent and fervent. Arrecife by Juan Villoro 3.

Es casi una oda al deporte rey sin rayar en el fanatismo. Hence, as Villoro indirectly gestures, our admiration for Diego Maradona and Leo Messi, whom the Mexican writer captures wonderfully in two portrait essays attempting to interpret the significance of these footballing giants. This was particularly interesting for me because most of my soccer interest is Euro-centric. Chock-a-block with great anecdotes, dazzling quotes, and characters who dee only come from the world of football.

Preview — Dios es Redondo by Juan Villoro. Read the full review by visiting our website: 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.


Efectos personales by Juan Villoro 3. Dios es redondo rinde tributo al mas colorido de los divos del pie privilegiado, Diego Armando Maradona, registra las glorias y los excesos de la liga espanola, ofrece indelebles estampas del ultimo Mundial del siglo XX y brinda un notable ejemplo del arte de la conversacion con Jorge Valdano.

Jan 21, Elyse Hdez rated it really liked it. Villoro lo hizo de nuevo. Perhaps, it’s that Villoro strongest sections fe the basic pieces and create a lukewarm aftertaste. Of course, in another register football contains plenty of quantifiable events and results.

Dios es Redondo by Juan Villoro

Books by Juan Villoro. Jan 07, Samuel Ch. The casual and ultra, the child and the adult, will find themselves not just satisfied but hungry for more such literature. Conferencia sobre la lluvia by Juan Villoro 4. Want to Read saving…. Yet, if you care teibu facticity, well, vil,oro luck. Of course, Villoro explains that this is an idealized childhood we elect to remember, not one we actually lived through.

Trivia About Dios es Redondo. However, what this antidote looks like in practice is hard to picture, given the impossibility of restoring a pre-globalization and pre-professionalization version of football, as Villoro himself concedes. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Dios es Redondo

Football has left is working class roots as a relief from industrialization far behind. Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. This historically based, utterly irrational, anecdote-laden football fandom is new to me.