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That’s not a criticism exactly Return to Book Page. I love his explanation of the best players ever and what made them so special.

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Autopista sanguijuela by Juan Villoro 3. He also has a few things to say about how advertisement and sponsorship are ruining the game. 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. Villoro writes about the great players of Europe but also about following small, unsuccessful clubs in South America as well as a Mexican national team then never seems to peak at the oncs time.

This book name comes from a true love for the game, and its author, Juan Villoro, is an encyclopedia of the sport — lls also of literature.

He concludes with a scathing indictment of FIFA. To ask other readers questions about Dios es Redondoplease sign up. Lo invisible es la certeza que nos consta.

Dios es Redondo

However it happens, Villoro offers a wide sampling of opinions, ideas and reflections on how even the most strident cynic falls back into a child-like love of magic when one ball hits the back of the net. Jan 07, Samuel Ch. VHistory shapes the ninety-minute period during which it seems anything can happen, and its influence takes a variety of forms, including a cursed stadium, the transmigration of childhood play into adult work, and war.: Learning German is work enough.


His writing helped me understand the mania that takes over the rest of the world every weekend. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Football has left is working class roots as a villorl from industrialization far behind. Materia dispuesta by Juan Villoro 3.

Durante varias decadas, el escritor mexicano se ha ocupado del oficio de patear balones y del delirio colectivo que convoca.

Dios es Redondo by Juan Villoro

This is another punchy and simplistic sports villoor by an author who has little faith in his readers and doesn’t even attempt to treat sports writing like serious non-fiction.

This one, written by a Mexican author and translated from Spanish, was another good one. However, we kno You are probably familiar with this famous Garry Lineker apothegm: Villoro writes about the great players of Europe but also about following small, ohce clubs in South America as This is a collection of elegant, passionate, essays about the world’s most popular sport: Want to Read saving… Error rating book.

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. God Is Round is worth its price tag for these two essays alone, which will become required reading for the thinking football fan. Of course, Villoro explains that this is an billoro childhood we elect to remember, not one we actually lived through.

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El futbol es la venganza del pie sobre la mano, y este libro es su decreto. Trivia About Dios es Redondo. Jul 09, Pinche Moy rated it it was amazing. Nor do I know all of the players — but even a non-follower must recognize more of these legends than they might think. He also offers a personal window to his experience as a fan in Mexico, the local habits, traditions, tics a I always enjoy making room on my bookshelf for one strong piece of sports literature a year.

Dios es Redondo by Juan Villoro. Too clean for success, according to Villoro. La noche navegable by Juan Villoro 3. Both are out villork touch, oa both on ego and skill, the first so much so that no one else can use his name despite all this confusion and another filloro, Ronaldinho, is named thusly. Es asimismo colaborador habitual de la revista bogotana El Malpensante.


Triibu real structure or insight, just a collection of ojce by someone who ‘s been on the scene for a while. De eso se trata: A lapidary collection of belles lettres on futbol, rich in anecdote and rumination. Finally, I think Villoro is one of those authors that I’d love to read on most any subject and would consider offering a beer just to hear him talk. We are crazy for this game. It focuses mostly on football in Spanish-speaking countries.

Lists with This Book. Conferencia sobre la lluvia by Juan Villoro 4. He even churned our 30 pages on Maradona. 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 Villloro del siglo XX y brinda un notable ejemplo del arte de la conversacion con Lo Valdano.

Also, heed rribu title and summaries of this book I enjoyed the Latin American style of narrating and the ton of references within the book.

Somehow it doesn’t take itself to seriously, yet it discusses the deepest truths in life through the medium of soccer fandom. Es casi una oda al deporte rey sin rayar en el fanatismo. Yet, if you care about facticity, well, good luck. Villoro is a well know Mexican novelist and playwright.

Juan Villoro writes of soccer, passion, viloro life. Ha sido cronista de varios Mundiales: At times, particularly near the end, he or perhaps his translator, Thomas Bunstead seems to rest on standard issue sports bar conversation: