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Un Hombre Llamado Piedra Azul (A Man Called Blue Stone) Book Review Summary

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Octavio is a middle aged man who starts a journey towards the open areas of Buenos Aires, in his country, Argentina. He drives there because he is a fisherman and he deeply enjoys being in contact with nature.

He has got a Kaiser Carabela, an old fashioned car which adds, in a way, a clearer idea of Octavio's personality. He reaches an island and he has an affair with a helpful man's wife and that event makes him feel like vanishing from that place, being afraid of the possible consequences of what he has done.

Sharing conversations with people from that area, Octavio has got to know a curious story about an indian chief, Calfucurį and discovers that this man has something in common with him.
He decides to look for a place where he wants to find an answer to his many questions about Calfucurį.
The review of this Book prepared by Marta Garay








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Plot & Themes

Tone of book?    -   thoughtful Time/era of story    -   1980's-1999 Internal struggle/realization?    -   Yes Struggle over    -   vague finding self/purpose in life (i.e. no plot to book) Is this an adult or child's book?    -   Adult or Young Adult Book

Main Character

Gender    -   Male Profession/status:    -   fisherman Age:    -   40's-50's Ethnicity/Nationality    -   White (American)

Setting

How much descriptions of surroundings?    -   6 () The Americas (not US):    -   Yes

Writing Style

Sex in book?    -   Yes What kind of sex:    -   touching of anatomy    -   lesbians!    -   actual description of hetero sex Amount of dialog    -   significantly more descript than dialog

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