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Bruce Chatwin (1940–1989)

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Verk av Bruce Chatwin

Drömspår (1987) 3,474 exemplar
I Patagonien (1977) 3,181 exemplar
De oskiljaktiga (1982) 1,586 exemplar
Vad gör jag här (1988) 1,288 exemplar
Kaspar Utz (1988) 1,261 exemplar
Djävulen är vit : roman (1980) 703 exemplar
Patagonia Revisited (1986) 204 exemplar
Fotografier och dagboksblad (1993) 180 exemplar
Reis rond de aarde (2000) 11 exemplar
Animal style art from East to West [catalogue of an exhibition (1970) — Joint Author. — 10 exemplar
John Pawson (1998) 9 exemplar
The Novels (2017) 8 exemplar
La sagesse du nomade (2012) 8 exemplar
Op reis met... — Bidragsgivare — 6 exemplar
Oeuvres complètes (2005) 5 exemplar
La nostalgia del espacio (2002) 3 exemplar
The Attractions of France (1993) 3 exemplar
O Vice-Rei de Ajudá (2010) 3 exemplar
Un colpo di Stato 2 exemplar
Einpacken und Abhauen (1997) 1 exemplar
The Novels 1 exemplar
Chatwin Bruce 1 exemplar
℗O ℗canto no mada (2000) 1 exemplar
Per Kirkeby (1992) 1 exemplar
Der Nomade: Briefe 1948-1988 (2014) 1 exemplar
Drpor 1 exemplar
[No title] 1 exemplar

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Lady, Lisa Lyon (1983) — Text — 162 exemplar
Granta 26: Travel (1989) — Bidragsgivare — 153 exemplar
Granta 24: Inside Intelligence (1988) — Bidragsgivare — 150 exemplar
Granta 21: The Story-Teller (1987) — Bidragsgivare — 150 exemplar
The Norton Book of Personal Essays (1997) — Bidragsgivare — 142 exemplar
Resan till Armenien (1933) — Inledning, vissa utgåvor132 exemplar
Granta 44: The Last Place on Earth (1993) — Bidragsgivare — 125 exemplar
Granta 10: Travel Writing (1984) — Bidragsgivare — 88 exemplar
Granta 147: 40th Birthday Special (2019) — Bidragsgivare — 54 exemplar
Mooi verhaal ... : een verrassende bundel zomerse verhalen (1996) — Bidragsgivare — 8 exemplar
On the Black Hill [1988 film] — Original book — 3 exemplar


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Namn enligt folkbokföringen
Chatwin, Charles Bruce
ashes scattered near Kardamyli, Peloponnese, Greece
Land (för karta)
Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK
Nice, France
a fungal infection, Talaromyces marneffei, It is now known as an AIDS-defining illness.
Birmingham, England, UK
London, England, UK
Marlborough College
University of Edinburgh (no degree)
art porter
travel writer
director, Sotheby's
Leigh Fermor, Patrick (friend)
Chanler, Elizabeth (spouse)
The Sunday Times
Priser och utmärkelser
E. M. Forster Award (1979)
Kort biografi
Bruce Chatwin was born in 1940 in the Shearwood Road nursing home in Sheffield, England, and his first home was his grandparents' house in Dronfield, near Sheffield. His mother, Margharita (née Turnell), had moved back to her parents' home when Chatwin's father, Charles Chatwin, went away to serve with the Royal Naval Reserve.



BRITISH AUTHOR CHALLENGE - SHEFFIELD i 75 Books Challenge for 2017 (juni 2017)
Songlines, From the Notebooks i Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (mars 2012)
Songlines, Chapters 16-30 i Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (mars 2012)
Songlines, Chapters 1-15 i Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (mars 2012)
Songlines, by Bruce Chatwin i Le Salon Littéraire du Peuple pour le Peuple (februari 2012)


Very interesting read, fascinating, and quite wonderful. Chatwin interweaves his journey to observe a territorial issue between aboriginal tribes and a proposed train line, with thoughts, science, history, myth, lore, of all peoples origins in song. Life is a songline in which we doing ourselves, and all the things, into existence. Really interesting segue into the theories of human violence (innately offensive, defensive? A result of population and/or resources only—counter intuitively the less a people has the less violent they are, fascinating stuff). Personable and full of the quality I most love in humans and my limited ideas of "aboriginals": a sense of joy.… (mer)
BookyMaven | 56 andra recensioner | Dec 6, 2023 |
Un clásico de la literatura de viajes que parte de las entrañas familiares del autor para convertirse en la búsqueda de los vestigios de una historia insólita.
Todos necesitan del acicate de una busca para vivir; para el viajero ese acicate reside en cualquier sueño», decía Bruce Chatwin. Aquí la excusa para el sueño y para el viaje es un trozo de piel de diez centímetros cuadrados entregado a su abuela como regalo de bodas por un primo marino, exiliado en los confi nes del Imperio Británico. La historia familiar tenía la piel por la de un brontosaurio, aunque era de color rojo y estaba cubierta de pelo. Bruce Chatwin parte tras la
pista de una piel similar y encuentra los vestigios de siglos de historia y las insólitas huellas de personajes improbables.

Exiliados y excéntricos de toda especie, vagabundos y descendientes de vagabundos, hombres y mujeres encallados en el tiempo dan una extraordinaria vivacidad a este libro espléndido, a este clásico de hoy.
… (mer)
carlets | 89 andra recensioner | Nov 29, 2023 |
This really is a book to get lost in, and it has had an immense influence overseas in popularising Aboriginal Australian culture. (Rory Stewart, for instance, recalls this book as the one that made English travel writing "cool".) A rambling yarn, tangents upon tangents, unpleasant viewpoints and hopeful ideas mingling together like dyes being poured into a vat.

The situation is more complex now - some would say problematic but I'd argue that's going too far. Chatwin's time in Australia was fairly brief, his subjects sometimes ironic or perhaps even outright false (to be fair, he acknowledges this), and his attempt to understand an issue that Australians themselves were still grappling with in the 1980s was always going to be deeply flawed. Still, it has its place in the history, and its rather basic overview of one particular aspect of Aboriginal life - even if it is drawn without any shadow or nuance - is an intriguing viewpoint on Australia from an outsider.… (mer)
therebelprince | 56 andra recensioner | Oct 24, 2023 |
Hmmm. Didnt know what to expect from my first "Bruce Chatwin", but this wasnt it. Lots of little snippits - most chapters less than 2 pages long - I got very little idea of Patagonia as a place, there seemed to be very little focus or a line being followed.[return][return]Plenty of characters but couldnt tell how they related to each other (if at all) or how they related to Chatwin. Most interesting things were the longer chapters, such as those on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, who spent several years in Patagonia before disappearing off into the sunset… (mer)
nordie | 89 andra recensioner | Oct 14, 2023 |



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