[Ebook] ➠ The Interior Circuit By Francisco Goldman – Sigilo.us

[Ebook] ➠ The Interior Circuit  By Francisco Goldman – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • The Interior Circuit
  • Francisco Goldman
  • 03 June 2018
  • 0802122566

The Interior Circuit Coming Off The Most Successful Book Of A Decorated Career Say Her Name The Interior Circuit Is Francisco Goldman S Timely And Provocative Journey Into The Heart Of Mexico City The Interior Circuit Is Goldman S Story Of His Emergence From Grief Five Years After His Wife S Death, Symbolized By His Attempt To Overcome His Fear Of Driving In The City Embracing The DF Mexico City As His Home, Goldman Explores And Celebrates The City, Which Stands Defiantly Apart From So Many Of The Social Ills And Violence Wracking Mexico This Is The Chronicle Of An Awakening, Both Personal And Political, Interior And Exterior, To The Meaning And Responsibilities Of Home Mexico S Narco War Rages On And, With The Restoration Of The Institutional Revolutionary Party The PRI To Power In The Summer S 2012 Elections, The DF S Special Apartness Seems Threatened In The Summer Of 2013, When Mexican Organized Crime Violence And Death Erupts In The City In An Unprecedented Way, Goldman Sets Out To Try To Understand The Menacing Challenges The City Now Faces By Turns Exuberant, Poetic, Reportorial, Philosophic, And Urgent, The Interior Circuit Fuses A Personal Journey To An Account Of One Of The World S Most Remarkable And Often Misunderstood Cities.

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10 thoughts on “The Interior Circuit

  1. says:

    When we last left Mr Goldman, he was bereft and just grieving the loss of his young wife, Aura, in an ocean accident Say Her Name is one of the most moving books I ve ever read I was warned not to read it on the bus because I wouldn t be able to stop crying Goldman examines Aura s life with the eye and detail of the journ...

  2. says:

    this book felt all over the place the first half, about him getting through his grieving period, is stronger than the second half which is about a group kidnapping in Mexico city I felt the whole thing was too loosely related.

  3. says:

    Multi layered and beautifully written, _The Interior Circuit_ presents Goldman s experience riding, and sometimes being pounded by, the waves of grief after his young wife s death in a body surfing accident He dives into life in Mexico City, specifically the DF, in part to connect with this place that Aura treasured And the book moves far beyond Goldman s personal grief and into the wonders of the DF and Mexico the beauty of the people and heritage and the horror of the narco world in most Multi layered and beautifully written, _The Interior Circuit_ presents Goldman s experience riding, and sometimes being pounded by, the waves of grief after his young wife s death in a body surfing accident He dives into life in Mexico City, specifically the DF, in part to connect with this place tha...

  4. says:

    Excelente libro Excelente libro.Estuve en la presentaci n y por ello s de qu va, m s all de lo que dice.Si amas M xico, hay que leerlo Si quieres comprender lo que nos pasa como mexicanos, hay que leerlo Si quieres saber qu sucede con el autor luego de su libro Di su nombre, hay que leerlo Si te gusta o te asusta manejar en M xico, hay que leerlo Si no te interesa en lo absoluto la pol tica, quiz es mejor que no lo leas, es m s pol tico q...

  5. says:

    This is a thought provoking and intense book, describing in heart wrenching terms the grief of a husband who has lost his Mexican wife in a surfing accident and how we comes to terms with his grief At the same time it is a powerful description of the violence and corruption which lies behind Mexican society and politics viewed from the relatively stage vantage point of Mexico City Like other reviewers, I felt the pursuit of the kidnapped group in the second half of the bo...

  6. says:

    I loved this even though I question what the author was doing getting into certain situations.It touched on Mexico City and even referenced Daniel Hernandez, Down and Delirious in Mexico City Beautifully written non fiction I felt his grief throough out the book and while some may not have liked it...

  7. says:

    Just starting and really enjoying it The books opens on Avenida Amsterdam, which I remember well I wasn t particularly daunted by driving in Mexico City However, I confined myself mostly to within a few square miles of where I was living I did havefender benders in my four years in Mexico City than I ve had in 24 years in Los Angeles And I agree with Goldman s observation that peseros are hulking minibuses whose bashed and scarred exteriors attest to the Road Warrior aggression of Just starting and really enjoying it The books opens on Avenida Amsterdam, which I remember well I wasn t particularly daunted by driving in Mexico City However, I confined myself mostly to within a few square miles of where I was living I did havefender benders in my four years in Mexico City than I ve had in 24 years in Los Angeles And I agree with Goldman s observation that peseros are hulking minibuses whose bashed and scarred exteriors attest to the Road Warrior aggression of their notorious pilots My only really scary encounter during a minor accident was when a pesero driver side swiped me We both pulled over to inspect the damage and suddenly six other pesero drivers stopped their vehicles and were loudly advocating for the idiot who hit me Ah, memories I handed the driver 10 to go away and the problem vanished.My fondest memory of driving in Mexico City at least in hindsight was with my friend Joan, looking for a ga...

  8. says:

    Goldman provides an engaging yet disjointed look at Mexico City, a place he has truly fallen in love with Goldman s perspective on the city is somewhat circumscribed as he tends to focus on besides a long segment at the end on Tepito the hip, bourgeois neighborhood of Condesa where he and his other leftist, bohemian, artist type friends live and frequent.Having lived in Mexico City myself I found it fun reading about all the quirks of the city that one truly appreciates after having spent som Goldman provides an engaging yet disjointed look at Mexico City, a place he has truly fallen in love with Goldman s perspective on the city is somewhat circumscribed as he tends to focus on besides a long segment at the end on Tepito the hip, bourgeois neighborhood of Condesa where he and his other leftist, bohemian, artist type friends live and frequent.Having lived in Mexico City myself I found it fun reading about all the quirks of the city that one truly appreciates after having spent some time there Nevertheless, I believe the book is still accessible to those who have never set foot in Mexico City since Goldman s vivid descriptions and powerful and deeply passionate emotions about the city and his experiences there keep one wanting to readThere s also a strong undercurrent throughout the book about copin...

  9. says:

    Guatemalan writer Francisco Goldman s chronicle set in Mexico City is a tender, then chilling tale about death First, Goldman relates how he deals with his grief over losing his young wife in a surfing accident His therapy includes learning to drive a stick shift car on the difficult city roads and holding an annual barbecue He also spends many hours drinking in cantinas with friends and alone The second part of the book recounts the horrendous story of how twelve young people from the infam Guatemalan writer Francisco Goldman s chronicle set in Mexico City is a tender, then chilling tale about death First, Goldman relates how he deals with his grief over losing his young wife in a surfing accident His therapy includes learning to drive a stick shift car on the difficult city roads and holding an annual barbecue He also spends many hours drinking in cantinas with ...

  10. says:

    This books is divided in two parts The first part describes how the author deals with the his loss of his wife he decides to learn to drive in Mexico City If you have any idea about how this city works and its pace you ll understand what a daunting task this is The challenge is an exercise in d rive as he decides to drive to places he chooses randomly on the famous Gu a Roji city guide book Through this process he also talks about the history, politics and culture of M xico City as well as This books is divided in two parts The first part describes how the author deals with the his loss of his wife he decides to learn to drive in Mexico City If you have any idea about how this city works and its pace you ll understand what a daunting task this is The challenge is an ex...

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