Sidewalks by Valeria Luiselli

"Sidewalks" is a collection of essays that delve into the themes of urban spaces, memory, and identity through the lens of the author's experiences in different cities around the world. The narrative weaves together personal reflections, literary criticism, and philosophical musings, offering a unique perspective on the ways in which the physical landscapes of cities intersect with the internal landscapes of our minds. Through her explorations of sidewalks, cemeteries, and other urban spaces, the author invites readers to consider the profound connections between place, history, and the self, making this work a thoughtful meditation on the nature of belonging and the transient essence of life.

The 10947th greatest book of all time


Published
2013
Nationality
Mexican
Type
Fiction
Pages
100-200
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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