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AntagoniaAntagon A I Y II Antagon A No Es Solamente La Obra M S Ambiciosa Y Lograda De Luis Goytisolo, Sino Tambi N Uno De Los Empe Os Literarios De Mayor Magnitud Que Ha Dado La Novel Stica Espa Ola De Los Ltimos Cincuenta A Os Antagon A Trata De La Vida Fundamental Y Sencillamente, De La Vida En Sus Vertiginosos Alcances, En Sus Tornadizas Sucesiones De Posibilidades Que Se Abren Y Se Cierran, En Sus Personajes Que Nunca Acaban De Definirse Para Siempre, En El Carrusel De Los Puntos De Vista, En El Amontonamiento De Totales Que Va Dando Cada Instante La Vida Entera El Protagonista De Antagon A Se Llama Ra L Ferrer Gaminde La Obra Empieza Con Sus Primeros Balbuceos Infantiles Y Termina Con La Novela Que L Ha Escrito, Fruto De Su Experiencia Personal Y De La Visi N Del Mundo Elaborada A Partir De Esa Experiencia Entre Un Extremo Y Otro, Los A Os Del Franquismo De Principio A Fin El Amor Y La Clandestinidad Las Grandes Preguntas Sobre La Vida Y La Muerte El Oficio De Escribir La Pasi N Por Las Mujeres De La Prima Matilde Y, En General, Una Sexualidad Desbordante Es Decir La Vida Una Larga Y Gozosa Relaci N Entre El Lector Y Una Obra Magistral.

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  • Paperback
  • 725 pages
  • Antagonia
  • Luis Goytisolo
  • Spanish
  • 21 August 2017
  • 9788420483399

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  1. says:

    Dear GoodRead r I know you ve not finished reading Bottom s Dream just yet Not enough time Perhaps one will never finish reading Bottom s Dream One never does truly finish Wake ing However it may be, it is nevernever too early to begin planning scheduling mulling the reading of the NEXT FAT Novel you ve nevernever heard of translated miraculously into your native English.Antagony Book One by Luis Goytisolo is scheduled from Dalkey for March 24, 2017 Book One rings in at 760 pages And I understand that the width of the spine of this thing in its complete FOUR volume glory is as wide as the average book cover or occupying perhaps the approximate shelf space as your Gibbon from Penguin or your Metcalf from Coffeehouse It s going to be HUGE And the thing of it is is that not only is it a massive stack of readerly pleasure of course it s going to be good but, like I ve said, you ve never heard of it Nor had I of course I learn with you And it s not an anomaly, this and BD ZT being BIG and massively important in that certain sense and unheard of, because there are literally dozens of these things strewn across the globe Remember how you d nevernever heard of Leg Over Leg and ye...


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    I have a special place in my bookshelves for really ambitious and prodigious works of literature Loose, large, baggy behemoths was the apt title chosen for works of literature of that magnitude, particularly in the Victorian era This includes works like Nicholas Nickleby and Martin Chuzzlewit to Middlemarch, of a later epoch, to Les Miserables, a book European when compared to the best that nineteenth century literature has to offer Then, coming to the twentieth century, my shelves are enriched by something like an Ulysses, a Remembrance of Things Past, a Parade s End, a Glastonbury Romance, and even by The Man Without Qualities It is of the latter generation that this current novel belongs to, and has found its pride of place in my shelf of favourite works of an unwieldy nature.So to sum it up all, how do I review a work of such magnitude The scope of this novel bewilders me to the extremes Indeed I had both this and Bottom s Dream lying on my shelf for quite a while both of them being published by Dalkey ZT BD had been lying in my shelves since almost a year and I had failed to make any headaway into Schmidt s...


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    What do you say about a rambling Catalan Ulysses or la recherche du temps perdu Not a lot if you re not qualified to do so.If you enjoy 10 page sentences, political manifestos mixed with a cast of 100 s, and want to understand a little about post war Barce...


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    A veces me desconciertan ciertos autores por esa mezcla de subg neros O m s bien retardan mi lectura Las riadas de descripciones, ese enlazamiento palabrero adem s de fatigoso hace que te pierdas en los mantras o rezos y te d pereza continuar en la lectura De pronto ocurren cosas y las palabras te sirven para describir lugares, emociones y los personajes se convierten en personas y las ciudades devienen en el n cleo central de lo escrito La ciudad, Barcelona, es inabarcable en su odioso transcurrir, pero vale la pena al tratar de atraparla, darte cuenta que es donde naciste, donde amaste, donde te emborrachaste y donde han vivido o muerto quienes amas o amaste Me imagino que los autores espa oles de m s de 50 a n recuerdan porque han vivido o escuchado los a os de la guerra o de la dictadura y eso les permite dentro del g nero usar los escenarios de la represi n o del goce y describirlos usando la mara a de las vidas pobres o enloquecidas de quienes fueron tus amigos, tu fam...

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