El lenguaje del juego (Narrativas hispánicas) (Spanish Edition)
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Gracias, Fernando del Paso, vive por siempre, es todo lo que te pido. And one of the funnier sections of the book, which is quite bursting with humor. This was over the top excellent - it mixes tall tale with myth with history with offbeat yet deep pieces of trivia; all of this collages together into a dense encyclopedic feat of literature.
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It is moving, funny, sad, erotic, educating, gross, bawdy, explicit, crude; it is all these and more. It is playful with form; it is literate at all times, piling references and allusions into multi-page length paragraphs.
Overall, and most importantly, it is a joy to read; sentence upon sentence of exquisite prose, all resulting in an incomparable work of literature. It is also extremely depressing that, having read News From the Empire, I've now read the entirety of del Paso's works translated into English. It seems like there are only a handful of other works by him, but I basically wish I read Spanish so I could seek them out. Dalkey needs to get on this shit. Random paragraph chosen by opening the book at random as it is exceptional from cover to cover : But, on her nose and cheeks, my cousin also had archipelagos of freckles which might have been caused by the impact of bubbles of champagne and which, maintained Uncle Esteban - because he adored them and because he adored Estefania and drank her tears from a thimble of ivory - added sparkle to her fizziognomy.
And also on her shoulders, those shoulders like blue dunes, caressed by scorching Levantine winds, and from which grew, like scattered vegetation from desert sand, single golden hairs tasting of apricot. Oh yeah, there's a shit-ton on incest as well. It's a five star heavyweight I docked for biting my ear and everything else to complete this journey.
There's my disclaimer as faux review. Ay Caramba!! View 1 comment. A beautiful torrent of language, like Joyce on E, a young man in Mexico in love with his cousin. Makes you laugh out loud it's so beautiful, reminds you what it's like to be young.
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The sheer energy, love of life and words. View all 3 comments. Forma, fondo y lenguaje. Este libro es un viaje de placer infinito. Feb 12, Josue Olvera rated it it was amazing. Otro libro que me deja abrumado, sin palabras, completamente enamorado y feliz. Un monstruo hermoso. Trabajos de amor perdidos. O my Darling Clementine! Jul 12, Cristina rated it it was amazing.
Probably not "great" if you aren't mexican. If you are, it will be the best book you will ever read. I knew about fifty pages into this book that I was doomed to admire it and never finish it. What few English reviews exist of this book rightly praise the language and translation, but while I found the conceptual and aesthetic aspects of the book pretty appealing, I just couldn't imagine myself getting through densely typed pages of it I got a cheap hardback online, but I think the Dalkey edition is closer to pp.
No matter how much goodwill I reserved for this book, I still found it to I knew about fifty pages into this book that I was doomed to admire it and never finish it. No matter how much goodwill I reserved for this book, I still found it to be a slog. Del Paso seems to take a lot of cues from Jean Genet in his attempts to obliterate the distinction between subject and object through fiction. Like Our Lady Of The Flowers , Palinuro is a novel of the body, but it's a novel that redefines the boundaries of that same body.
The self is both a gestalt of bodily organs, and also an unlucky coincidental result of many complex relations. Del Paso tries to destroy our ideas of what a novel is by dissolving his characters among a vast web of different discourses and histories, by making them fuck their cousins for pages on end and never allowing us the illusion of understanding why.
Like the more transgressive stuff in Gravity's Rainbow , Del Paso seems to be hinting at some sexual propulsion towards entropy. All of which is very cool and good.
But I found something else to grab onto in those two novels beyond concepts and word-drunk torrents, and I couldn't find that here. Lo recomiendo ampliamente. I have not the patience to continue. Other have tread here before me only to assign five stars. If only I were not such a literalist perhaps I too could have gone beyond my single pentagram. Surrealista pero muy cuerdo. Mas todo este esfuerzo termina siendo recompensado por extensos pasajes de una prodigalidad pocas veces vista en nuestra literatura mexicana. Sin duda, Palinuro es un hito en la narrativa mexicana de la segunda mitad del siglo XX.
Trabajos de amor perdidos, entre otros varios. Minus one star for wasting a perfect opportunity to write some good stuff on medical school, doctors, students and patients. Feb 20, J. This is one of those sure-fire books that get all the modern literature majors excited at their po-mo, creme-limned Starbucks orgies. Lacking any sort of coherent structure and plot, the novel is largely a series of infinitely interesting sexual episodes between the narrator and his cousin in their infinitely interesting apartment interspersed with some lively pranking done by the narrator and his medical school buddies e.
The early third of the book, maybe the first half, is consumed with this sort of poetic, pornographic nonsense that can't help but be engaging. Unfortunately, the trick of del Paso's narrative style quickly devolves into little more than infinitely uninteresting lists of things, litanies of things, and even less plot than the first, good bits.
Now, I don't mind no plot, but it might've helped. Just, no more lists of things. No lists. I'd definitely advise enterprising readers and fans of the surreal to at least read the first half, there's some really good shit in there.
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Un libro que no tiene desperdicio! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Fernando del Paso. Fernando del Paso. Fernando del Paso es un cuentista y novelista mexicano. Obtuvo el Premio Nacional de Letras y Artes en Books by Fernando del Paso.
No trivia or quizzes yet. If certain characters resemble people in real life, it is because certain people in real life resemble characters from a novel. Nobody, therefore, is entitled to feel included in this book. Nobody, by the same token, to feel excluded. Acabamos haciendo el amor en esperanto. Welcome back. Claro que se puede plantear.
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Poco a poco. Hola a todos. El segundo incoveniente es el nivel de los alumnos. Este tipo de recurso lo veo en alumnado con nivel muy alto C1 , siendo dificil mezclarlos. Un ejemplo: En la escuela donde doy clase a chavales se les realiza un test de vocabulario cada dos semanas. Sin embargo, los alumnos lo encontraban una idea maravillosa. Supongo que esperamos ha estar mas duchos en el asunto.
Yo, como emigrada digital ,me quedo boquiabierta con las posibilidades inmensas que el ecosistema digital ofrece a los profesores y aprendientes facilitando y enriqueciendo el proceso de aprendizaje en general y de ELE en particular. Pero tampoco se debe uno dejar enmbriagarse con esta exuberancia de herramientas y ser conscientes que no son la panacea que va solucionar todos las dificultades educativas.
Por supuesto que es posible el aprendizaje transmedia. Como comentaba Antonio Orta, implantar la transmedia en las clases no es una labor sencilla. But he was also suspected of being implicated in the killing of the anarchist Mateo Morral, in Freed for lack of evidence, his reputation was left forever tainted and, three years later after a grotesque travesty of a trial, the military had him shot in Barcelona. Forty years later, his daughter publishes his biography, describing a life as opaque as that of a saint.
She lives through the Spanish Civil War and the exile of the dispossessed. But Sol moves through life like a shadow: the shadow of a shadow.