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La zia Julia e lo scribacchino KINDLE La Zia Julia E Lo Scribacchino Author Mario Vargas Llosa Paletterie2000.eu Un Universo Leggero E Affollato, Fondato Meno Sul Dramma Che Sull Ironia, Che Ruota Intorno A Due Straordinari Personaggi Da Una Parte Pedro Camacho, Prolifico Autore Di Radiodrammi Per Radio Central A Lima, E Dall Altra Mario, Giovane Studente Perdigiorno Che Coltiva Una Sua Ambizione Letteraria E Che Si Innamora Della Zia Divorziata, Julia Appunto, Con La Quale Finir Per Convolare A Nozze Con Grande Scandalo Dei Familiari E Mentre Pedro Scivoler A Poco A Poco In Una Dolce E Inconcludente Follia, Confondendo Sempre Pi Gravemente Le Trame Dei Suoi Sceneggiati E Condannandosi Infine Al Silenzio, Mario Diventer Invece Uno Scrittore Di Successo, Che Quando Incontrer Di Nuovo Il Suo Antico Modello , Potr Vedere Nell Oblio Di Lui Una Sorta Di Prefigurazione Del Suo Futuro, O Forse Del Destino Di Tutti Gli Uomini.

  • Paperback
  • 344 pages
  • La zia Julia e lo scribacchino
  • Mario Vargas Llosa
  • Italian
  • 06 March 2019
  • 8806135422

About the Author: Mario Vargas Llosa

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10 thoughts on “La zia Julia e lo scribacchino

  1. says:

    He was in the prime of his life, his fifties, and his distinguishing traits a broad forehead, an aquiline nose, a penetrating gaze, the very soul of rectitude and goodness.Genius and insanity may or may not have a close concordat but stories of this kind never fail to fascinate me and evenwhen they are subjected to satire, as Llosa does with great effect in this case Pedro Camacho the man behind the metrically balanced name is an unbalanced maverick of singular mind to whom the only He was in the prime of his life, his fifties, and his distinguishing traits a broad forehead, an aquiline nose, a penetrating gaze, the very soul of rectitude and goodness.Genius and insanity may or may not have a close concordat but stories of this kind never fail to fascinate me and evenwh...

  2. says:

    I consider my experience with this book a love affair gone horribly wrong Once again I m harshly reminded of the dangers of praising a book before I ve finished it What began as an amazing wonder promising to be a masterpiece, hitting a still patch towards the half way mark and quickening its pace towards the end, died an awful death in Chapter 20, a hateful, misogynistic, self absorbed, malicious end that made me re...

  3. says:

    Mario Vargas Llosa is one of few Nobel winning writers I have wanted to read for ages, but I have to admit, he wasn t near the top of the list, until I came across this novel which I knew nothing about , But for whatever reason it just appealed to me, it called my name, tempting me in, so I took the Peruvian plunge Having never read a book set there before I didn t know what to expect, but my literary trip to Lima worked out pretty well in the end I thought or i d hoped his style may have b Mario Vargas Llosa is one of few Nobel winning writers I have wanted to read for ages, but I have to admit, he wasn t near the top of the list, until I came across this novel which I knew nothing about , But for whatever reason it just ap...

  4. says:

    If you should happen to read it just ignore me Ignore all I ve written about It s not a real review In fact, this is not review at all.It s been some years I read Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter for the first time It was at hospital, after my surgery, waiting for. Oh, I didn t know what I was waiting for Anyway, I was lying in bed like some miserable Lazarius, looking like shit and feeling the same, in a strange city, with no one to talk Ok, it doesn t matter So, I was lying and thinking If you should happen to read it just ignore me Ignore all I ve written about It s not a real review In fact, this is not review at all.It s been some years I read Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter for the first time It was at hospital, after my surgery, waiting for. Oh, I didn t know what I was waiting for Anyway, I was lying in bed like some miserable Lazarius, looking like shit and feeling the same, in a...

  5. says:

    That is what Contrafactus is all about In everyday thought, we are constantly manufacturing mental variants on situations we face, ideas we have, or events that happen, and we let some features stay exactly the same while others slip What features do we let slip What ones do we not even consider letting slip What events are perceived on some deep intuitive level as being close relatives of ones which really happened What do we think almost happened or could have happened, even though That is what Contrafactus is all about In everyday though...

  6. says:

    I read this after The Time Of The Hero and was relieved by the simpler narrative form with its clear alteration between the narrator, presumably loosely based on the author, who is pursuing a romantic relationship with his aunt and the radio soap opera story episodes written by the eponymous scriptwriter, who eventually crashes over into a nervous breakdown.The narrative paths progress on different trajectories with the scriptwriter s stories all start off featuring a man of his own age at the I read this af...

  7. says:

    The modern novel is a conglomeration of different literary techniques and styles, true But which ones to use must be The preliminary question of every writer before he begins his novel MVL has decided, in this one, to split himself in two the separate entities living inside the man are Marito Varguitas , the ingenue romantic, who experiences a rich life, full of romance, adventures and comical characters, and Pedro Camacho, the ugly dwarf only produ...

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    It s easy to write a review of a good novel It s also easy to write a review of bad one But this It has hutzpah, it has ambition, it almost gets there but not quite This is novel of two lives, both at critical junctures, told in two vastly different formats The first, semi autobiographical, is the story of an aspiring young writer, Marito, and his courtship of his aunt by marriage The second is the story of Pedro Camacho, an acclaimed radio scriptwriter, as he falls apart under the stress It s easy to write a review of a good novel It s also easy to write a review of bad one But this It has hutzpah, it has ambition, it almost gets there but not quite This is novel of two lives, both at critical junctures, told in two vastly different formats The first, semi autobiographical, is the story of an aspiring young writer, Marito, and his courtship of his aunt by marriage The second is the story of Pedro Camacho, an acclaimed radio scriptwriter, as he falls apart under the stress of writing ten different radio serials simultaneously Chapters of the love story of Marito and Julia alternate with chapters short stories of the increasingly bizarre radio soa...

  9. says:

    Vivere significava, per lui, scrivereDue storie che si intersecano a capitoli alterni come due voci in una fuga di Bach Solo che una fuga di Bach bella ma non fa ridere, questo romanzo invece molto bello e strappa il sorriso spesso e volentieri.Vargas Llosa racconta la vita di un giovane scrittore, Mario Marito Varguitas ci ho messo un po , tonto che sono, a capire che erano la stessa persona , che che si intreccia con gli iperbolici romanzi radiofonici dello scribacchino Pedro, lo scri Vivere significava, per lui, scrivereDu...

  10. says:

    I found myself underwhelmed by Borges and Marquez their brand of magical realism turned out not to be my cuppa I found myself much, much happier with Mario Vargas Llosa s Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter. The book s chapters alternate between young Marito s first person account of his love affair with his much older in law Aunt Julia, and the third person tales of the scriptwriter of a popular radio soap opera I found both parts equally engaging Given that Marito is a diminutive for M I found myself underwhelmed by Borges and Marquez their brand of magical realism turned out not to be my cuppa I found myself much, mu...

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