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  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • El loro de Flaubert
  • Julian Barnes
  • Spanish
  • 02 August 2018
  • 8433920901

El loro de Flaubert Un Despliegue De Gran Audacia T Cnica Y Elegante Virtuosismo, Al Servicio De Una Amen Sima Trama En La Que Se Alterna La Ficci N Con Hechos Reales Muy Imaginativamente Ordenados Un Libro Que Ha Tenido Un Xito Extraordinario, Tanto En Inglaterra Como En Estados Unidos, No Solo De Cr Tica, Sino Tambi N De Ventas Lo Cual Resulta Algo Ins Lito Teniendo En Cuenta Su Car Cter Descaradamente Literario , Y Ha Recibido Numerosos Galardones.Esta Novela No Trata Solo Del Loro Que Aparec A En El Relato De Gustave Flaubert Un Coeur Simple, Sino Tambi N De Ferrocarriles Y De Osos De Francia Y De Inglaterra De La Vida Y Del Arte Del Sexo Y De La Muerte De George Sand Y De Louise Colet De Los Odiados Estudiosos De La Obra De Flaubert Y De Las Virtudes Del Lector Aficionado Y Todo Ello De La Pluma De Un Enigm Tico Narrador, El Doctor Braithwaite Un Apasionado De Flaubert Que Llega A Escribir Su Propio Sottisier Basado En El Dictionnaire Des Id Es Re Ues , Cuya Vida Y Secretos Nos Son Progresivamente Desvelados.

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10 thoughts on “El loro de Flaubert

  1. says:

    This book is the biography of Gustave Flaubert written by the Francophile Julian Barnes.Or may be not, may be this is a pointless story of a widower and retired doctor, Geoffrey Braithwaite, who is as fascinated with Flaubert as is his creator.Or if we are to get intellectual, is this a satirical meditation on writing, on reading, on the possibilities of gaining a deeper insight into the literary output of an author by studying his life, or even on the irremediably fictional nature of being able This book is the biography of Gustave Flaubert written by the Francophile Julian Barnes.Or may be not, may be this is a pointless story of a widower and retired doctor, Geoffrey Braithwaite, who is as fascinated with Flaubert as is his creator.Or if we are to get intellectual, is this a satirical meditation on writing,...

  2. says:

    That I knew very little of Flaubert s life was an advantage for me to get a full immersion into this literary extravaganza One can tell that Barnes had fun writing this alternative biography of the famous French writer, using his stuffed parrot to concoct a colorful tapestry of interspersed anecdotes with metaliterary intention, ironic finesse and the savoir faire of a virtuous ventriloquist.The fictitious narrator Doctor Geoffrey Braithwaite scrutinizes ...

  3. says:

    This book has been perched on my to read shelf for quite a few years, so that recently, fresh from reading Madame Bovary and L ducation sentimentale as well as Bouvard Et P cuchet , I thought it the perfect moment to take Flaubert s Parrot down from the shelf and dust him off On page sixteen however, Julien Barnes mentions...

  4. says:

    Geoffrey Braithwaite, a doctor with three children, takes a vacation to Rouen in France to pay homage to his literary hero, Gustave Flaubert, most famously known for his novel Madame Bovary On this pilgrimage, Dr Braithwaite is stimulated to think of the many arguments and critiques of his hero and we are drawn along with him An example of his arguments is in his response to critics who claimed Flaubert was not patrioticThe greatest patriotism is to tell your country when it is behaving dis Geoffrey Braithwaite, a doctor with three children, takes a vacat...

  5. says:

    Will be top contender for novel of the year for me Or, err anti novel It is intelligent literary analysis at its most intimate, at its most arrestingly brilliant this may be one of the best literary dissertations of all time And that is, well, bizarre the last time I had declared this so recalcitrantly, was for Mario Vargas Llosa s The Perpetual Orgy, another immersive lit paper of the 19th century Flaubert, and specifically on his megapopular diva M E Bovary.Barnes merges poetics Will be top contender for novel of the year for me Or, err anti novel It is intelligent literary analysis at its most intimate, at its most arrestingly brilliant this may be one of the best literary dissertations of all time And that is, well, bizarre the last time I had declared this so recalcitrantly, was for Mario Vargas Llosa s The Perpetual Orgy, another immersive lit paper of the 19th century Flaubert, and specifically on his megapopular diva M E Bovary.Barnes merges poetics and juggl...

  6. says:

    A novel that is largely a non traditional biography of Gustave Flaubert We get all the usual biographical info on Flaubert we expect, but it s organized in chapters such as one on the various colors of Madame Bovary s eyes in the novel Barnes threads the book with the fictitious biographer s concern for, and reflections on, his wife dying of an illness Spooky because Wiki tells us that Barnes s wife actually died of a brain tumor in 2008, but Parrot was written in 1986 One chapt...

  7. says:

    You might think this is a book about Flaubert s parrot The title would indicate that this is not such a preposterous assumption to make Or at least, if not the parrot, then about Flaubert himself, maybe the parrot is just a way in to a biography of the man Again, not entirely erroneous What we get, though, isn t really much of a biography at all,the musings of a man called Geoffrey Braithwaite, who has a long term obsession with the Frenchman and would like to write the definitive life You might think this is a book about Flaubert s parrot T...

  8. says:

    I attract mad people and animals Loved.A novelised biography of Gustave Flaubert But better than that sounds I get the feeling that while Julian Barnes was stalking his favourite author, he found so many oddities and pleasing coincidences les perroquets that he kept a journal entitled Cool shit I know about Flaubert and other musings which became this book.The obsession rubs off You re lying if you enjoyed this and didn t contemplate ordering A Simple Soul This quote cut too close I attract mad people and animals Loved.A novelised biography of Gustave Flaubert B...

  9. says:

    Is it splendid, or stupid, to take life seriously When I began listening to this audiobook, I wasn t in the right state of mind, as I was distracted and couldn t concentrate, so I was about to give up on it I m glad that I stuck it out, because, it turned out to be brilliant, delightful, surprising, and altogether original I shouldn t be surprised, after all, the previous six Barnes books I listened to this year were of the highest quality always extremely eloquent I am awed by Barnes brIs it splendid, or stupid, to take life seriously When I began listening to this audiobook, I wa...

  10. says:

    This was a giant gimmick of a novel and I thought the gimmick just worked so well I understand some readers disagree I m not going to say that them s fightin words and I m going to have to ask you to step outside I m just annoyingly, irritatingly going to tell you that I thought this was like a gloved hand on the back of your neck which inches its way round to your windpipe What happens is that a dull kind of guy mooches about France collecting biographical data about the sainted Flaubert, This was a giant gimmick of a novel and I thought the gimmick just worked so well I understand some readers disagree I m not going to say that them s fightin words and I m going to have to ask you to step outside I m just annoyingly, irritatingly going to tell you that I thought this was like a gloved hand on the back of your neck which inches its way round to your windpipe What happens is that a dull kind of guy mooches about France collecting biographical data about the sainted Flaubert, one of the handful of authors about Not One Bad Word Has Ever Been Spoken As he muses and mumbles and huffs and puffs his way about France, gradually little fragments of his own life bob to the surface and are quickly shoved back down He doesn t want to think about that stuff he s over in France on this Flaubert tour to get away from all that But back they come and gradually you get this feeling of dread creeping over the so...

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