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Un text de referinta, cargea continuitatea marilor eseuri dedicate iubirii de Stendhal, Ortega y Gasset sau Octavio Paz.

Patrick Suskind se intreaba de ce iubirea – care face din indragostiti niste saraci cu duhul, cand nu de-a dreptul niste brute – continua sa fie socotita cel mai sublim dintre sentimente. E oare dragostea o boala? Patima iubirii, ajunsa la intensitati coplesitoare, se deschide in chip firesc spre moarte? Revizitand cativa clasici ai literaturii si filozofiei, ca Platon, Goethe, Kleist, Wagner sau Thomas Mann, si aplecandu-se asupra unui mit fundamental – povestea lui Orfeu si a Euridicei pusa, ingenios, in legatura cu episodul biblic al invierii lui Lazar – autorul Parfumului risca raspunsuri uneori socante, pe care le invaluie in stilul sau rafinat si tandru sarcastic.

Traducere din germana de Ionut Budascu.

Aceasta carte aproape mitica, probabil opera cea mai seducatoare a lui Fernando Pessoa, e un monolog interior de o tristete indicibila, care surprinde cu o minutie halucinanta interiorul cu mii de fatete al uneia dintre numeroasele sale heteronime, Bernardo Soares. Cine este Fernando Pessoa? Scrisa intre si sub forma de panseuri, maxime, aforisme, Cartea nelinistirii pseudojurnalul pessoan, este o cronica a deziluziei si a deriziunii izvorate din convingerea ca viata e lipsita de noima, iar arta nu-i confera nici un sens.

Ferit de privirile contemporanilor, cultivandu-si sistematic forta imaginatiei, Pessoa isi construieste un dublu – Bernando Soares – pe care-l asaza intr-un univers personal ireal si cu toate astea mai adevarat, pentru el, decat lumea reala.

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Soares, un umil functionar in costume cenusii, alege sa-si petreaca viata intr-o izolare aproape monahala, Un roman politist, o poveste facuta din carne omeneasca si spaime.

Nicio secunda de liniste — doar frumusete. Este scris cu umor salbatic si duiosie in doze letale, se deruleaza asemenea unui vartej, unei calatorii — deopotriva — materiale si spirituale.

Pablo Green este victima si calau, un tanar care vorbeste si insulta intr-o engleza precara, dar sufera intr-o spaniola neteda si neafectata. Isi chinuie stomacul cu fast-fooduri, si urca pe culmile disperarii dupa ce hotaraste moartea mamei sale. Eutanasia, autoritatea medicala, afacerea cu terapii traditionale si alternative In opera lui Courtoisie se evidentiaza o mare precizie si, in acelasi timp, o surprinzatoare libertate nelinostirii manuirea limbajului?

Octavio Paz Rafael Courtoisie? Opera sa a fost tradusa in mai multe limbi: Vida y milagros Viata si miracole? Montevideo; Sabores del pais Aromele patriei?

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MontevideoTodo es poco Totul este putin? The final legacy of the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Labyrinth of Solitude Itinerary records the evolution of the political ideas of Octavio Paz, the great Mexican writer who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in It is an intellectual autobiography, in a sense, but also a sentimental and even passionate one.

In his thoughts Paz realized the past was inseparable from the present. And so he tells the story of his journey through time, from youth to adulthood. It is not a straight line, nor is it a circle; it is instead a spiral that turns ceaselessly over, bringing into view a time seventy years in the past and the actions of today.

It is the final work by a great thinker and a magnificent writer. In this series of essays Paz explores the intimate connection between sex, eroticism, and love in literature throughout the ages. Rich in scope, The Double Flame examines everything from taboo to repression, Carnival to Lent, Sade to Freud, original sin to artificial intelligence.

Brimming with insight, thoughtfulness, and sincerity Kirkus Reviews.

Translated by Helen Lane. Exploring Literature Writing and Arguing About Fiction, Drama, Poetry and the Essay Fourth Edition Frank Madden With engaging selections, provocative themes, and comprehensive coverage of the writing process, “Exploring Literature” combines practical writing instruction with a carefully selected anthology of classic and contemporary literature from around the world.

This new edition weaves critical thinking into every facet of its writing apparatus while guiding you through the process of crafting personal responses into persuasive arguments. The five opening chapters are dedicated to reading, writing, arguing, and researching about literature. Following the opening chapters is an anthology, divided into five thematically-arranged sections that include contextual case studies, writing prompts, and sample student essays to help you approach literature with a critical eye and write thoughtful essays.

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Internationally acclaimed novelist Mario Vargas Llosa has contributed a biweekly column to Spain’s major newspaper, El Pais, since In this collection of columns from the s, Vargas Llosa weighs in on the burning questions of the last decade, including the nelinisfirii of Latin American democracy, the role of religion in civic life, nelinistitii the future of globalization.

But Vargas Llosa’s influence is hardly limited to politics. In some of the liveliest critical writing of his career, he makes a pilgrimage to Bob Marley’s shrine in Jamaica, celebrates the sexual abandon of Carnaval in Rio, and examines the legacies of Vermeer, Bertolt Brecht, Frida Kahlo, and Octavio Paz, among others.

Writing and Living, The range of this book is staggering, and the work in totality celebrates the lively perseverance of the life-loving individual in the face of political tumult, then the onslaught of a globalized world. The abiding passionate spirit that informs “A South African Childhood,” a youthful autobiographical piece published in The New Yorker incan be found in each of the book’s ninety-one pieces that span a period of fifty-five czrtea.

Returning to a lifetime of nonfiction work has become an extraordinary experience for Gordimer. She takes from one of her revered great writers, Albert Camus, the conviction that the writer is a “responsible human being” attuned not alone to dedication to the creation of fiction but to the political vortex that inevitably encompasses twentieth- and twenty-first-century life.

Born inGordimer, caartea as a child was ambitious to become a ballet dancer, was recognized at fifteen as a writing prodigy. Her sensibility was as much shaped by wide reading as it was to eye-opening sight, passing on her way to school the grim labor compounds where black gold miners lived.

These twin decisives–literature and politics–infuse the book, which includes historic One section focuses on writers and literary works: Another section is a continuation of Weinberger’s celebrated political articles collected in What Happened Here: A new installment of his magnificent linked nelinistiriu essay,” An Elemental Thing, takes us on a journey down the Yangtze River during the Sung Dynasty.

The reader will also find the unlikely convergences between Samuel Beckett and Octavio Paz, photography and anthropology, and, of course, oranges and peanuts, as well as an encomium for Obama, a manifesto on translation, a brief appearance by Shiva, and reflections on the color blue, death, exoticism, Susan Sontag, and the arts and war. The Lost Origins of the Essay. An expansive and exhilarating world tour of innovative nonfiction writingI think the reason we’ve never pinpointed the real beginning to this genre is because we’ve never agreed on what the genre even is.

Do we read nonfiction in order to receive information, or do we read it to experience art? It’s not very clear sometimes. This, then, is a book that tries nekinistirii offer a clear objective: I am here in search of art.

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I am here to track the origins of an alternative to commerce. John D’Agata leaves no tablet unturned in his exploration of the roots of the essay. The Lost Origins of the Essay takes the reader from ancient Mesopotamia to classical Greece and Rome, from fifth-century Japan to nineteenth-century France, to modern Brazil, Germany, Barbados, and beyond.

With brief and brilliant introductions to seminal works by Heraclitus, Sei Sho-nagon, Michel de Montaigne, Jonathan Swift, Virginia Woolf, Marguerite Duras, Octavio Paz, and more than forty other luminaries, D’Agata reexamines the international forebears of today’s American nonfiction. This idiosyncratic collection makes a perfect historical companion to D’Agata’s The Next American Essay, a touchstone among students and The Invention of Morel.

Set on a mysterious island, Bioy’s novella is a story of suspense and exploration, as well as a wonderfully unlikely romance, in which every detail is at once crystal clear and deeply mysterious. Inspired by Bioy Casares’s fascination with the movie star Louise Brooks, The Invention of Morel has gone on to live a secret life of its own.

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For writers Los Angeles has always been a place of paradisal promise and apocalyptic undercurrents. Simone de Beauvoir saw a kaleidoscopic “hall of mirrors,” Aldous Huxley a “city of dreadful joy. This revelatory anthology brings to life the entrancing surfaces and unsettling contradictions of the City of Angels, from Raymond Chandler’s evocation of the murderous moods fed by the Santa Ana winds to John Gregory Dunne’s affectionate tribute to “the deceptive perspectives of the pale subtropical light.

My Life with the Wave. My first trip to the seashore, one wave tore away from the sea. She caught my hand, and we raced away together across the sand.

Based on a story by Nobel Prize laureate Octavio Paz, this delightful tale of a boy and his pet wave is charmingly retold with beautiful new illustrations. See if you can find the hidden cat, dog, mouse, whale, and sea horse in almost every picture Ages 3 – 8. Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry: Latin Americans have written some of the world’s finest poetry in the twentieth century, as the Nobel Prizes awarded to Gabriela Mistral, Pablo Neruda, and Octavio Paz attest.

Yet this rich literary production has never been gathered into a single volume that attempts to represent the full range and the most important writers-until now. Here, under one cover, are the major poets and their major works, which appear both in the original language Spanish or Portuguese and in excellent English translations.

The poems selected include the most famous representative poems of each poetic tradition, accompanied by other poems that represent the best of that tradition and of each poet’s work within it. Tapscott’s selections cover the full range, from the Modernist generation though the Mexican Revolutionary post-Moderns and the Vanguardist poets to very contemporary younger writers of political and experimental commitments.

These poems, selected from most of the cultures and histories of world literature, provide magnificent witness to the fact that love is as much an act of the imagination as it is of the body. From fourth-century Li Ch’ung’s -Parody of a Lover- to John Betmeman’s -Late-Flowering Lust,- they re-create, through the revelations of language, that experience of the erotic.

This groundbreaking volume may well be the poetry anthology for the global village. As selected by J. McClatchy, this collection includes masterpieces from four continents and more than two dozen languages in translations by such distinguished poets as Elizabeth Bishop, W. Merwin, Ted Hughes, and Seamus Heaney. Among the countries and writers represented are: Lucia, West Indies–Derek Walcott. The first major book of short prose poetry in Spanish, Eagle or Sun? Indeed, three personae of the book–the goddess Itzapaplotl, the prophet clerk, the poet are manifestations of the threefold aspects of the land.

Octavio Paz, asserts Eliot Weinberger in his introduction to these Selected Poems, is among the last of the modernists “who drew their own maps of the world. A great synthesizer, the rich diversity of Paz’s thought is shown here in all its astonishing complexity. Among the sixty-seven selections in this volume, a gathering in English of his most essential poems drawn from nearly fifty years’ work, are Muriel Rukeyser’s now classic version of “Sun Stone” and new translations by editor Weinberger of “Blanco” and “Maithuna.

The Collected Poems of Octavio Paz, The Collected Poems of Muriel Rukeyser. Muriel Rukeyser held a visionary belief in the human capacity to create social change through language.

She earned an international reputation as a powerful voice against enforced silences of all kind, against the violence of war, poverty, and racism. Her eloquent poetry of witness-of the Scottsboro Nine, the Spanish Civil War, the poisoning of the Gauley Bridge laborers-split the darkness covering a shameful world.