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Federico en su balcón Kindle Ö Federico en  Kindle - The light of dawn is breaking over the impressive balconies of the Hotel Metropol as two legends, Friedrich Nietzsche and Leonardo Loredan, exchange thoughts on power, love, justice, and loyalty The year could beor , and the country suffers the ravages of the revolution that has overturned a perfect dictatorship Leonardo and Friedrich watch the mob pass by, mindful of the endless spiral of violence it represents and thinking that, perhaps, the horror will never end Federico en su balcon is a testimony to Fuentes literary triumph A definitive lesson on what he stood for, and will continue to represent, as a writer It is also a verbal self portrait where the storyteller is multiplied in his characters to create the spiritual and philosophical contradictions that breathed in his soul a dialogue that opens the door to interrogations without attempting to provide decisive answers


10 thoughts on “Federico en su balcón

  1. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    Master Mexican novelist Carlos The Don Fuentes s last novel ends one of the most significant careers in world letters with a spectacular flourish of a whimper Encountering the pessimist s pessimist Friedrich Nietzsche on his balcony one evening, the two muse on the theory of the eternal return infinite recurrence of


  2. Jim Jim says:

    Nietzsche on His Balcony is the last book by Mexican novelist Carlos Fuentes It was published posthumously Although I have liked everything else I have read by the author, this book did not hold together for me.Consider the framing device The narrator Carlos Fuentes is standing on a balcony at his hotel On the adjacent


  3. Maria Maria says:

    Federico ha muerto Lo dice Dios Creo que Carlos Fuentes nos presenta en Federico en su balc n una propuesta bastante interesante Un di logo entre el autor mismo y Friedrich Nietzsche en el presente donde, a trav s de sus personajes y una creciente revoluci n llena de simbolismos, hace un an lisis de lo que el fil sofo ale


  4. Thomas Thomas says:

    I m not sure anyone other than Sartre has succeeded in casting a novel from a philosophical model, but this is Fuentes attempt The result is beautiful in flashes, but the stories don t cohere It is probably the case that Fuentes did not care about thematic coherence in this novel, as he did not in many of hisinventive fictio


  5. Steven E Steven E says:

    This is one of the most disturbing books I ve ever read The thoroughly unpleasant 19th century philosopher Nietzscheor less invented nihilism, and formulated a theory of power of the will that was seized upon by the Nazis, among others In this book, he appears on the balcony next to that of the fictional author, and the two of


  6. Lili Lili says:

    Hay muchas maneras de estar en la historia A veces la haces, a veces la sufres, a veces nada m s la miras P gina 143.Este libro me dej sin palabras en la boca y un millar de pensamientos que no me paran de rondar por la cabeza Si bien al inicio me cost adaptarme a la forma en la que est escrita la historia, una vez que estuve en s


  7. Jason Jason says:

    At a certain point we who are raised up in that poststructuralist wing of the Liberal Arts Inc compound become accustomed to the sentiment expressed especially by the students of Derrida that all that which relates to human enterprise, even maybe especially that which would not at first seem so, is text All is text Try exclaiming thi


  8. Richard Thompson Richard Thompson says:

    This was a very interesting book that left me with a lot to think about It deals with questions of identity, time, philosophy, and fiction in a structure that is not always entirely consistent or coherent, but the messiness of it just makes itintriguing Is that really Nietzsche on his balcony Is Nietzsche just a projection of his interl


  9. Ricardo Munguia Ricardo Munguia says:

    Novela bastante complicada y reflexiva La historia no empieza a agarrar forma si no hasta casi la mitad del libro, pero en t rminos generales se puede describir como una conversaci n filos fica entre el autor, Carlos Fuentes y el fil sofo Federico Nietzsche en la que se entrelaza una historia que involucra una revoluci n que sirve como eje


  10. Victor Pérez Negrón Victor Pérez Negrón says:

    Carlos Nietzche ha hablado Revoluci n, una palabra permea todo el relato, no lo mejor de Fuentes, s genial para ser su ltimo publicado , la gran soluci n para exterminar la opresi n y rapacidad de las lites, pero claro, siempre se comer a sus hijos Ah comienza el eterno retorno de Don Nietzche, todo lo dem s es una ilustra elucubraci n transp


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