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@Download E-pub Ì Federico en su balcón ¼ 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 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 transportado a cualquier triste historia de una naci n que experimentado las vicisitudes de abuso c clico de gobernantes insaciables, siempre insaciables 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 transportado a cualquier triste historia de una naci n que experimentado las vicisitudes de abuso c clico de gobernantes insaciables, siempre insaciables S , el hombre es, una vez m s, su nico enemigo Nuestra sombra hasta la muerte 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 the universe , and invent a story of a revolution featuring a cast of strange and beguiling characters Among them various hopefuls for the vacant position of leader the ideal 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 the universe , and invent a story of a revolution featuring a cast of strange and beguiling characters Among them various hopefuls for the vacant position of leader the idealistic and doomed Saul Mendes, the hopeless Aaron Azar, and two brothers Dante and Leo, one nice one evil no surprises in who emerges victorious Split between droll dialogues with Fuentes and Nietzsche and the tales spun, the novel is vibrant with Fuentes s incredible prose, observations on philosophy, the nature of revolution, politics, fraternal and other relationships , and impeccable structure and economy A finer career finale one couldn t hope for 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 balcony is a man who looks like and who claims to be Friedrich Nietzsche Apparently, he is allowed an Eternal Return for a limited time once each year The book is osten 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 balcony is a man who looks like and who claims to be Friedrich Nietzsche Apparently, he is allowed an Eternal Return for a limited time once each year The book is ostensibly a study of political revolutions, closely approximating the events of the French Revolution Why is Nietzsche selected, however, as an expert on the subject of revolution He was certainly not an expert on the subject during his lifetime, and his Germany is perhaps better known for altogether suppressing revolutions.There are parts that are interesting, and Fuentes had not lost his touch of inventing interesting characters But the overall impact Somewhat lame 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 alem n podr a decir de nuestra sociedad hoy en dia.Como admiradora de Fuentes debo resaltar que precisamente es esto lo que m s admiro de este gran intelectual contempor neo 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 alem n podr a decir de nuestra sociedad hoy en dia.Como admiradora de Fuentes debo resaltar que precisamente es esto lo que m s admiro de este gran intelectual contempor neo, su capacidad de ofrecernos diferentes y nuevas t cnicas narrativas que ofrecen una introspecci n, principalmente, de la historia, el poder y la sociedad del M xico presente, y que lo llevaron a numerosos reconocimientos literarios a trav s del mundo Es un placer abrir un libro de Fuentes y ser sorprendida por una narrativa muy diferente a todo lo dem s que previamente hayas le do de l Sin embargo, no recomiendo este libro como la primera lectura de este autor a quienes est n buscando introducirse en este gran representante del boom latinoamericano A nuevos lectores recomendaria mas buscar La regi n m s transparente, La muerte de Artemio Cruz o Aura por nombrar algunas de sus grandes obras representativas hay muchas maneras de estar en la historia A veces la haces, a veces la sufres, a veces nada mas la miras 7.1.2018