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Inteligente y brillante Es muy breve y se lee de un tir n A partir de la tercera parte empiezan lo bueno La reflexi n sobre los m dicos que deber an leer poes a me parece preciosa La historia del padre tremenda Gracias, Anatole. The first half of this book left me bemused Although Broyard was certainly talking about his illness and thinking about it, he seemed to be surveying it from an outside perspective, wandering around it, giving it a little poke here and there, and then meticulously recording what happened He examined his cancer as if under a microscope, but he never seemed to connect to the fact that the cancer was in him and threatening him as a person.However, this changed in one of the longer essays in the The first half of this book left me bemused Although Broyard was certainly talking about his illness and thinking about it, he seemed to be surveying it from an outside perspective, wandering around it, giving it a little poke here and there, and then meticulously recording what happened He examined his cancer as if under a microscope, but he never seemed to connect to the fact that the cancer was in him and threatening him as a person.However, this changed in one of the longer essays in the book, in which Broyard writ De una clarividencia arrolladora M s de 4. There should be a special shelf for books you wanted passionately to admire, books that it breaks your heart not to have loved This is one of them Anatole Broyard was an extraordinary writer with a breadth of knowledge that took your breath away I thought I hoped he d have something amazing to say about his experience of dealing with cancer What he winds up saying in this book deserves our respect if only because he skillfully avoids every clich , platitude, and bromide about dying all the There should be a special shelf for books you wanted passionately to admire, books that it breaks your heart not to have loved This is one of them Anatole Broyard was an extraordinary writer with a breadth of knowledge that took your breath away I thought I hoped he d have something a ( Free Pdf ) ☾ Intoxicated by My Illness ♣ Succeeds BrilliantlyHe Lives As A Writer And We Are The Wealthier For It THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLDAnatyole Broyad, Long Time Book Critic, Book Review Editor, And Essayist For THE NEW YORK TIMES Wants To Be Remembered He Will Be, With This Collection Of Irreverent, Humorous Essays He Wrote Concerning The Ordeals Of Life And Death Many Of Which Were Written During The Battle With Cancer That Led To His Death InA NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK OF THE YEAR Anatole Broyard was a literary critic and editor of the New York Times Book Review When he was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer, he turned his analytic skills and gift with language into observing himself as a fatally ill man.One of my favorite observations appears in the fourth section of the book, excerpts from Broy This book reminded me of the idea in The Parable of the Talents that creating can keep you alive through anything The world of modern medicine is a machine, and people die in that machine The author asks those who care for him in illness and in death, do you understand the significance of who I am in my illness Is this moment lost on you Because if it, that see I haven t read all of this book, but I ve read two chapters and it s very bright, witty, insightful writing The chapter on what he wants from his doctor is wonderful Every doctor and medical student should read it but there s prob En la traducci n espa ola, el t tulo es Ebrio de enfermedad Se trata de un libro incre ble, formado por varios escritos en los que su autor narra la enfermedad que le robar a la vida Lo bueno del libro es que est ausente todo patetismo y solo se ve inteligencia, brillantez e iron a Una maravilla. Brillante.Porque no existen las enfermedades, sino los enfermos.