El hombre duplicado [NOOK Book]

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¿Qué sucede cuando Tertuliano Máximo Afonso descubre a sus treinta y ocho años que en su ciudad vive un individuo que es su copia exacta y con el que no le une ningún vínculo de sangre? Ése es el interrogante que Saramago, explorando de nuevo las profundidades del alma, plantea en El hombre duplicado. ¿Cómo saber quiénes somos? ¿En qué consiste la identidad? ¿Qué nos define como personas individuales y únicas? ¿Podemos asumir que nuestra voz, nuestros rasgos, hasta la mínima marca distintiva, se repitan en otra ...
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El hombre duplicado

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¿Qué sucede cuando Tertuliano Máximo Afonso descubre a sus treinta y ocho años que en su ciudad vive un individuo que es su copia exacta y con el que no le une ningún vínculo de sangre? Ése es el interrogante que Saramago, explorando de nuevo las profundidades del alma, plantea en El hombre duplicado. ¿Cómo saber quiénes somos? ¿En qué consiste la identidad? ¿Qué nos define como personas individuales y únicas? ¿Podemos asumir que nuestra voz, nuestros rasgos, hasta la mínima marca distintiva, se repitan en otra persona? ¿Podríamos intercambiarnos con nuestro doble sin que nuestros allegados lo percibiesen? Innovando frente a las convenciones de la novela, Saramago convierte la voz narradora en sujeto activo, en un juego metaliterario que pone al servicio de la historia y que va mucho más allá de las rupturas estrictamente formales. Una novela que se lee con la avidez de un relato de intriga pero que nos sumerge en las cuestiones esenciales de la vida.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788420489667
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 703,474
  • File size: 596 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2006

    Excelente

    Uno de los mejores que he leido en los ultimos tiempos, Saramago es un genio, plantea una situacion que pareceria absurda pero perfectamente posible, la dualidad en cada uno de nosotros es algo que la presenta de una manera extraordinaria, mi personaje favorito es 'el sentido comun'. Espero encontrar pronto un libro que me satisfaga tanto como este.

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