El novelista ingenuo y el sentimental [NOOK Book]

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¿Qué pasa en nuestro interior cuando leemos una novela? ¿Cómo puede una novela crear ese efecto único, tan distinto de aquellos producidos por la pintura, el cine o la poesía? En este libro inspirador y sumamente personal, Pamuk nos lleva de la mano a los mundos del escritor y del lector, poniendo de manifiesto las íntimas conexiones entre ambos.Pamuk recurre a la famosa distinción de Friedrich Schiller entre poetas "ingenuos" (aquellos que escriben con espontaneidad, serenidad y naturalidad) y poetas "sentimentales" (reflexivos, emocionales,
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El novelista ingenuo y el sentimental

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Overview

¿Qué pasa en nuestro interior cuando leemos una novela? ¿Cómo puede una novela crear ese efecto único, tan distinto de aquellos producidos por la pintura, el cine o la poesía? En este libro inspirador y sumamente personal, Pamuk nos lleva de la mano a los mundos del escritor y del lector, poniendo de manifiesto las íntimas conexiones entre ambos.Pamuk recurre a la famosa distinción de Friedrich Schiller entre poetas "ingenuos" (aquellos que escriben con espontaneidad, serenidad y naturalidad) y poetas "sentimentales" (reflexivos, emocionales, inquisidores y sensibles al artificio de la palabra escrita). Remontándose a las novelas de su adolescencia y deteniéndose en las obras de Tólstoi, Dostoievski, Stendhal, Flaubert, Proust, Mann y Naipaul, Pamuk explora la oscilación entre lo ingenuo y lo reflexivo, así como la búsqueda de un equilibrio que reside en el centro mismo de su oficio de novelista. Pondera el poder visual y sensual de la novela: su habilidad para conjurar paisajes tan vívidos que desdibujan el aquí y ahora. A lo largo de su indagación, tiene en cuenta los elementos -personaje, trama, tiempo y ambientación- que componen la "dulce ilusión" del mundo de ficción.

En 2009, Orhan Pamuk estuvo a cargo del seminario Charles Eliot Norton en la Universidad de Harvard, una serie de conferencias públicas que dio comienzo en 1925 para estimular la comprensión de la poesía -en el sentido más amplio-. Este libro reúne las seis conferencias que escribió para tal ocasión. Cualquiera que haya tenido el placer de sumergirse en una novela disfrutará y aprenderá de esta intensa obra del premio Nobel de literatura 2006.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788439725374
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 12/10/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: LITERATURA MONDADORI
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 217 KB

Meet the Author

Orhan Pamuk
Orhan Pamuk

Orhan Pamuk’s work has been translated into more than thirty languages. He lives in Istanbul.

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