El viajero mas lento

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El viajero más lento. El arte de no terminar nada recoge el macrocosmos fundacional vilamatiano de ciudades, personajes, lecturas, conversaciones, situaciones reales, invenciones y escenarios, que incluye desde la ya célebre falsa entrevista a Marlon Brando, hasta un prólogo que renuncia a aportar unidad temática alguna al conjunto, un diccionario en honor a Bioy Casares, y un viajero que no se mueve de una plaza. Casi veinte años después de su publicación, este volumen magistral, que reúne los ensayos que ...

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El viajero más lento: El arte de no terminar nada

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El viajero más lento. El arte de no terminar nada recoge el macrocosmos fundacional vilamatiano de ciudades, personajes, lecturas, conversaciones, situaciones reales, invenciones y escenarios, que incluye desde la ya célebre falsa entrevista a Marlon Brando, hasta un prólogo que renuncia a aportar unidad temática alguna al conjunto, un diccionario en honor a Bioy Casares, y un viajero que no se mueve de una plaza. Casi veinte años después de su publicación, este volumen magistral, que reúne los ensayos que configuraron el paisaje narrativo posterior de Enrique Vila-Matas, incluye dos piezas inéditas ya imprescindibles para entender su obra: el epílogo titulado «El arte de no terminar nada» y «Café Bénabou». Los más de treinta ensayos de El viajero más lento se convierten en una hoja de ruta para identificar aquello que se convertiría, años después, en capítulos, historias y personajes de sus libros más emblemáticos. Al contrario que todos los epílogos que han existido, y para demostrar que una obra nunca está terminada, al nuevo final le sigue un texto más que es, a su vez, una reescritura de uno de los ensayos ya publicados. Un «no-final» que se abre a nuevas lecturas a partir de la idea del libro iniciático como un tapiz inacabado. Un alegato a favor de la libertad creadora del escritor, del lector como continuador del viaje, de los libros como objetos vivos y del valor literario de las ideas en proceso como germen latente de obras que se disparan, como hizo ésta, en múltiples direcciones.

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  • ISBN-13: 9786070710261
  • Publisher: Planeta Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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