Las intermitencias de la muerte [NOOK Book]

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Sabremos cada vez menos qué es un ser humano. LIBRO DE LAS PREVISIONES En un país cuyo nombre no será mencionado se produce algo nunca visto desde el principio del mundo: la muerte decide suspender su trabajo letal, la gente deja de morir. La euforia colectiva se desata, pero muy pronto dará paso a la desesperación y al caos. Sobran los motivos. Si es cierto que las personas ya no mueren, eso no significa que el tiempo haya parado. El destino de los humanos será una vejez eterna. Se buscarán maneras de forzar a ...
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Las intermitencias de la muerte

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Sabremos cada vez menos qué es un ser humano. LIBRO DE LAS PREVISIONES En un país cuyo nombre no será mencionado se produce algo nunca visto desde el principio del mundo: la muerte decide suspender su trabajo letal, la gente deja de morir. La euforia colectiva se desata, pero muy pronto dará paso a la desesperación y al caos. Sobran los motivos. Si es cierto que las personas ya no mueren, eso no significa que el tiempo haya parado. El destino de los humanos será una vejez eterna. Se buscarán maneras de forzar a la muerte a matar aunque no lo quiera, se corromperán las conciencias en los «acuerdos de caballeros» explícitos o tácitos entre el poder político, las mafias y las familias, los ancianos serán detestados por haberse convertido en estorbos irremovibles. Hasta el día en que la muerte decide volver... Arrancando una vez más de una proposición contraria a la evidencia de los hechos corrientes, José Saramago desarrolla una narrativa de gran fecundidad literaria, social y filosófica que sitúa en el centro la perplejidad del hombre ante la impostergable finitud de la existencia. Parábola de la corta distancia que separa lo efímero y lo eterno, Las intermitencias de la muerte bien podría terminar tal como empieza: «Al día siguiente no murió nadie».
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788420491578
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 11/17/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 528 KB

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  • Posted February 10, 2011

    Excelente lectura

    La visi?n de Saramago sobre ese no tan querida muerte y que alg?n d?a nos visitar?, salvo que decida darse un descanso.

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