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«Soy un gato, aunque todavía no tengo nombre.»
Así comienza la primera y más hilarante novela de Natsume Soseki, una auténtica obra maestra de la literatura japonesa, que narra las aventuras de un desdeñoso felino que cohabita, de modo accidental, con un grupo de grotescos personajes, miembros todos ellos de la bienpensante clase media tokiota: el dispéptico profesor Kushami y su familia, teóricos dueños de la casa donde vive el gato; el mejor amigo del profesor, el charlatán e irritante Meitei; o el joven ...
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Soy un gato

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«Soy un gato, aunque todavía no tengo nombre.»
Así comienza la primera y más hilarante novela de Natsume Soseki, una auténtica obra maestra de la literatura japonesa, que narra las aventuras de un desdeñoso felino que cohabita, de modo accidental, con un grupo de grotescos personajes, miembros todos ellos de la bienpensante clase media tokiota: el dispéptico profesor Kushami y su familia, teóricos dueños de la casa donde vive el gato; el mejor amigo del profesor, el charlatán e irritante Meitei; o el joven estudioso Kangetsu, que día sí, día no, intenta arreglárselas para conquistar a la hija de los vecinos. Escrita justo antes de su aclamada novela Botchan, Soy un gato es una sátira descarnada de la burguesía Meiji. Dotada de un ingenio a prueba de bombas y de un humor sardónico, recorre las peripecias de un voluble filósofo gatuno que no se cansa de hacer los comentarios más incisivos sobre la disparatada tropa de seres humanos con la que le ha tocado convivir.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788415130888
  • Publisher: Impedimenta
  • Publication date: 12/23/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 861 KB

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Natsume Soseki is widely considered to be the foremost Japanese novelist of the Meiji period (1868–1912). His novels include Botchan and Kokoro. He was also a scholar of British literature and composer of haiku, Chinese-style poetry, and fairy tales. Yoko Ogihara and Ferenando Cordobés are translators.

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