[Pdf Read] (La muerte de Artemio Cruz)


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La muerte de Artemio Cruz

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You are on your death bed suffering from an affliction of uncertain causes Artemio Cruz Surrounded by people you dislike although they are part of your family you are drifting from dream to reality from past to present Time will exist only in the reconstruction of isolated memory in the flight of isolated desire which will be lost once the chance to live is used up incarnate in this singular individual that you are a boy already a moribund old man Your mind is chaotically travelling from a moment in your life to another There is no sense to the order in which you are remembering episodes of your life both personal and social Past loves treacheries escape from poverty and ascent on the wealth scale history of your losses come in random flashbacks to you And you wake up and listen to fragments of conversation try to discern gestures or physical traits of the ones around you at present and you are only now seeing the invisible threads connecting your life and your ascent to the development of Mexican revolution and implicitly Mexican history In this random recapitulation of your life you cling to the memory of people that meant much to you a prostitute who loved you sincerely and not for money and whom you loved than you loved anybody else your son whom you lost because of the civil war in Spain your wife Catalina who only meant to take revenge when she married you and so on Going back and forth in time you keep remembering Regina the only person who didn t love you for your wealthWritten in a wonderful narrative style the story of your life impresses The lyricism and the exceptional beauty of the phrases make the tragedy of your life sharper through antagonization Midday had barely passed the rays of the sun in decline passed through the root of tropical leaves like water through a sieve pelting down hard The time of paralyzed branches when even the river seemed not to flow It was really not easy to make sense of the disarray that your mind is displaying through Fuentes words but it was so rewarding when I succeeded in doing so I mentally experienced such wonderfully narrated moments in spite of their sadness that I will always remember you like a character who although highly unlikable has a certain je ne sais uoi that attracts and stays in your memory aliveThey all say that Fuentes was a genius I now know why Hitler ratificado el valor literario de una novela La muerte de Artemio Cruz en la ue el autor se situaba a la vanguardia de lo ue algunos años más tarde se conocería como la «nueva novela hispanoamericana»Carlos Fuente. 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