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  • Title: Nocturnă în Chile
  • Author: Roberto Bolaño Alina Cantacuzino
  • ISBN: 9789736692680
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sebasti n Urrutia Lacroix, preot i critic literar, membru al Opus Dei i poet mediocru, remeaz n cursul unei singure nop i de delir intens momentele cele mai importante ale propriei existen e, dar i ale istoriei zbuciumate a rii sale n haosul febril al g ndurilor i amintirilor, se perind fantomatic personaje i nt mpl ri reale i imaginare misterio ii i glaSebasti n Urrutia Lacroix, preot i critic lite rar, membru al Opus Dei i poet mediocru, remeaz n cursul unei singure nop i de delir intens momentele cele mai importante ale propriei existen e, dar i ale istoriei zbu ciu mate a rii sale n haosul febril al g ndurilor i amintirilor, se perind fantomatic personaje i nt mpl ri reale i imaginare misterio ii i glacialii Acirf i Aru, ambigui purt tori de mesaje ale Juntei militare mult veneratul Pablo Neruda i cele brul Ernst J nger un pictor guatemalez ano nim, abandonat inani iei la Paris n anii 40 generalul Pinochet, c ruia Urrutia Lacroix i pred n secret ore de marxism Farewell, monstrul sacru al criticii literare chiliene, i mul i al ii Secven ele dramatice din filmul isto riei sudamericane recente se ntretaie cu spec tacolul scenei literare, dar i cu peregrin ri pe conti nentul european i excursuri de mare eru di ie, ntr un to rent halucinant, hipnotic.Un roman cutremur tor, necesar, n care Ro berto Bola o str luce te cu toat for a talen tului s u Genul de roman pe care Borges ar fi fost de acord s l scrie original, admirabil, amu zant, emo ionant, esen ial Ignacio Echavarr a, El Pa s Obsesiv i incisiv scris cu o m iestrie tul bu r toare av nd paloarea i lini tea unui giulgiu Richard Eder, New York TimesRoberto Bola o 1953 2003 , prozator i poet chi lian, s a impus ca reve la ia literar a anilor 90, fiind considerat unul dintre cei mai ta len ta i i originali autori ai noii genera ii de scriitori latinoamericani N scut la Santiago de Chile, Bola o a dus o via aventuroas , st nd sub semnul exilului, al rela iilor dificile cu pro pria patrie, al gesturilor politice tran ante i al unei vie i de nomad care l a purtat din Chile n Mexic, El Salvador, Fran a i Spania, ar n care n cele din urm s a i stabilit Opera sa, ncredin at edit rii de abia n ultimii ani de via , a fost nt m pi nat cu un entuziasm uria de critica literar , dar i de confra i Printre titlurile cele mai cunoscute se num r romanele Los detectives salvajes 1998 , Nocturno de Chile Nocturn n Chile, 2000 , 2666 2004 , precum i vo lumele de povestiri Estrella distante 1996 , Llamadas telef nicas 1997 , Amuleto 1999 i Putas asesinas 2001 n 1998 lui Bola o i s a decernat Premiul Herralde pentru roman, iar n 1999 Premiul R mulo Gallegos Cel mai influent i admirat romancier al ge ne ra iei sale din ntreaga lume hispanic Susan Sontag, Times Literary Supplement
    Nocturn n Chile Sebasti n Urrutia Lacroix preot i critic literar membru al Opus Dei i poet mediocru remeaz n cursul unei singure nop i de delir intens momentele cele mai importante ale propriei existen e dar i al

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    1. Sordel, Sordello, which Sordello Literature is like phosphorus, wrote Roland Barthes, it shines with its maximum brilliance at the moment when it attempts to die This view of literature existing at the precipice of the posthumous comes alive through Roberto Bola o s Father Sebastian Urrutia and his deathbed confessions that make up the long night of By Night in Chile Told in a single continuous paragraph a style that hints with the flavor of Thomas Bernhard Bola o keeps the pressure and tension [...]

    2. I am dying now, but I still have many things to say I used to be at peace with myself Quiet and at peace.But it all blew up unexpectedly That wizened youth is to blame I was at peace The opening lines suggests this is a flashback sort of novel, a reinterpretation the past at the end of a long life and an appeal to the reader to hear the narrator s confession His name is Sebastian Urrutia Lacroix, a Chilean of mixed Basque and French ancestry, a Jesuit priest, a poet, a literary critic, a teacher [...]

    3. Reread Re 5 starred Reviewed, if ever so slightly.But first, the obligatory digression.Out, damned Scot Out Lady Shakesbeth, wherever it was she said such things.A fitful night s recollections of a not quite literary life, a not quite political life, a not quite religious life historically situated Pinochet s Chile , fantastically relived and recounted, sometimes at a meandering pace, other times at feverish pace, with belt fondling, falconry, and pigeonshit How postmodern can one get Abreviatin [...]

    4. What I have come to appreciate reading Bola o s book is the fact that he takes you on several small journeys getting you from plot point to plot point You almost don t realize that he is doing it until you finish one of these tangents and get led carefully back to the main storyline That Bola o trusts his talents enough to introduce characters that are only there to make a single point, that they exist in the novel just to die or to cease to exist just so some small nuance of Chile, the Church o [...]

    5. Elem ile no u a za to su imali potrebu da tako prevedu naslov ileanski nokturno ne znam je prva Bolanjova knjiga dovoljno pregledna da radnju mogu da sa mem u dve re enice Jer je zapravo novela Ili da mo da probam da je sa mem u jednu re enicu te ko je i ponekad sramotno biti knji evni kriti ar prose ne ljudske hrabrosti male za vreme Pino eove diktature A ina e, ovo ima sve tipi ne odlike Bolanja fenomenalno je napisano, tempom koji kida, besprekorno me a stvarno i izmi ljeno malo guglanja poka [...]

    6. Oh shut up, Roberto SHUT UP What is this cobblers Why do you want me to read the rambling deathbed memoir of a Chilean priest who can t let a sentence end and couldn t find a paragraph break in a tower of cassocks Why don t you establish this character as an actual character Why did you write a list of scenes or incidents that might be used in future novels instead of, to quote The Guardian a beautifully written analysis of Chilean literary life It gives me no pleasure to play devil s advocate i [...]

    7. Vecchio e malato, padre Sebastian Urrutia Lacroix, critico letterario, scrittore, membro dell Opus Dei, compromessosi ma non troppo con il regime di Pinochet, deve difendere la propria reputazione, ora che tornata la democrazia, dagli attacchi di un misterioso giovane invecchiato Cerchiamo di essere persone civili Ricorda cos in modo pi o meno attendibile momenti della sua vita, pescando dai pozzi neri della memoria , con lo scopo forse di ottenere una assoluzione e anche una autoassoluzione Pad [...]

    8. With confidence style, Bolano continues his attempt at crystallizing the exploits of the literati in Latin America here specifically, in Chile In very little this is a novel composed solely of TWO paragraphs the stream of consciousness vacillates between various moods and anecdotes it is indeed very similar to the transcendental musings of Auxilio Lacouture atop her fortress of the UNAM in Amulet , a novel that is far superior, w a a a y magical, than this one.At times the Chilean writer throu [...]

    9. In Bola o s stream of consciousness narrative, he presents the deathbed confessions of Father Sebasti n Urrutia Lacroix, a Jesuit in Chile who also wrote as a literary critic and a poet Through a spellbinding combination of feverish memories and anecdotes, dreams and nightmares recalled, and desperate justifications of past actions and inaction, Father Sebasti n leads the reader through an evocative and disturbing picture of life and art in Pinochet s Chile I found the novel mesmerizing In one l [...]

    10. There are a pair of immediate observations concerning By Night in Chile The first involvees its lyrical quality this is a cycle of poems than mere standard novella Episodes unfold and the focus clips along back to the Narrator, who isn t as unreliable as I first guessed The second acute sense from the book is one of dread There are a number of darkened hallways, closed doors, and isolated hilltops in the book One gathers gradually that it isn t sage to look around too closely.Confining itself t [...]

    11. Chile, Chile C mo has podido cambiar tanto , le dec a a veces, asomado a mi ventana abierta, mirando el reverbero de Santiago en la lejan a Qu te han hecho Se han vuelto locos los chilenos Qui n tiene la culpa Y otras veces, mientras caminaba por los pasillos del colegio o por los pasillos del peri dico le dec a Hasta cu ndo piensas seguir as , Chile Es que te vas a convertir en otra cosa En un monstruo que ya nadie reconocer En tan solo dos p rrafos uno regordete y de gran personalidad versus u [...]

    12. I found the book initially intimidating It is a book that contains just two paragraphs and the second paragraph is just a line that appears at the last page of the book Besides there were names, obviously from Chilean literati, of which I knew nothing I had tried this book once earlier and abandoned it after 25 pages.The second effort at reading it was a huge success At least, in matters relating to the act of reading it For, I sat at a stretch and read it in a day Although I loved the language [...]

    13. o abismo e a vertigem, a pequenez do ser e a sua rid cula vontade, gente que v televis o, gente que assiste aos jogos de futebol, o aborrecimento como um porta avi es gigantesco circum navegando o imagin rio chileno E esta era a verdade Aborrec amo nos L amos e aborrec amo nos Porque n o se pode ler todo o dia e toda a noite Depois, a tempestade de merda abate se.

    14. Ova knjiga je sjajan izbor, makar za nekoga ko je, kao ja, o ileanskim prilikama znao zanemarljivo malo Kako bilo, ova je knjiga na mene ostavila prili no jak utisak na razne teme itala sam Lagunino izdanje u, rekla bih, veoma dobrom prevodu Igora Marojevi a toliko dobrom da sam uspela da zaboravim sasvim nesretno re enu recenziju na koricama knjige zbog ega za malo da je zaobi em, jer me takvi sadr aji ne interesuju, nenavo enje jezika sa kog je Marojevi prevodio zbog ega sam morala da istra uj [...]

    15. Dif cil para los que no son chilenos saber que los personajes de esta novela se inspiran en dos instituciones f cticas de la literatura chilena del S.XX Iba es Langlois Urrutia Lacroix , sacerdote del Opus Dei y cr tico literario sin contrapeso durante la dictadura y Alone Farewell , Hern n D az Arrieta, otro cr tico conservador irrefutable , antecesor del primero.Asimismo lo narrado en la novela no es m s que una ficci n sobre hechos y personajes estrictamente reales Hechos que constituyen la p [...]

    16. Bola o mestre no uso das palavras Comecei muito bem esta leitura, adorei as primeiras p ginas Depois, perdi me, a mistura de hist rias fez me voltar atr s v rias vezes Voltei a gostar muito em algumas partes espec ficas mas n o como no in cio Os di logos entre os personagens s o do mais desconcertante poss vel Se por vezes me faziam rir gargalhada, outras ficava com a sensa o que eram todos loucos um livro pequeno e recheado Fren tico, por vezes Confuso Acho que pela primeira vez gostei de repet [...]

    17. I thought this very good It s my first encounter with this writer, and although I have seen reviews suggesting his difficulty , I have no hesitation in recommending this to anybody I thank Mike Puma for suggesting it as probably the most suitable introduction to the author It s very rich and dense, with startling images and cross cutting motifs many extratextual references too, but I hardly think they matter at this stage Later, I will return to read the book again, as one will return to a film, [...]

    18. I miei silenzi sono immacolati Che sia chiaro.Sfido a non aver repentino desiderio di conoscere il cileno Sebasti n Urrutia Lacroix ,dopo un incipit cos Ora muoio, ma ho ancora molte cose da dire Ero in pace con me stesso Muto e in pace Ma all improvviso le cose sono emerse La colpa di quel giovane invecchiato Io ero in pace Ora non sono pi in pace Bisogna chiarire certi punti Quindi mi appogger su un gomito e sollever la testa, la mia nobile testa tremante, e cercher nell angolo dei ricordi que [...]

    19. This can be seen as Bola o s Death of Ivan Ilyich A dying man recounts his earlier years spent with Neruda et al This seems to be one of Bola o s most popular works according to this website and I just cannot think why The entire novel is one solid block of text, the narrator rambles a lot and it s basically a poor man s version of Amulet While the prose is as excellent as ever I did find myself fading in and out of this narrative, nothing stuck It s a pity really Bola o is better than this.

    20. A Different Model of How to Attach Politics to LiteratureandWhat it Means to Write a Novel After Novels Have EndedTwo thoughts about Bolano s By Night in Chile 1 A Different Model of How to Attach Politics to LiteratureLike others of Bolano s books, Night in Chile is a concerted fusion of two worlds the society of writers and poets their parties, their conversations, their lifestyles , and the society of political control in this case Pinochet s generals and his repressive regime The narrator in [...]

    21. Does the world needs another review of By Night in Chile Of course not, so let me just give a few pieces of advice for the prospective reader Try to allow yourself some time to read it in a single sit The book is structured as a single paragraph, so you better read it with as few interruptions as possible The first third is rather slow, the very beginning is nice but then it goes into mincing Chilean literature I guess most of you will recognize some names like Neruda, Parra and Donoso and miss [...]

    22. A very memorable, powerful book that asks the very difficult but important question what is the relevance if any of literature to Real Life, especially when said Real Life involves political turmoil Specifically a military coup when people are being tortured and killed in basements while literary parties are taking place upstairs Is it brave and wise to read Thucycides and Plato when a democratically elected president is being overthrown, or just stupid and detached With this novella, narrated i [...]

    23. Este es el segundo libro que leo de Bola o, el primero fue Detectives Salvajes, que es de mis libros favoritos Este es completamente distinto en estilo, casi como si fuera escrito por otra persona, pero igual me encanto Es el viaje en la memoria de un personaje que no sabes si te cae bien o mal, un sacerdote entusiasta de la literatura, la poesia Es un viaje hacia todo tipo de recuerdos, pasan por ahi Neruda, Pinochet, analiza constantemente todo tipo de traumas chilenos, de caracter y de histor [...]

    24. Although I know of Bola o, this is the first book that I ve read by him.I found it a help that I knew something about Chile and its history This enabled me to concentrate on the essence of the book, which is to do with duty, responsibility, freedom, complicity etc etc.Although there were occasions when I found the writing style difficult, I am pleased that I read it There were sections that were amusing as well as serious eg when the narrator was sent to Europe to research how various churches [...]

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