By Fernando Savater, Sara Torres
Un delicioso recorrido por los angeles obra y los lugares más emblemáticos de ocho escritores fundamentales. El regreso de Savater a su faceta más divulgativa.
En Aquí viven leones, Fernando Savater vuelve a una de sus facetas favoritas, los angeles de divulgador de los angeles literatura y el pensamiento. A través de ocho viajes inolvidables, ilustrados magníficamente por Anapurna, nos presenta l. a. obra y l. a. vida de Shakespeare, Valle Inclán, Poe, Leopardi, Agatha Christie, Reyes, Flaubert y Zweig.
Son ocho extraordinarias introducciones a sendos autores clave de los angeles literatura common de muy distintos registros. Un libro maravilloso para entrar en el mundo de estos escritores, conocer su obra y disponer de más claves para poder disfrutarla.
«Un libro hermoso y bien ilustrado en todos los sentidos.»
Luis M. Alonso, La Opinión de A Coruña
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Sir Andrew But it becomes me well enough, does’t not? Sir Toby Excellent, it hangs like ﬂax on a distaff,51 and I hope to see a housewife take thee between her legs and spin it off. Sir Andrew Faith, I’ll home52 tomorrow, Sir Toby. Your niece will not53 be seen, or if she be, it’s four to one she’ll54 none of me. The Count55 himself here hard by56 woos her. 43 renounce* 44 why (French) 45 applied, employed, given* 46 languages 47 popular entertainment, watching dogs attacking a bear chained to a stake* 48 followed the arts ϭ pursued learning 49 improved 50 past question ϭ without a doubt 51 in spinning, ﬂax was wound on a cleft staff, a “distaff ” 52 go home 53 will not ϭ does not wish to 54 she’ll ϭ she wants 55 count ϭ earl (the reference here is to the Duke) 56 hard by ϭ near 15 75 80 85 90 act 1 95 100 105 110 • scene 3 Sir Toby She’ll none o’ the count, she’ll not match57 above her degree,58 neither in estate, years, nor wit.
Olivia Have you any commission from your lord to negotiate with162 my face? You are now out of 163 your text. But we will draw the curtain and show you the picture. 164 Is’t not well done? 165 Olivia ’Tis in grain166 sir, ’twill endure wind and weather. Viola ’Tis beauty truly blent,167 whose red and white Nature’s own sweet and cunning168 hand laid on. Lady, you are the cruell’st she alive, If you will lead these graces169 to the grave, And leave the world no copy. Olivia O sir, I will not be so hard-hearted.
What would150 you? 154 Olivia (to her servants) Give us the place alone, we will hear this divinity. , I will transmit what you have to say subject, material* speak, express* terrible, dreadful business only disclosure, declaration imposition reverence, acknowledgment (of beauty) olive branch (of peace) violently* want, wish treatment, reception* virginity divine virtue, holy message desecration/pollution of the sacred theme, subject 32 act 1 • scene 5 Olivia A comfortable156 doctrine, and much may be said of it.
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