By Fernando Savater, Sara Torres
Un delicioso recorrido por l. a. 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, l. a. de divulgador de l. a. literatura y el pensamiento. A través de ocho viajes inolvidables, ilustrados magníficamente por Anapurna, nos presenta los angeles 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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O, thereby hangs a tale. 38 The Greatness of Shakespeare 1 Mus. Thereby hangs a tale, sir? Clown. Marry, sir, by many a wind-instrument that I know. But, masters, here’s money for you; and the General so likes your music that he desires you, of all loves, to make no more noise with it. 1 Mus. Well, sir, we will not. Clown. If you have any music that may not be heard, to’t again; but, as they say, to hear music the General does not greatly care. 1 Mus. We have none such, sir. Clown. Then put up your pipes in your bag, for I’ll away.
Hamlet says bitter, ugly things (outside of Claudius’ hearing), but does not kill the murderer. Hamlet states he will do that another time, when Claudius taints himself in vice, “some act that has no relish of salvation in it”. He goes away without exacting vengeance. Why? What is his real motivation? Hamlet is a Viking prince with an absolute moral and probably legal obligation to avenge his father and secure the throne of Denmark for the rightful party, himself. What stops him? Should one begin to 52 Hamlet [the play as a short story] believe Hamlet a non-violent Viking, the body-count of his victims will eventually dispel that.
Ay, marry, are they, sir. Clown. O, thereby hangs a tale. 38 The Greatness of Shakespeare 1 Mus. Thereby hangs a tale, sir? Clown. Marry, sir, by many a wind-instrument that I know. But, masters, here’s money for you; and the General so likes your music that he desires you, of all loves, to make no more noise with it. 1 Mus. Well, sir, we will not. Clown. If you have any music that may not be heard, to’t again; but, as they say, to hear music the General does not greatly care. 1 Mus. We have none such, sir.