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Patria o muerte
Preview — Patria o muerte by Alberto Barrera Tyszka. Patria o muerte by Alberto Barrera Tyszka. Ehfermedad Editionpages. Published November 12th by Tusquets first published November To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Patria o muerteplease sign up. Lists with This Book.
Nov 19, Beatriz Chavarri rated it did not like it. Jan 21, Susana rated it liked it Shelves: No se pude negar, Barrera Tyszka tiene excelente pluma y es un conocedor del oficio. Con frases lapidarias como: No descuidaba nunca un detalle. Tal enfetmedad simplemente se trate que nuestra realidad cambia aceleradamente.
Jan 05, May rated it did not like it. Todo lo que hizo baarrera las leyendas que circulan alrededor son temas de conversaciones y debates. No hay logro literario.
Reading Challenge Patria o muerte no es un libro malo, pero es muy superficial y no profundiza realmente en nada. Tampoco me gustaron los lugares comunes: Feb 08, Alejandro Teruel rated it liked it Shelves: La novela es un entretejido de tyxzka de derrotados: La novela se lee a la carrera, la atraviesan frases precisas y lapidarias pero ocasionales.
Jan 25, Carlos rated it liked it. Por momentos brillante, por momentos decepcionante, apurada. Se nota el dispositivo, los recursos, los cables.
En cualquier caso muy amena lectura. Dec 17, Marianne Diaz rated it it was ok. El final es lo mejor del libro. Jan 24, Golcar Rojas rated it liked it. No hay mayores sorpresas. Al final, resulta ser un poco de todo. Pero, tampoco es que sea muy importante etiquetarla. No hay mayor profundidad en ellos, resultan simples, planos.
La voz narrativa es la voz de quien no se identifica y no cree lo que los voceros del albero cuentan sobre la enfermedad del presidente. Este punto de vista, obviamente, marca el tono general de la tyszoa la tysza aunque pretenda por momentos tener un tono imparcial, que no llega a ser sostenido.
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Las invasiones, los rumores, la violencia y la delincuencia, la anomia, el misterio informativo y la omnipresencia de la tv y las noticias. Mar 10, MdlA. Nov 24, L. An able author choosing poor writing. Within the first pages of a screenplay a reader can judge the relative skill of the writer simply by noting how he handles exposition. Well done exposition does not guarantee a superb story, but it does tell us that the writer barfera the craft.
This novel is a barrage df unnece An able author choosing poor writing. This novel is a barrage of unnecessary expositional facts; names, places, universities, all without given a proper context, described visually, nor described emotionally. Each appearing character is giving a name, and surname, only to disappear and have no weight in the story.
All these exercises of memorisation are not then paid by the author, providing an invitation to stop paying attention, skip long descriptive paragraphs, and finally give a headache every time we give an opportunity to memorise again. This book is more alike a Wikipedia article, than a novel. It is simply void of drama, and filled with unnecessary factual ee.
Characters are “simply there,” and have no conflict, nor reaction to the events. A man goes into intricate plots, which are often interesting, to get a “crucial part of a story” for his book. But in all actuality, he goes far because other characters make him go far, and he has no reactions, and is not confronted either by his wife, his consciousness, nor the government, not even his lack of money.
He simply swims through the plot, completely void of life, drama, or conflict. Then there are things that are just surreal, and one has to wonder if they were meant to, or is the author just being lazy. In fact, the author is a good author. You see the spots of “brilliance” at the times when the story is dramatised, conflict occurs, and characters speak their emotions. Re end is simply non existent. Characters come to no climax, and most things are not resolute.
Some plots get to an end, but there are no emotional reactions, no character arcs, and no subtext. There is no drama, no change.
Patria o muerte by Alberto Barrera Tyszka
This book is closer albfrto having a peak to a writer’s design stage, than a finished novel. It is like looking at the bones of a human, and expecting to feel the greatness of a human touch, skin to skin. As to the Premio Tusquets Editores de Novelait is now more than clear that it was made as a political statement.
This book is a stereotype of its time, a journalistic attempt at being a novel, and dozens of paragraphs that speak the all well known arguments from one side of the story just to satisfy one side of the political party with moral superiority, or well described senses of frustration. This book also requires you to be incredibly well versed in the times and locations. Unless you are a Venezuelan that has reached an age of reason beforeyou will not understand a single thing that is going on.
Unlike timeless tyszak like Anna Karenina, this novel is not about the universal emotions, conflicts, and dramas of time immemorial, but, again, a journalistic attempt at being a novel, failing without need.
A more than likely prediction is that this book will not be read in thirty years time, besides the academic research to know stereotypes of the time.
The writers shows that he can be a good author. So why is this a bad novel?
He was probably too lazy to do anything good with it, or he has probably confessed his guilt among the lines from a character inside the story: So maybe, this is, in fact, a big middle finger to the editorial world, showing that writers when pressed with endermedad seller” stereotypes come out with rubbish, nonsensical hundreds of pages.
It feels almost like an apology, blaming someone else for his shortcomings. Instead, and unfortunately, this enfermeda ends up as a enfwrmedad opportunity.
Feb 26, Pedro Alhinho rated it really liked it. Apr 24, Andres Sanchez rated it it was amazing. Se nota mucho que Barrera Tyszka es cronista en este libro.
Y lejos de ser un defecto, le da un aire muy interesante de contar la historia interna de un evento clave de la historia reciente latinoamericana: Sin embargo, la narrativa cumple con su objetivo y te hace sentir que es real, pese a lo surrealista y un tanto previsible que de momentos es la historia en conjunto.
Oct 21, Rodny Valbuena rated it really liked it. Barrera Tyszka demuestra que es un maestro desenredando tramas. Sep 11, Bernardo rated it liked it. Jan 17, Mohamed Awada rated it it was amazing. Nov 28, Diana rated it it was amazing.
Un libro excelente sobre enfermedqd realidad que hemos vivido en Venezuela.
Su narrativa es muy buena y los personajes muestran el efecto que ha tenido el chavismo en los venezolanos: Dec 24, Ingrid Contreras Arias rated it it was amazing. Aug 21, Mariana rated it really liked it Shelves: No sentirse identificado con Patria o muerte siendo venezolano es imposible. Son demasiadas tramas y un solo eje central. Ambas cuestiones terminan terriblemente mal.
Un misterio que deja con un sabor de boca amargo; tanto para la singularidad de sentirse humano. Feb 28, Adonay Rivas rated it really liked it. Es una buena novela, muy bien escrita; aunque eso es lo normal con Barrera Tyszka.