La fugitiva

La fugitiva

En Albertine desaparecida sexto y penultimo volumen de En busca del tiempo perdido Proust prosigue su detallada y obsesiva narracion de los delirios amorosos de la angustia del deseo y en especial de los celos el sentimiento que alienta con mayor fuerza en estas paginas protagonizadas por Albertine una de las amantes mas perdurables de la literatura universal. En esta ocasion Proust sigue su peculiar tour de force en torno a la figura de la amante ausente del dolor por el cuerpo perdido. Sin duda estamos ante una de las reflexiones mas hondas y elaboradas sobre el amor el deseo y el paso del tiempo. Carlos Manzano a punto de culminar su titanica labor proustiana confirma de nuevo que estamos ante la mejor version castellana de una de las grandes obras de todos los tiempos.

Title:La fugitiva
Edition Language:Spanish
ISBN:8420611328
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    La fugitiva Reviews

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    (685 From 1001) - Remembrance of Things Past = À la recherche du temps perdu VI, Albertine disparue, Marcel ProustAlbertine disparue (Albertine Gone) is the title of the sixth volume of Marcel Proust...

  • karen

    note: i did not read this in french. i have to review the fugitive here, even though i read the modern library edition that collects the captive with the fugitive because i think i went on way too lon...

  • Michael Finocchiaro

    This book brought me a lot of comfort when I was going through a painful breakup. Albertine disappears and - spoiler alert - disappears for good and the narrator is at first unconsolable. What is fasc...

  • Teresa

    None of my GR friends who've added this book as 'read' have reviewed it and I may take that as a sign that I don't 'have' to either. But, no, my real 'excuse' is that almost from the very beginning of...

  • Jessica

    Sit down, rock n' roll breakup-song maestros of the twentieth century (you know who you are)! Proust made you irrelevant before you were born.I wish I'd read this in my early twenties, when I still ha...

  • Darwin8u

    “I could no longer desire physically without feeling a need for her, without suffering from her absence.” ― Marcel Proust, The FugitiveI start reading Proust and it feels like I've submerged int...

  • Greg

    I took almost a year off between the last Proust book and this one. I think I made the right choice in waiting so long to return to Proust. I will try to explain, but I will try to give very little de...

  • Manny

    Celebrity Death Match Special (reprise): Albertine disparue versus Killer CrabsOne of the most sensational literary discoveries of the last year was the hitherto unknown first draft of Albertine dispa...

  • Paul

    Six out of seven volumes completed! This volume to me felt more like a linking volume, a preparation for the conclusion; although a great deal happens, mainly in relation to the now departed Albertine...

  • Fionnuala

    Still thinking about how to begin the review of this volume in which the narrator finally gets to travel to Venice...Meantime, here's Proust in Venice in 1900, still thinking about how to begin the Re...