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  • Paperback
  • 123 pages
  • La mujer desnuda
  • Armonía Somers
  • Spanish
  • 21 May 2019

La mujer desnuda❮Download❯ ✤ La mujer desnuda ➻ Author Armonía Somers – Essayreview.co.uk Publicada inicialmente con seud nimo en , La mujer desnuda caus esc ndalo sin precedentes en el mbito de la literatura uruguaya, no s lo por su audaz contenido sexual sino adem s por el misterio de la Publicada inicialmente con seud nimo en , La mujer desnuda caus esc ndalo sin precedentes en el mbito de la literatura uruguaya, no s lo por su audaz contenido sexual sino adem s por el misterio de la identidad del autor La obra lleg al gran p blico reci n en , cuando la editorial Tauro public la tercera edici n y cuando Armon a Somers ya hab a publicado dos colecciones de cuentos El derrumbamiento La mujer eBook Î y La calle del viento norte , as como su segunda novela, De miedo en miedo Los manuscritos del r o Escritora de inusual intensidad, con una riqueza de estilo igualmente notoria, su obra ha sido emparentada con la de los grandes narradores uruguayos del siglo XX, Juan Carlos Onetti, Felisberto Hern ndez y Mario Levrero, y con autoras como Clarice Lispector y Marosa di Giorgio.


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10 thoughts on “La mujer desnuda

  1. says:

    It s terrifying when you realize that faith depends solely on the blood pumping inside us, in the trust that each of us chooses to place in it, rahter than in set conventions Liberated completely unbridled Somers 1950 novella explores the complete freedom of a woman who relocates to the Uruguayan countryside on her 30th birthday She sheds her previous life, and in that process, also her clothing The former Rebeca Linke takes on this mystical persona in the village, the Naked Woman whoIt s terrifying when you realize that faith depends solely on the blood pumping inside us, in the trust that each of us chooses to place in it, rahter than in set conventions Liberated completely unbridled Somers 1950 novella explores the complete freedom of a woman who relocates to the Uruguayan countryside on her 30th birthday She sheds her previous life, and in that process, also her clothing The former Rebeca Linke takes on this mystical persona in the village, the Naked Woman who visits homes at night She is the subject of mystery, lust, danger, and jealousy Her liberation, both of social and moral conventions, has deep impacts on the others around her, the men husbands, sons, and even the parish priest driven mad with lust, and the women, who suffer at the hands of their husbandsThe woman, in her nakedness, has reminded them too vividly what they had under their own clothesFor a long time, they had been happy in their wooden houses, but now, suddenly, someone had told them about iron and glass She inhabits this space of Eve , the first woman, in the villager s minds although she seemed a closer match to the mythical kabbalistic Lilith to me There are moments of violence and brutality, moments of joy and rapture It made me question and think about freedom and society One that will stay with me for a long time Somers story mesmerized me, as did Kit Maude s translation.This book was almost 70 years from the original text to English translation and the timing is just right

  2. says:

    A esta autora uruguaya tambi n la trabajamos en la sesi n impartida por la Dra Nadina Olmedo en el Seminario de Literatura Fant stica Hispanoamericana La historia de esta novela es sumamente singular y transgresora Rebeca Linke, en su cumplea os 30, escapa de su fiesta en la ciudad y se refugia en su casa de campo, donde se desnuda, se corta la cabeza, se la vuelve a colocar y se adentra en el bosque hasta llegar a un pueblito, despertando los bajos instintos de cuanto hombre se cruza en su c A esta autora uruguaya tambi n la trabajamos en la sesi n impartida por la Dra Nadina Olmedo en el Seminario de Literatura Fant stica Hispanoamericana La historia de esta novela es sumamente singular y transgresora Rebeca Linke, en su cumplea os 30, escapa de su fiesta en la ciudad y se refugia en su casa de campo, donde se desnuda, se corta la cabeza, se la vuelve a colocar y se adentra en el bosque hasta llegar a un pueblito, despertando los bajos instintos de cuanto hombre se cruza en su camino Tanto Rebeca como Armon a, convertidas en otras , convertidas en la mujer desnuda , se transforman en esa otra mujer que ha estado creciendo, viviendo con en ellas y salen de la casa a la calle desafiando el orden, provocando el caos que narra esta novela y Somers apela a lo fantasmag rico g tico como medio de escape al realismo impuesto por la academia y la tradici n literaria y desconcierta tanto al lector com n como al especializado, dejando a estos ltimos sin posibilidad de categorizar su obra , apunta Nadina Cuento de hadas oscuro que nos urge a desprendernos de nuestros prejuicios e ideas caducas para ponernos en la cabeza de los otros

  3. says:

    ay no se sufr mucho leyendo este libro tendr que intentarlo en otro momento.

  4. says:

    not my favorite of this genre of abject womanity but it seems to have the most there in terms of feminist critique impressively deep for 1950s uruguay but not quite one for the favorites shelf

  5. says:

    killerrrrr

  6. says:

    A whole village burns down just because she went out without her clothes And other skewerings of society etc.

  7. says:

    4.5

  8. says:

    I m not the target market for this novel Not a huge fan of magical realism , but it isn t a bad book, and I thought the translation was done well Pick this one up if you want to explore feminism and unconventionality in a weird and unique way.

  9. says:

    Completely grateful to Kit Maude s translation of this incredible novella which served as my introduction to armonia somers work and vision This book is a vision, both horrific and humorous nailing a surrealist rose on the door of patriarchy as well as the domestic and wild Written in 1950 and resonant right now, what a stunner.

  10. says:

    This gem from the 50s that English readers finally got to appreciate in 2010s, is the ultimate satire of the hispanic magical realism and also a full fledged subversive masterpiece in its own right A simple story about a small, pious town that is engulfed with sightings of an unapologetically nude woman, and the barbarity that ensues, is so delicious in its wrangling of colonialism, society and Christian othering It s also incredibly written in a language that seems like a successful merging This gem from the 50s that English readers finally got to appreciate in 2010s, is the ultimate satire of the hispanic magical realism and also a full fledged subversive masterpiece in its own right A simple story about a small, pious town that is engulfed with sightings of an unapologetically nude woman, and the barbarity that ensues, is so delicious in its wrangling of colonialism, society and Christian othering It s also incredibly written in a language that seems like a successful merging of Cortazar and Jean Rhys I ll be surprised if it isn t on the reading list of all the good MFA and comp lit professors in a few years A work of substantial quality, it does seem a little dated in some conceptual misgivings almost 70 years since it was written, in today s post feminist era, but this wholly depends on the context juxtapose it to the anglo fictions of today, and watch the radicalism of yesteryear work its magic yet again

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