By Carlos Fuentes
Fuentes' final novel, telling the tale of a guy in a latest urban, essentially in keeping with Mexico urban, who talks to the guy at the neighbouring balcony. the fellow seems to beF riedrich Nietzsche. the 2 discuss humans they understand in addition to approximately Nietzsche's formative years. be aware that this e-book has but to seem in English.
Dante Loredano entabla un diálogo con su vecino de balcón —Federico Nietzsche— y se deja guiar por éste a través de una ciudad encendida por una violenta revolución social contra l. a. oligarquía del poder. Cada uno de los personajes representa una clase social. Sofisticado y dialéctico, el diálogo que se establece entre Dante y Nietzsche y que se va mechando en el relato de los hechos da lugar a una novela llena de simbolismo, en l. a. que las acciones y los personajes son ejemplificaciones de conceptos fundamentales del pensamiento del filósofo alemán. Esta novela es el testamento literario de Carlos Fuentes, una lección definitiva sobre lo que fue y seguirán siendo como escritor. "La novela que acabo de terminar, Federico en su balcón, está protagonizada por dos interlocutores: el autor de l. a. novela y el personaje Federico Nietzsche. Como Nietzsche dijo "Dios ha muerto", Dios, para contradecirlo, le da una segunda vida a Nietzsche, pero le permite observar un mundo donde todo es un eterno retorno.
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