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En esta novela se puede captar toda la angustia que la autora trata de transmitir A veces es dif cil sentir empat a por la protagonista, sobre todo cuando maltrata a un perro, pero es m s dif cil hacerlo por Santiago, que es como una sombra que trata de controlarla en todo momento Creo que esta es la nica autora regiomontana que escribe bien y que respeto. @READ PDF ⚽ El Camino De Santiago à Chevrolet El Camino France D Occasion Recherche De Chevrolet El Camino France D Occasion Sur Le Parking, La Recherche De Voiture D Occasion La Plus Rapide Du Web Trouvez La Voiture De Vos Rves Chevrolet El Camino Wikipdia El Camino De Quatrime Gnration La Chevrolet El Camino Est Une Automobile Cre Par Chevrolet EnIl S Agit D Une Berline Traditionnelle Dont La Partie Arrire Est Transforme En Pick Up Accueil El Camino Pau Trs Beau Concertcordes Place Recamborde Avec Les Enfants Cordes D El Camino, Du Conservatoire De Pau Et De L Cole De Musique De Lescar El Camino De Santiago De Compostela Pilgrimage In The Camino Is Known In English As The Way Of St James All Camino Pilgrimage Routes Lead To Santiago De Compostela As This Is Where The Remains Of St James, Santiago , Were Discovered In El Camino De La Vida Musica Y Letra YouTube Podrn Encontrar Un Nuevo Video De El Camino De La Vida En Mi Canal, Con Todas Las Correcciones De Ortografa Espero Les Sea De Gran Ayuda, Adems De Disfrutar De Esta Joya De La MsicaThe Way, El Camino De Santiago Emilio Estevez Enlace Al Blog Camino De Santiago X Donde Hay Alojadas Pelculas Y Documentales A Cerca Del Camino Camino De Santiago Pilgrimage Spain The Way Of El Camino De Santiago De Compostela In English The Way Of St James Is A Network Of Routes Across Spain And Europe Which All Lead To Santiago De Compostela, In The Northwest Of Spain Camino De Santiago Caminosantiago Haz El Toda La Informacin Del Camino De Santiago Arte, Historia, Consejos, Foro De Peregrinos, Webcams, Bodegas, Museos, Parajes Naturales, Ecosistemas, Transporte, La All rights reserved Santiago s Way is a novel by Patricia Laurent that has been described by reviewers as a descent into madness That is too facile, too glib, too much of the easy way out Actually, we all almost all have our Santiago If Laurent s novel says anything about madness, it speaks about it in terms of our shared consciousness in modernity and our post modern abyss Santiago is not one person s private schizophrenia he is everyone s paranoia In a word, Santiago cannot be abnormality because everyone in Western civilization suffers his reach Who is Santiago It is easier to avoid some easy misconceptions Santiago is critical and controlling, but he is not merely a Freudian Superego Santiago is domineering but he is not merely Nietzsche s Over man By Chapter Five in the novel it is evident that to interpret Laurent, one needs to transcend Nietzsche Too many people in the post modern period reject a privileged claim to truth or the setting of one foundation With that, it becomes easy to use Nietzschean logic and place the burden of truth in power where Nietzsche wanted it anyway because of the cynic s adage of might makes right Those with enough power impose their truth over any other truth claims Socialized rules would then be inauthentic because they are mere demonstrations of power Laurent says the opposite, socialized rules are inauthentic because love is fearless. Un lenguaje preciso y precioso. La manera en la que Patricia Laurent describe los acontecimientos hace que no puedas dejar de leer No entiendo bien cu l es el rol de Santiago, si es una enfermedad mental o representa algo que todos tenemos como otras rese as dicen Pero lo importante es que es un gran libro, sent la impotencia de no poder callar a Santiago y disfrut mucho la manera de escribir de la autora. Una novela breve en la que covergen la Psicolog a, el realismo m gico y una prosa po tica llena de met foras a la par de una narrativa llena de momentos reales y profundos. I wish I could have read this book in Spanish, but the only edition I was able to find was this This is the book version I read It is a shame I wasn t able to find it in SpanishThis is a beautiful book about a girl who has a lot of trauma in her life She had been abused, neglected and abandoned Now she is an adult, but she has a lot of behavioral and psychological problems as a consequence of all the suffering she had to endure in her short life.The whole book is written with an almost musical cadence, brilliantly telling a story through the imaginary drawing of photographs that in reality are images of her remembrances of childhood suffering.Some of the pictures are so heartbreaking, that I feel incapable to reproduce or even describe here One of them is so painful, that as much as I tried to take a clear picture, it always came out blurry as though seen behind a curtain of tears It is this one, which describes the punishment of a heartless father towards an defenseless little girl Punishment It is out of focus Page 67 where she describes how her father used a very sharp knife to shave part of her head.There are also depictions of abandonment and fear, such as the heartbreaking description in which shows her mother forgets her in a public transportation bus page 63 Abandoned in a busOf course, these two are, by far, the lightest examples of the tragedy There are scenes of child abuse that I won t even describe for it is very difficult for me even to think about the topic.Here is a description of her suicide attempt It is again disheartening and painful but it possesses the strength of a soul that has endured too much, and for whom the suffering of harming herself is nothing compared to what others have done to her younger self Description of horrible suicide attemptFinally, the last page of the book, which is like a poetic closing to the saddest of the stories This book is actually not suited for depressive people and the like It is like a cry for help from this obviously very hurt woman.Last pageIf you feel like seeing of the books I have read, you are welcome to visit my blog All rights reserved Santiago s Way is a novel by Patricia Laurent that has been described by reviewers as a descent into madness That is too facile, too glib, too much of the easy way out Actually, we all almost all have our Santiago If Laurent s novel says anything about madness, it speaks about it in terms of our shared consciousness in modernity and our post modern abyss Santiago is not one person s private schizophrenia he is everyone s paranoia In a word, Santiago cannot be abnormality because everyone in Western civilization suffers his reach Who is Santiago It is easier to avoid some easy misconceptions Santiago is critical and controlling, but he is not merely a Freudian Superego Santiago is domineering but he is not merely Nietzsche s Over man By Chapter Five in the novel it is evident that to interpret Laurent, one needs to transcend Nietzsche Too many people in the post modern period reject a privileged claim to truth or the setting of one foundation With that, it becomes easy to use Nietzschean logic and place the burden of truth in power where Nietzsche wanted it anyway because of the cynic s adage of might makes right Those with enough power impose their truth over any other truth claims Socialized rules would then be inauthentic because they are mere demonstrations of power Laurent says the opposite, socialized rules are inauthentic because love is fearless.