La muralla china #2020

La muralla china Franz Kafka La muralla china El presente volumen re ne un heterog neo conjunto de cuentos relatos y apuntes que cubre pr cticamente toda la vida de escritor de Franz Kafka desde Descripci n de una lucha que data prob

  • Title: La muralla china
  • Author: Franz Kafka
  • ISBN: 9788420638409
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • La muralla china Franz Kafka El presente volumen re ne un heterog neo conjunto de cuentos, relatos y apuntes que cubre pr cticamente toda la vida de escritor de Franz Kafka 1883 1924 , desde Descripci n de una lucha que data probablemente de 1902 o 1903 hasta La construcci n escrita en 1923 1924 e Investigaciones de un perro seguramente su ltimo relato La muralla china recoge, en efecto, y saEl presente volumen re ne un heterog neo conjunto de cuentos, relatos y apuntes que cubre pr cticamente toda la vida de escritor de Franz Kafka 1883 1924 , desde Descripci n de una lucha que data probablemente de 1902 o 1903 hasta La construcci n escrita en 1923 1924 e Investigaciones de un perro seguramente su ltimo relato La muralla china recoge, en efecto, y salvo el conjunto de los Cuadernos en octavo y la prosa, m s fragmentaria, incluida en el volumen Carta al padre y otros escritos , la pr ctica totalidad de la narrativa breve que el autor checo, por una u otra raz n, no lleg a publicar en vida.
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    1. There is another review in Arabic after this review It is the temporal gap between the present and the past which not tangible,The spatial gap,between the north and the south, the gap between the ruler and the people This gaps lead to an imbalance in the social foundation.His interesting style, in his philosophical narrative as old Chinese engineer , was a great by the way

    2. Kafka dissects the Great Wall18 May 2014 Okay, maybe I shouldn t be writing too much about this particular short story if one can call it a story because it is really only ten pages long, though the funny thing about Kafka is that despite the fact that a piece of writing is, well, short, you can still get an enormous amount out of it as I discovered when we chatted about Die Verwandlung in a coffee shop today Anyway, at first glance, one wonders if the story is about this rather large structure [...]

    3. Before I decided to read Animal Farmthis month I read a short story by Kafka that examines the inner workings of and cohesion in Imperial China For such a short story it backs a mass of information and makes you think Kafka makes you ask how a government would convince millions of people living feudal conditions to abandon their homes and build a very big wall Then he really gets by saying now why would they have people from one side of the country go to the other side to build this wall Very in [...]

    4. Alas, said the mouse, the world is growing smaller every day At first it was so big that I was afraid, I ran on and I was glad when at last I saw walls to left and right of me in the distance, but these long walls are closing in on each other so fast that I have already reached the end room, and there in the corner stands the trap that I am heading for You only have to change direction, said the cat, and ate it up.

    5. Llegu a este libro gracias a Harold Bloom en su libro Genios, si bien ya lo conoc a, su menci n en la obra de Bloom termin por poner al libro como una prioridad Como ocurre suele ocurrir con las grandes obras, la edici n de Losada es precedida por el pr logo de quien fuese devoto admirador e imitador en alg n punto del gran maestro Kafka Jorge Luis Borges, como si fuera poco, adem s Borges se encarg de traducir los siguientes cuentos La edificaci n de la muralla china, Un artista del Hambre, Un [...]

    6. Well this one just went right past through me Human nature, essentially changeable, unstable as the dust, can endure no restraint if it binds itself it soon begins to tear madly at its bonds, until it rends everything asunder, the wall, the bonds, and it s very self The Great Wall Of China

    7. Dentro destes 3 contos encontra se o caro o de Kafka a obsess o Este o segundo livro que dele li, por isso n o me parece poss vel que possa dizer que o conhe o, ou sua obra, mas tudo o que li me parece entoar da mesma maneira e rodear o mesmo assunto Dei muito tempo a acabar estas poucas mais de 100 p ginas s pelas Investiga es de um C o Pareceu me for osamente obsessivo e bizarro, de um modo diferente da minha leitura de A Toca Estas 3 estrelas n o s o 4 apenas pelo meu interesse nas hist rias, [...]

    8. I rather enjoyed this short story, particularly because of the issues that Kafka attempts to, and succeeds in, bringing to light The notion that we must not question grandiose issues that are beyond our supposed comprehension is still an issue in these contemporary times, and I often find myself frustrated at the challenge of balancing this blissful ignorance with unattained intellectual prosperity To be fair, I fluctuate between the two frequently, so I cannot really say which end of the spec [...]

    9. I don t know, I rather liked this short story I found it mildly amusing how he points out the absurdity of how the Great Wall of China was built It was built to provide protection yet they have so many gaps in it that it almost defeats the purpose of the wall altogether Better than The Metamorphosis in my opinion.

    10. I don t recall how I found Kafka in college, but once I did I was hooked I devoured all the writings he d published during his lifetime, along with two of the three novels that did not, The Trial and The Castle I read and reread him as if unable to quench my thirst, and then suddenly I stopped I haven t read him since.Now, I didn t begin the year with the goal of finally getting to those long lingering literary works and ticking them off the list, but that s eventually what I began to do After b [...]

    11. Como siempre el magistral pero oprimente Kafka transmite la densidad de la naturaleza humana, aun en sus obras breves.Nunca me canso de recomendar este cl sico contempor neo.

    12. There is a motivational poster of the Great Wall in my office at a particular government agency underneath the picture is written TEAMWORK Many hands Many minds One goal.

    13. Didn t really finish it, though I picked it up every day for weeks I don t know why, but I only really like metamorphosis Can t get into anything else he s written.

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