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Ascinante impulsada por la riueza de los conocimientos y el arrebato de la fantasía Bomarzo obtuvo el Premio Nacional de Literatura en el bienio 1960 1962 el Premio John F Kennedy en 1964 y varias distinciones otorgadas por el gobierno de la República Italia Very rich language It s a history about a anti heroeHe is a renaissance prince very ugly but delicate soul Men in Kilts por la riueza de los conocimientos y el arrebato de la fantasía Bomarzo obtuvo el Premio Nacional de Literatura en el bienio 1960 1962 el Premio John F Kennedy en 1964 y varias distinciones otorgadas The Killing Of Katie Steelstock por el gobierno de la República Italia Very rich language It s a history about a anti heroeHe is a renaissance Birthday prince very ugly but delicate soul

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Bomarzo by Manuel Mujica Láinez

En 1958 Manuel Mujica Lainez visitó el bosue sagrado de Bomarzo poblado de esculturas fabulosas Su erudición su infatigable curiosidad por todas las empresas de la imaginación lo impulsaron a ver de cerca ese lugar ideado en el siglo XVI por el duue Pier Fr Rating 5 of fiveA life changing read for my teenaged self I m re reading it now bit by snatch and it s amazingly enough still gorgeous and lush and silken in its soundsI adore it as much in 2017 as in 1973

summary Bomarzo by Manuel Mujica Láinez

Ancesco Orsini De regreso a la Argentina Mujica Lainez se consagró durante más de dos años con pasión y rigor 'álgebra y fuego' diría Borges a reconstruir la historia de Bomarzo y su atormentado creador El resultado de esa labor es esta obra monumental f the autobiography of a hunchbacked fratricidal devil worshiping Renaissance Italian noble ultimately less fun than it sounds There s a lot of lovely pageantry and some effective existentialaesthetic horror there s a lot of Borges and Silvina O Campo here appropriate given they were all from Buenos Aires but it gets repetitive both in terms of the narrative itself and as a character study for the Duke himself It also does the thing that a lot of historical narratives do where like Don uixote or Paracelsus run across the page in some minor capacity and I kind of hate that It s not a bad book but it would have been a much better one at 300 pages as opposed to 700 or whatever Library book but I don t think I d bother to hold on to this in any case


10 thoughts on “Bomarzo by Manuel Mujica Láinez

  1. says:

    “That in the mighty mantle I was robed And of a she bear was indeed the son” Dante Alighieri – Inferno Duke of Bomarzo Pier Francesco Orsini was a descendant of that she bear’s son and the novel Bomarzo traces his life since his early childhood till his final departure and meticulously portrays the manners and s o

  2. says:

    Perhaps you are aware of Bomarzo the Garden of Monsters created in northern Italy by a 16th century nobleman and great patron of the arts Pier Francesco Orsini If not please take a look on the web as there is ample information recounting the

  3. says:

    Rating 5 of fiveA life changing read for my teenaged self I'm re reading it now bit by snatch and it's amazingly enough still gorgeous and lush and silken in its soundsI adore it as much in 2017 as in 1973

  4. says:

    I have the Chilean author Roberto Bolaño to thank for my discovery of the Argentine Manuel Mujica Lainez's novel Bomarzo Published in 1962 the novel won Argentina’s National Literature Prize and then the John F Kennedy Prize in 1

  5. says:

    the autobiography of a hunchbacked fratricidal devil worshiping Renaissance Italian noble ultimately less fun than it sounds There's a lot of lovely pageantry and some effective existentialaesthetic horror there's a lot of Borges and Silvina O'Campo here appropriate given they were all from Buenos Aires but it gets repetitive both in terms of the narrative itself and as a character study for the Duke himself It also does the thi

  6. says:

    Bomarzo was definitely one of the best reading experiences of my lifeFar than a typical historical novel Bomarzo is a one of a kind introspective extensive view over the thoughts and actions of the protagonist the duke of Bomarzo a

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    Reviewed by Seraillon

  8. says:

    An amazing book My teacher gave me this book as a gift when I finished high school At first I was reluctant because of the extreme density of the writing HOWEVER the story is constructed impeccably and the narrator becomes a character with such an incredible richness to his story that before you realise you finish the book

  9. says:

    Very rich language It´s a history about a anti heroeHe is a renaissance prince very ugly but delicate soul

  10. says:

    I like the way the narrator describes the story and how he justifies his actions Although I don't really like this period in history it is a very good book I do find it too long

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