La zia Julia e lo scribacchino

La zia Julia e lo scribacchino un universo leggero e affollato fondato meno sul dramma che sull ironia che ruota intorno a due straordinari personaggi da una parte Pedro Camacho prolifico autore di radiodrammi per Radio Central

  • Title: La zia Julia e lo scribacchino
  • Author: Mario Vargas Llosa Angelo Morino
  • ISBN: 9788496200647
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
  • un universo leggero e affollato, fondato meno sul dramma che sull ironia, che ruota intorno a due straordinari personaggi da una parte Pedro Camacho, prolifico autore di radiodrammi per Radio Central a Lima, e dall altra Mario, giovane studente perdigiorno che coltiva una sua ambizione letteraria e che si innamora della zia divorziata, Julia appunto, con la quale finir un universo leggero e affollato, fondato meno sul dramma che sull ironia, che ruota intorno a due straordinari personaggi da una parte Pedro Camacho, prolifico autore di radiodrammi per Radio Central a Lima, e dall altra Mario, giovane studente perdigiorno che coltiva una sua ambizione letteraria e che si innamora della zia divorziata, Julia appunto, con la quale finir per convolare a nozze con grande scandalo dei familiari E mentre Pedro scivoler a poco a poco in una dolce e inconcludente follia, confondendo sempre pi gravemente le trame dei suoi sceneggiati e condannandosi infine al silenzio, Mario diventer invece uno scrittore di successo, che quando incontrer di nuovo il suo antico modello , potr vedere nell oblio di lui una sorta di prefigurazione del suo futuro, o forse del destino di tutti gli uomini.

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    1. Jibran

      He was in the prime of his life, his fifties, and his distinguishing traits - a broad forehead, an aquiline nose, a penetrating gaze, the very soul of rectitude and goodness.Genius and insanity may or may not have a close concordat but stories of this kind never fail to fascinate me; and even more when they are subjected to satire, as Llosa does with great effect in this case. Pedro Camacho – the man behind the metrically balanced name is an unbalanced maverick of singular mind to whom the onl [...]

    2. Yulia

      I consider my experience with this book a love affair gone horribly wrong. Once again I'm harshly reminded of the dangers of praising a book before I've finished it. What began as an amazing wonder promising to be a masterpiece, hitting a still patch towards the half-way mark and quickening its pace towards the end, died an awful death in Chapter 20, a hateful, misogynistic, self-absorbed, malicious end that made me regret all the time I'd spent with Llosa, all the times I'd raved about him, all [...]

    3. StevenGodin

      Mario Vargas Llosa is one of few Nobel winning writers I have wanted to read for ages, but I have to admit, he wasn't near the top of the list, until I came across this novel (which I knew nothing about), But for whatever reason it just appealed to me, it called my name, tempting me in, so I took the Peruvian plunge. Having never read a book set there before I didn't know what to expect, but my literary trip to Lima worked out pretty well in the end. I thought (or i'd hoped) his style may have b [...]

    4. Agnieszka

      If you should happen to read it-just ignore me. Ignore all I’ve written about. It’s not a real review. In fact, this is not review at all.It’s been some years I read Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter for the first time. It was at hospital, after my surgery, waiting for Oh, I didn’t know what I was waiting for. Anyway, I was lying in bed like some miserable Lazarius, looking like shit and feeling the same, in a strange city, with no one to talk. Ok, it doesn’t matter. So, I was lying and [...]

    5. Aloha

      That is what Contrafactus is all about. In everyday thought, we are constantly manufacturing mental variants on situations we face, ideas we have, or events that happen, and we let some features stay exactly the same while others "slip". What features do we let slip? What ones do we not even consider letting slip? What events are perceived on some deep intuitive level as being close relatives of ones which really happened? What do we think "almost" happened or "could have" happened, even though [...]

    6. Jan-Maat

      I read this after The Time Of The Hero and was relieved by the simpler narrative form with its clear alteration between the narrator, presumably loosely based on the author, who is pursuing a romantic relationship with his aunt and the radio soap opera story episodes written by the eponymous scriptwriter, who eventually crashes over into a nervous breakdown.The narrative paths progress on different trajectories with the scriptwriter's stories all start off featuring a man of his own age - at the [...]

    7. Fabian

      The modern novel is a conglomeration of different literary techniques and styles, true. But which ones to use? must be The preliminary question of every writer before he begins his novel. MVL has decided, in this one, to split himself in two: the separate entities living inside the man are Marito/”Varguitas”, the ingenue romantic, who experiences a rich life, full of romance, adventures and comical characters, and Pedro Camacho, the ugly dwarf only producing and producing serial dramas with [...]

    8. Whitaker

      It’s easy to write a review of a good novel. It’s also easy to write a review of bad one. But this… It has hutzpah, it has ambition, it almost gets there but not quite. This is novel of two lives, both at critical junctures, told in two vastly different formats. The first, semi-autobiographical, is the story of an aspiring young writer, Marito, and his courtship of his aunt by marriage. The second is the story of Pedro Camacho, an acclaimed radio scriptwriter, as he falls apart under the s [...]

    9. Roberto

      Vivere significava, per lui, scrivereDue storie che si intersecano a capitoli alterni come due voci in una fuga di Bach. Solo che una fuga di Bach è bella ma non fa ridere, questo romanzo invece è molto bello e strappa il sorriso spesso e volentieri.Vargas Llosa racconta la vita di un giovane scrittore, Mario/Marito/Varguitas (ci ho messo un po', tonto che sono, a capire che erano la stessa persona), che che si intreccia con gli iperbolici romanzi radiofonici dello scribacchino Pedro, lo scrit [...]

    10. Lisa (Harmonybites)

      I found myself underwhelmed by Borges and Marquez; their brand of "magical realism" turned out not to be my cuppa. I found myself much, much happier with Mario Vargas Llosa's Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter. The book's chapters alternate between young "Marito's" first person account of his love affair with his much older in-law Aunt Julia, and the third-person tales of "the scriptwriter" of a popular radio soap opera. I found both parts equally engaging. Given that "Marito" is a diminutive for M [...]

    11. Karl

      Where does one even begin (Beginnings, that point in time or space when things start) with this comic master-piece? Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa's fifth novel,a profusely auto-biographical and inventive piece on the art of writing.A novel, granted, that will undeniable be slightly drained the more you already know about it. Astute readers will cop on to this as soon as you get half way through chapter two when the blend of realities abruptly come into play. The novel is charged with telling [...]

    12. Samadrita

      I think I have come finally across a writer of Latin American origin who far surpasses Garcia Marquez's ability in terms of engaging a reader.Aunt Julia and The Scriptwriter is a delightfully quirky tale of an illicit romance and the slow descent into madness of a brilliant scriptwriter. The main narrative does not only focus on Marito(the narrator) and Aunt Julia's forbidden love. The events of their first meeting and whirlwind courtship alternate between the highly provocative novellas of Pedr [...]

    13. Frank

      The singly most promising and disappointing book I've ever read. Fraught with genius and absolute failure. The episodic serial scripts which comprise every other chapter are astounding in their creativity and execution. When Mr. Llosa tries to render a real(and semi-autobiographical) relationship with his Aunt Julia his skills crumble into sophomoric platitudes that reveal his inability to actually love a woman romantically (whether it be in his own life or as a writer.)There are so many laugh-o [...]

    14. pierlapoquimby

      Nel 2010 mi imbatto in un breve saggio di Vargas Llosa e resto colpito dall'amore che trasuda da quelle righe per la forma romanzo, l'appassionata arringa in sua difesa. Un autore che devo approfondire, mi riprometto. In ottobre Vargas Llosa vince il Nobel per la letteratura e mi decido. Compro La zia Julia e lo scribacchino. Questo romanzo. Mi lascio saturare dal piacere del racconto, un piacere che nasce dalla scorrevolezza della prosa, dalla strepitosa inventiva, dalla consapevolezza, in defi [...]

    15. K

      Although I eventually got impatient with the pace, there were many things I liked about this book. Our hero, Mario, a lustful 18-year-old, is smitten with Julia, his uncle’s divorced 32-year-old sister-in-law (consistently referred to as “Aunt Julia,” reminding us of their age difference and relationship and cleverly highlighting the absurdity of the situation). The two of them embark on an impossible romance. Meanwhile, Mario is also developing an intellectual fascination with Pedro Camac [...]

    16. LW

      Nel fiore dell'età, la cinquantina , fronte spaziosa , naso aquilino, sguardo penetrante, rettitudine e bontà nello spirito ( da Radio Central , calle Belén, Lima - ON AIR)Un romanzo variopinto, brioso e chiassoso come un festejo o una resbalosa creola,molto piacevole da leggere . Si intrecciano la rocambolesca storia d'amore del giovane Mario ( Marito/Varguitas) aspirante scrittore e la tía Julia ,divorziata trentaduenne e i romanzi radiofonici partoriti dalla pirotecnica fantasia dello scr [...]

    17. Galina

      Когато преди седем месеца толкова силно се впечатлих от "Панталеон и посетителките", че написах следното: Роман, който не бива да се коментира и преразказва. Самобитна, силна книга, която не мога да сравня с никое друго заглавие. В нея смехът нагарча, сериозното разсмива, а Ль [...]

    18. Rodrigo

      ¡Wow! ¿Qué puedo decir? Cada vez que leo algo de Vargas Llosa me pregunto qué falta para que lo declaren uno de los mejores de todos los tiempos. Es increíble cómo este señor produce maravillas con el lenguaje, pero dando la impresión de que es tan fácil escribir: llano, simple, sin rebuscamientos en la forma, pero impresionante, maravilloso, intenso y profundo en el fondo. Este libro nos da mil historias dentro de una sola. Ya la historia de amor de la tía Julia bastaba para mantenerm [...]

    19. Stephen

      a slow burner of a book but as soon got into it the humour the book moved along quickly and loved some of the characters mentioned though and some show the dark side of llosa

    20. Gauss74

      Mario Vargas Llosa parte da uno spunto autobiografico (la storia del suo primo matrimonio con una parente acquisita molto più grande di lui) per raccontare due grandi passioni del continente più passionale del mondo: l'amore e la letteratura. Infatti la storia è divisa in due parti distinte (a capitoli alternati) per evidenziare la natura doppia dell'argomento: da una parte si racconta dell'innamoramento del giovane Marito Varguitas per sua zia Julia, e della sua dura ma entusiastica lotta pe [...]

    21. Cecily

      This is set in 1950s Peru and concerns Mario (Varguitas), an 18 year old law student who writes news bulletins for a radio station, but wants to become a proper writer.The drivers of the plot are the two Bolivians of the title, both of whom Mario obsesses about in different ways: a workaholic writer of radio soaps, brought in to boost ratings, and Mario's divorced 32-year old aunt Julia. The chapters of the book alternate between the real story of Mario and episodes of Pedro Camacho's soaps, tho [...]

    22. Irena

      Lima (Peru)Bio je to čovjek prodornog čela, visokog nosa, orlovskog pogleda, oličenje dobrote i ispravnosti i prijatne spoljašnosti koja je odslikavala ljepotu njegovog duha. (str. 335)

    23. Anastasia

      Il romanzo si snoda in due linee narrative chiare. I capitoli dispari sono dedicati alla vicenda di Mario (per gli amici Varguitas, e sì, il cenno autobiografico è più chiaro del mio colorito in pieno Luglio), un “mezzo intellettuale” che lavora alla stazione radiofonica di Radio Panamericana mentre coltiva le carte per una carriera da scrittore professionale. Il fatto scottante non riguarda affatto la sua carriera, ma è proprio il rapporto che si verrà a creare con la zia Julia e tutte [...]

    24. Bruce

      Read in Spanish.I thoroughly enjoyed this novel (in English, the title is Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter). Vargas Llosa, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2010, used autobiographical material extensively in the narrative, but the reader’s awareness of that really does not matter.The novel’s main character and the story’s narrator is Mario, an eighteen-year-old who hopes to become a published author and who works at a radio station in Lima, Peru, writing news bulletins. One of the [...]

    25. Jim

      I am now convinced that there is something Shakespearean about Mario Vargas Llosa: He can be in a novel such as Conversation in the Cathedral be somber and deep, and in Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter be outright zany, ranging from Macbeth to Malvolio, and deftly too. Both books were written about the Odria dictatorship in the 1950s, but what a world of difference!In Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, we have a young man -- only eighteen years of age -- by the name of Mario Vargas (without the Llo [...]

    26. David

      My first novel read by Vargas Llosa and loved it. He recently won the Nobel Prize in Literature and whom I heard interviewed by Elenor Wachtel (CBC Podcast) and just by this book alone I can see why he won.This is one of his earlier works and his writing style is lucid, visual and an ease to read (in translation). The story follows an 18-year old writer named Varaguitas working for a Peruvian radio programme editing the news in the late 1950s. Whike studying law and to make some extra cash, the [...]

    27. Sarah Anne

      So I finally get to start my 2017 Latin American Magical Realism challenge and I picked up this one first only to learn that it's not Magical Realism. Oh well, at least it was fun :)This book alternates chapters between Mario and Julia's love story and the stories told by a scriptwriter for radio serials. The love story is very sweet instead of steamy, which I appreciated. To clarify, his "Aunt" Julia was actually his uncle's wife's sister, which we in the U.S. at least would not even call an au [...]

    28. Grazia

      "Dove vita e opera di un autore si coniugano in un solo, totalizzante volersi scrivere"Colorato. Frizzante. Una samba. Il romanzo si sviluppa attraverso un bizzarro e inconsueto triangolo: Zia Giulia <-- Mario/Varguitas --> Lo scribacchinoMario aspirante scrittore, si invaghisce di una donna più vecchia di lui che risulta pure essere sua zia. E questa storia la leggiamo nei capitoli dispari.Pedro Camacho (lo scribacchino) scrive telenovelas per l'emittente televisiva in cui è impiegato l [...]

    29. Fernando

      La próxima vez que yo saliera a las ocho de la mañana con el cuento de ir a la Biblioteca Nacional a leerme los discursos del general Manuel Apolinario Odría y volviera a las ocho de la noche con los ojos colorados, apestando a cerveza, y seguramente con manchas de rouge en el pañuelo, ella me rasguñaría o me rompería un plato en la cabeza.

    30. Jorge

      Hacía tiempo que no leía una novela que me fascinara tanto La tía Julia y el escribidor es una de esas novelas que despiertan las ganas de escibir, tanto por su protagonista, un jovencito que desea ser escritor (alter ego del mismo Vargas Llosa) y se enamora de una tía política aún joven (treinta y pocos), como por el escribidor, Pedro Camacho, un guionista de radioteatros con una creatividad increíble para los melodramas truculentos.Creo que perdí un poco de objetividad, ya que la novel [...]

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