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    E–book (El caso Neruda) As a fan of Pablo Neruda I was uite eager to read this book but I was very disappointed when I did A Nobel prize winning key Chilean revolutionary and friend of Chilean President Salvador Allende who died during a CIA backed coup led by the criminal General Augusto Pinochet Gabriel García Máruez once called Neruda the greatest poet of the 20th century in any language and Harold Bloom cited Neruda among 26 writers central to the

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  • Paperback
  • 336
  • El caso Neruda
  • Roberto Ampuero
  • Spanish
  • 14 January 2020
  • 9789584511898

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review El caso Neruda 103 Chile el poeta espera impaciente en medio de un ambiente tenso por el inminente golpe militar contra el Gobierno Una novela en la ue se conjugan la intriga la poesía las pasiones amorosas y el fin de una erawwwelcasonerudac. The Neruda Case is a great book is a mystery that stars the famous poet and one of my very favorite poets personally Pablo Neruda I love his poetry so much my husband and I actually had one of his poems read at our wedding as one of the readings so I was very excited to get a fictional glimpse of what the man was actually like Mysteries are not my usual fare but I really enjoyed this one Through Cayetano taking on Pablo Neruda s case we get to learn about Pablo Neruda and the politics of 1970s Chile which was a very tumultuous but fascinating time in the country I really liked how Ampuero was able to weave all of these elements together in order to create a story that will appeal to so many different readersThe book also has a fantastic setting Throughout the book Cayetano travels in order to solve Neruda s case I m not sure if I ve mentioned it before but back in college I had a focus in Latin American politics so that area of the world is absolutely fascinating to me I loved seeing Chile Mexico and Cuba through the eyes of the characters I thought you got a very good sense of what was going on in each country This book definitely makes for good armchair traveling

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review El caso Neruda 103 A profunda ue lo atormenta cuando percibe el final de su existencia En el invierno de 1973 conoce al cubano Cayetano Brulé a uien involucra en una investigación ue cambiará la vida de éste para siempre Mientras tanto en. The problem for Latin American language authors is that people have a tendency to compare to some pretty heavy hitters like Garcia Maruez Vargas Llosa or Luis Borges That is patently unfair of course but people will carry with them these expectations into the bookSo the beginning of The Neruda Case was somewhat unpromising Not very dramatic somewhat pedestrian and actually kind of slow In the middle of the beginning paragraph I started to wonder whether it was the translation that was problem or whether it was Ampuero that was the problemAs I got further into the book the narrative was good enough to hold my interest without making the reading seem like a chore the writing got better and the story became far interesting Of particular interest were the narratives which was written in Neruda s own voice Ampuero pulled off the feat of writing in two distinct styles Although the majority of the narrative was written in the third person subjective voice and was less than engagingThe novel weaves itself around the life of Pablo Neruda towards the end of his life The entire narrative hangs itself on Neruda s female conuests but the end of Neruda s life is also wrapped around the 1973 coup in Chile which saw the legitimately elected president of Chile Salvador Allende be deposed by Agosto Pinochet and the Nixon White House That part of the narrative seemed to be interesting and Ampuero was seemingly eager to explore that line of narrative And he did for a time but he kept returning to the Neruda story because that was the mechanism by which he chose to tell his storyThe story got better the writing got better and my interest got piued as I worked my way through the story I doubt I would have kept going through the rough parts if it weren t for those narratives written in Neruda s voiceIn the end it was a decently satisfactory story with a fairly satisfactory ending My interest is piued enough to try some of Ampuero s other novelsIf this seems like a mild review that is because it is I am glad I read it but there was nothing exceptional about the story or the writing ಅಮ್ಮಾವ್ರ ಗಂಡ reading seem like a chore the writing got better and the story became far interesting Of particular interest were the narratives which was written in Neruda s own voice Ampuero pulled off the feat of writing in two distinct styles Although the majority of the narrative was written in the third person subjective voice and was less than engagingThe novel weaves itself around the life of Pablo Neruda towards the end of his life The entire narrative hangs itself on Neruda s female conuests but the end of Neruda s life is also wrapped around the 1973 coup in Chile which saw the legitimately elected president of Chile Salvador Allende be deposed by Agosto Pinochet and the Nixon White House That part of the narrative seemed to be interesting and Ampuero was seemingly eager to explore that line of narrative And he did for a time but he kept Potato Surprise A Brimstone Preuel returning to the Neruda story because that was the mechanism by which he chose to tell his storyThe story got better the writing got better and my interest got piued as I worked my way through the story I doubt I would have kept going through the Winning The Player rough parts if it weren t for those narratives written in Neruda s voiceIn the end it was a decently satisfactory story with a fairly satisfactory ending My interest is piued enough to try some of Ampuero s other novelsIf this seems like a mild Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 review that is because it is I am glad I A Year Down Yonder read it but there was nothing exceptional about the story or the writing

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review El caso Neruda 103 Un Pablo Neruda anciano y enfermo acaba de regresar a Chile después de dejar su cargo como embajador del gobierno de Salvador Allende en París De su vida –llena de éxitos– le ueda solo un misterio por desvelar Una dud. Chile The 1970s The beloved but flawed Allende government falls to the infamously repressive Pinochet government But just before this Pablo Neruda the Nobel Prize winning poet in residence tasks Cayetano Brul Cuban exile to find an early loverto see if the child she bears shortly after their Mexican love affair is indeed his own This 2012 translation of a work published in 2008 gives us an intimate if fictional portrait of Pablo Neruda Author Ampuero in an afterword to the novel speaks of his idolization of the artist in Santiago as a child which grew into a fascination with Neruda s life Ampuero wanted to show Neruda as he was a complicated man of great contradictions I favor a nuanced view of great artists and leaders Ian McEwan wrote of a fictional Nobel Prize winning scientist in Solar and managed the nuance mixed much ribaldry but did not base his work on just one man An interview with Ampuero in the online magazine The Daily Beast states that Neruda was in fact a serial monogamist just as he is depicted in the novel Neruda actually had and left three or four wives I think it is safe to assume that a man who can write movingly about love has experienced it in spades Great men often have great appetites Ampuero wanted to show the man as he was not just as he is imagined to beMy interest in this novel is the South American ness of it the point of view the seasons the food the language The literature and music spoken of in the book for whatever reason is generally what Europeans and North Americans were reading or listening to at the time Occasionally Ampuero speaks of bolero and carimba but as now when we read of detectives based in Europe or Africa oftentimes they are listening to something America or Europe has producedTowards the end of this novel my mind began to wander I wanted things to progress faster but I think Ampuero was intent on placing Neruda s life in its historical context Despite my impatience with the slow unfolding of the mystery I appreciated the fullness of the story by the end I read elsewhere that there are five books in the Detective Cayetano Brul series of which this is not the first Ampuero apparently now works out of the University of Iowa where he attended the Iowa Workshop