Los diarios de Emilio Renzi: Años de formación



Los diarios de Emilio Renzi: Años de formación When Young Ricardo Piglia Wrote The First Pages Of His Diaries, Which He Would Work On Until The Last Years Of His Life, Did He Have Any Inkling That They Would Become A Lesson In Literary Genius And The Culmination Of One Of The Greatest Works Of Argentine Literature Samanta Schweblin, Author Of Fever DreamA Giant Of Contemporary Latin American Literature, Argentine Novelist Ricardo Piglia S Secret Magnum Opus Was A Compilation Of Notebooks That He Composed Over Nearly Six Decades, In Which He Imagined Himself As His Literary Alter Ego, Emilio Renzi A World Weary Detective, Renzi Stars In Many Of His Creator S Works, Much Like Philip Roth S Nathan Zuckerman But The Renzi Of These Diaries Is Something Complex A Multilayered Reconstruction Of The Self That Is Teased Out Over Intricate, Illuminating PagesAs Piglia Renzi Develops As A Reader And Writer, Falls In Love, And Tussles With His Tyrannical Father, We Get Eye Opening Perspectives On Latin America S Tumultuous Twentieth Century Obsessed With Literary Giants From Borges And Cort Zar Both Of Whom He Knew , To Kafka And Camus The Diaries Comprise A Celebration Of Reading As A Vital, Existential Activity When Piglia Learned He Had A Fatal Illness In , He Raced To Complete His Mysterious Masterwork As Rumors About The Book Intensified Among His Many Fans First Released In Spanish As A Trilogy To Tremendous Applause, The Diaries Of Emilio Renzi Cements Piglia S Place In The Global Canon

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  1. says:

    When Kafka reads in Goethe s diary that he spent an entire day occupied with his concerns, he thinks that he, personally, has never done so little in a day In the future, someone will be able to read my reflection on the diary and then will see Kafka s reflection on the diary and also Goethe s reflection on a day in his life The Diaries of Emilio Renzi

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    Arranca bastante bien, pero 360 p ginas del ego hiperdesarrollado de un Piglia que ni siquiera hab a sacado su primer libro me terminaron cansando Esa cosa pedante, agrandada, machista, erudita Se la da de Don Juan, yo no entiendo c mo puede levantar tanto un tipo as Mucho name dropping tambi n Lo que me decepcion m s es que desde los 17 a os el tipo sab a que eventualmente estos diarios iban a ver la luz, en varios puntos lo plantea A nivel hist rico, es sorprendente la fortaleza del mer Arranca bastante bien, pero 360 p ginas del ego hiperdesarrollado de un Piglia que ni siquiera hab a sacado su primer libro me terminaron cansando Esa cosa pedante, agrandada, machista, erudita Se la da de Don Juan, yo no entiendo c mo puede levantar tanto un tipo as Mucho name dropping tambi n Lo que me decepcion m s es que desde los 17 a os el tipo sab a que eventualmente estos diarios iban a ver la luz, en varios puntos lo plantea A nivel hist rico, es sorprendente la fortaleza del mercado editorial argentino y latinoamericano de esos a os, encargarle a un pibe de 25 a os la direcci n de una colecci n de literatura policial, con traducciones, pr logos, etc sabiendo que se iban a vender cientos de miles de ejemplares Altri tempi

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    El primer tomo de los diarios de Piglia es una obra densa y dif cil por acumulaci n y tambi n por su forma Aunque sigue la ordenaci n cronol gica que se supone a las notas tomadas diariamente, de manera libre e improvisada seg n el propio autor, y aunque muchas de ellas son an cdotas biogr ficas o de la vida literaria del escritor, tambi n intercala relatos y se refiere a s mismo en tercera persona como Emilio Renzi, alter ego de Piglia, que re escribe e interviene en el texto desde el futuro El primer tomo de los diarios de Piglia es una obra densa y dif cil por acumulaci n y tambi n por su forma Aunque sigue la ordenaci n cronol gica que se supone a las notas tomadas diariamente, de manera libre e improvisada seg n el propio autor, y aunque muchas de ellas son an cdotas biogr ficas o de la vida literaria del escritor, tambi n intercala relatos y se refiere a s mismo en tercera persona como Emilio Renzi, alter ego de Piglia, que re escribe e interviene en el texto desde el futuro del narrador El libro est lleno de destellos de pensamiento y de anotaciones t cnicas de un estupendo lector casi m s que escritor en estos a os El libro merece lectura m s profundas o al azar por su riqueza y complejidad

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    Nunca li nada do Piglia e foi uma forma interessante come ar lendo esses di rios Por mais que ele tenha criado um personagem para escrever e isso j diz muito sobre a vis o dele de literatura essa compila o dos anos de forma o funciona como um caderno de exerc cios e observa o e como os livros est o entranhados nisso tudo quase como ler um rascunho e eu sou apaixonada por rascunhos Tamb m uma bela reflex o sobre a mem ria e lembrei bastante do bloco m gico de Freud Vou ter que rel Nunca li nada do Piglia e foi uma forma interessante come ar lendo esses di rios Por mais que ele tenha criado um personagem para escrever e isso j diz muito sobre a vis o dele de literatura essa compila o dos anos de forma o funciona como um caderno de exerc cios e observa o e como os livros est o entranhados nisso tudo quase como ler um rascunho e eu sou apaixonada por rascunhos Tamb m uma bela reflex o sobre a mem ria e lembrei bastante do bloco m gico de Freud Vou ter que reler a obra de fic o de Piglia para falar mais a respeito, mas tenho a sensa o que esses di rios e o pr prio Emilio Renzi s o o que fica marcado na superf cie em branco do jogo

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    Regarding the relationship between life in contrast, to look at life from literature allows you to perceive the chaos of experience, the lack of form and meaning, allowing you to endure life Regarding the relationship between life literature, you have to pay attention to where you put the positive sign to look at literature from life is to think of it as a closed and airless world in contrast, to look at life from literature allows you to perceive the chaos of experience, the lack of form and meaning, allowing you to endure life

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    Interesante conjunto de apuntes en torno a la g nesis y primeros y contumaces pasos de un escritor sus renuncias, obsesiones y juicios de valor Sus as y mudanzas ocupan tambi n un significativo lugar, as como la historia familiar, fen meno narrativo que pone al autor en la senda de la literatura Tambi n la pol tica argentina y la intelectualidad de izquierda en la que se inserta Renzi.Autores que orbitan el mundo de Renzi son Borges, Faulkner, Scott Fitzgerald, Macedonio Fern ndez o Eze Interesante conjunto de apuntes en torno a la g nesis y primeros y contumaces pasos de un escritor sus renuncias, obsesiones y juicios de valor Sus as y mudanzas ocupan tambi n un significativo lugar, as como la historia familiar, fen meno narrativo que pone al autor en la senda de la literatura Tambi n la pol tica argentina y la intelectualidad de izquierda en la que se inserta Renzi.Autores que orbitan el mundo de Renzi son Borges, Faulkner, Scott Fitzgerald, Macedonio Fern ndez o Ezequiel Mart nez Estrada

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    Ricardo Piglia was a giant of Latin American literarture, and one of its truest peers Indeed it won t be saying too much if I regard him as one of the greatest Latin American writers of the twentieth century, and especially one who avoided the jargon of myth and magical realism as in the works of Carpentier and Garcia Marquez instead his works embraced the metafictional elements and pop culture of contemporary American literature The three books that comprise The Diaries of Emilio Renzi are i Ricardo Piglia was a giant of Latin American literarture, and one of its truest peers Indeed it won t be saying too much if I regard him as one of the greatest Latin American writers of the twentieth century, and especially one who avoided the jargon of myth and magical realism as in the works of Carpentier and Garcia Marquez instead his works embraced the metafictional elements and pop culture of contemporary American literature The three books that comprise The Diaries of Emilio Renzi are indeed his masterwork In them he charts the literary life of his alter ego Emilio Renzi and the first volume comprises the literary life of the author starting out, albeit somewhat precariously, as one writing reviews and stories for several literary magazines it charts the years from 1957, when he started out as one wholly devoting his time to writing, until 1967, when he published his first book of stories that fetched an award at a Cuban literary fest and also when his grandfather s death was looming.In structure and composition I found a lot there to like about his diaries, and they especially remind me of The Journals of Andre Gide with its profound insight into literary thought and the process of writing itself.There were a few curious circumstances when I found the book to be eveninsinuating that at other times Especially there was a passage where he reflects on American film noir and charts out a classic scene from a noir classic from the 1940s Sorry, Wrong Number was the name of the movie, unmistakably, and it starred both Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster in the lead roles I am reading a book about American film noir Narrating a police interrogation as though it were a scene of jealousy in general it happens in reverse What were you doing last night Where were you Who is the other woman or other man Tell me, admit it .She devotes herself to a ferociously exclusive love and dedicates all of her energy to tying him down forever, but, of course, her efforts only serve to lose him.As night falls A woman, almost crippled and tied to her bed, isolated in a vast and empty house, makes a telephone call to the outside, trying to find her husband It is ten at night By chance she interrupts an anonymous conversation two men, two voices really, are planning a crime that will take place an hour later After many calls to different places, each timeanxious andfrightened, the woman comes to realize or imagines that the murder will be her own.Another interesting episode was when he dissects the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude which had just been released and which had become an instant bestseller And so I am reading Garc a M rquez, smelling the unmistakable aroma of coffee, the dull noise of the street behind and a cheerful feeling of happiness with time stopped before me, convinced of the goodness of my life these days.On some level, still undefinable for me, Garc a M rquez s novel reminds me of Borges in A Universal History of Infamy Here it is about the universal history of the world s marvels, an optimistic novel, maintaining the mythical and astonishing perspective and distance between the narrator and the heroes, which is also the case in Borges s book The protagonists are heroes, for happiness here and for disgrace in Borges s stories They have that in common, characters who are already given and act according to conventions that only the narrator knows For example, Garc a M rquez relates the everyday as though it were fantastical for example, the excursion to see the ice and relates the extraordinary as though it were trivial women fly without any problem.

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    Duszny dziennik dojrzewania g oduj cego pisarza, pisarza czytelnika i czytelnika, po kt rych chodzi muchaBdb.

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    Hay demasiadas cosas interesantes aqu.Una de ellas es saber c mo se fue modulando la voz narrativa de Piglia a partir de sus agudas reflexiones sobre la escritura y como resultado de eso intentar trazar un posible trayecto para un en ese momento joven autor que forcejea por quitarse algunos fantasmas de encima, como el borgeano, aunque no lo consigue del todo en sus primeros cuentos Hasta el de su definitiva conversi n en un narrador de tramas policiales Blanco nocturno, Plata quemada, El c Hay demasiadas cosas interesantes aqu.Una de ellas es saber c mo se fue modulando la voz narrativa de Piglia a partir de sus agudas reflexiones sobre la escritura y como resultado de eso intentar trazar un posible trayecto para un en ese momento joven autor que forcejea por quitarse algunos fantasmas de encima, como el borgeano, aunque no lo consigue del todo en sus primeros cuentos Hasta el de su definitiva conversi n en un narrador de tramas policiales Blanco nocturno, Plata quemada, El camino de Ida, aunque va siempre mucho m s all que deja atr s definitivamente el magma literario argentino de los a os 60, sus lecturas, sus inicios en la docencia, sus frecuentes aventuras amorosas, su cr nica falta de dinero que no le impide gastarse 22 mil pesos argentinos en un abrigo italiano, cu ntos d lares eran en 1967 , el personaje tan memorable del ladr n Cacho, su rotura con la familia, su visi n de lo social, que es lo que recoge en este diario tan rabiosamente personal e introspectivo.Demasiado cerebral para ser un buen escritor, dir a cualquier buen escritor italiano Sin embargo, construir una est tica narrativa que se ubicara en las ant podas de los grandes ejercicios novel sticos de su tiempo Carpentier, Onetti, Garc a M rquez, Donoso, Vargas Llosa a quien sin duda detesta , etc es lo menos que se le pedir a a quien ha sido un lector muy perspicaz Y es de lo que, en primera instancia, da fe este volumen de sus diarios

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    Est n en este diario los rasgos de los primeros libros de Piglia Respiraci n Artificial, La invasi n , est n, tambi n los estados neur ticos de la primera edad adulta Las mujeres, los amigos y la gran y freudiana Novela Familiar que es la base de casi todas sus novelas Sorprende c mo desde aquella poca de estos diarios 59 69 est n las ideas y manierismos del maestro, reconocibles, que atraviesan toda su obra como un esp ritu que uno busca en cada entrada y texto que componen este libro

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