Riña de gatos: Madrid 1936

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Eduardo Mendoza studied law in the first half of the 1960s and lived in New York between 1973 and 1982, working as interpreter for the United Nations.He maintained an intense relationship with novelists Juan Benet and Juan Garc a Hortelano, poet Pere Gimferrer and writer and neighbour F lix de Az a.In 1975 he published his very successful first novel, La verdad sobre el caso Savolta The Truth a

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  1. says:

    A novel about the political chaos in Spain in 1936 leading up to the Spanish Civil War An Englishman who is an art professor is hired to go to Spain to evaluate some paintings While he is told that the purpose of the valuation is for the owner to get money to flee the country, it may actually be to support Spain s radicals seeking to overthrow the government The story turns into a kind of spy thriller as the Englishman is followed by agents of the Spanish government and the British consulate as well as Russian spies And just like James Bond, when dead bodies start turning up in the streets, live bodies of three women turn up in his bed.The fictious art story serves as a foil for writing about real people who were involved in the chaotic events One of the women he gets involved with is really the lover of the leader of the Spanish communist party He even overhears secret planning by Franco s group at the art owner s house as the art owner plays both sides of the political fence One of the valuable paintings may be a missing painting by Velazquez, so we get a lot of information and analysis of paintings by Velazquez and Titian and even biographical info about Velazquez Along the way we read about a comparison of Spanish and British customs and culture and even how their paintings differ For example, Spanish art reflected the Catholicism of the Counter Reformation a revolt by the sensual southern Christians against the cerebral Christianity proposed by men of the no...

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    This was one of those novels that I really wanted to like and that I should have enjoyed tremendously, yet, I struggled with it Hear me out I have a thing a bit of an obsession with everything and anything Spanish and or Latin American I love Madrid and I am terribly fond of museums, have spent quite a few hours in the Prado museum and am familiar with Diego Velasquez s works All these elements were present and had centre stage in this novel.I should have been very fond of our main hero, Englishman Anthony Whitefields, a thirty something art historian, specialised in Spanish paintings He has a great fondness of Spain, especially of Madrid and is absolutely obsessed with Velasquez s paintings He finds himself inadvertently immersed in the pre revolutionary Spain, where he encounters different echelons of the Spanish society, from old money noblemen to new fascists and dirt poor women, who have to prostitute themselves for survival Through all these adventures, Anthony Whitefields is a hapless observer, whose main and only focus is to bring to England a newly discovered Velasquez painting This novel is a comedy of errors and absurd of sorts, at times satirical and where there s an intense sense of adventure and history happening Many aspects of the novel didn t quit...

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    Origem do exemplar Biblioteca L ngua da edi o lida Portugu s Tradu o Boa G nero Fic o, romance.Avalia o Med ocre Obs Mendoza merecia um pr mio por bater o recorde de bo alidades reunidas num livro.

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    Eduardo Mendoza es un autor que se conoce muy bien a s mismo y eso se nota Sabe muy bien c mo jugar sus cartas y cu les son sus caballos ganadores Este libro tiene un protagonista que sobresale, desde mi punto de vista, por encima de todo lo dem s Anthony Whitelands es ocurrente, eficaz y, a pesar de su nacionalidad, m s conocedor de Espa a que muchos de por ah Hace que la trama y todas las escenas se vuelvan m s cercanas y entretenidas Mendoza hace alarde de su buen uso del sarcasmo y el sentido del humor, sin duda marcas de la casa, y de una variedad l xica que sabe adaptarse camale nicamente a los personajes, a su educaci n y a su bagaje socio cultural Donde s me ha fallado la novela es en su tizne, para mi gusto, demasiado pol tico Yo no soy muy fan de las intrigas pol ticas y viendo como est el patio, ltimamente menos todav a , por eso cre que al ser el protagonista un experto en arte, todo lo correspondiente a la Guerra Civil ser a un escenario, pero llega un punto en el que e...

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    I bought this novel as a bit of a stab in the dark I found myself with nothing else to read on a rainy day in Sheffield Yes It does rain in Sheffield , and this was the only book that appealed from the rather meagre selection at W H Smith s on the Station.At first I thought I was encountering that occasional serendipity we all occasionally experience when we pick up a book by chance and it turns out to be excellent The first hundred pages or so were enthralling they even made me forget the rain , but then the book seemed to run out of steam, and stumble into a quagmire.Basically Anthony Whitelands is a widely renowned art expert, with a particular expertise in the works of Velasquez and his contemporaries He is asked to visit a noble house in Madrid to inspect a selection of paintings and offer a valuation It transpires that the owner, a Spanish aristocrat, is considering how he might manage to send portable wealth abroad with a view to getting his family out of Spain before the impending Civil War breaks out Whitelands is not impressed with the three paintings that he is shown Disappointed, the aristocrat shows him another work, which Whitelands is convinced is a Velasquez, though one for which there has been no mention in any of the his...

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    Por fin me reencuentro con Eduardo Mendoza Despu s de sus ltimas decepcionantes publicaciones, Mendoza vuelve por donde sol a, con una obra en la linea de la Ciudad de los Prodigios, con la que disfrut hace 19 a os.Ambientada en el Madrid de la segunda rep blica, con la excusa de Vel zquez de fondo, la novela nos traslada a un ambiente que desgraciadamente conocemos bien Pero Mendoza lo aborda con humor, con las excentricidades propias de sus personajes y de las situaciones creadas Alguna de ellas nos ponen en la butaca de un teatro, con escenas hilarantes Maneja con soltura personajes reales y de ficci n Si alg n pero he de ponerle es que, gracias a conocer profundamente Barcelona nos mete de hoz y coz en la ciudad de principios del siglo XX, mientras que podr a haberle sacado m s partido al Madrid republicano que nos presenta.En resumen, un libro que me ha hecho pasar muy buenos momentos, con u...

  7. says:

    Set in Madrid in 1936, just before the Spanish Civil War, the story follows the exploits of young art expert Anthony, who having travelled to Spain to appraise an art collection finds himself increasingly caught up in the intrigues of various factions vying for power.This was an excellent read, which perfectly captures the atmosphere of violence and fear in Spain at that time, as it spiralled towar...

  8. says:

    A joy of a book What a masterful writer who conveys the complex politics in a comedy of manners.Aristocrats, spies and Velasquez makes quite a cocktail with the sex thrown in But under the clever comedy you learn about the run up to the war with a view from the Nationalist side that we sel...

  9. says:

    La historia es buena pero ha habido momentos en que me he aburrido un poco por tanta pol tica como hay Entiendo que por la poca hab a que meterla pero casi ha quedado como tema principal Me han gustado los toques de humor de Mendoza, apellidos de algunos personaje...

  10. says:

    Madrid, 1936 A capital espanhola vive momentos agitados A Falange, liderada por Jos Ant nio Primo de Rivera, amea a fazer rebentar uma revolu o a qualquer momento Os confrontos nas ruas da cidade s o constantes, as mortes entre as hostes falangistas s o di rias neste clima conturbado que surge o personagem principal, Anthony Whitelands Whitelands um especialista em arte espanhola, com um fasc nio em particular pela obra de Vel zquez Nas suas viagens a Madrid, uma visita sala dedicada ao pintor no Museu do Prado praticamente um ritual Desta vez, o ingl s vem cumprir uma miss o que lhe foi incumbida por Pedro Teacher, um marchant de arte autenticar e avaliar um quadro O seu propriet rio um simpatizante falangista que v naquela tela uma forma de obter fundos para, como mais tarde Whitelands vem a perceber, financiar a revolu o E por arrasto chegam as e trai es, tramas de espi es e espiados, num emaranhado de confus es onde ningu m pode confiar em ningu m e onde ningu m parece ser o que diz.Eduardo Mendoza , para mim uma estreia E que feliz estreia Confesso que a Guerra Civil Espanhola n o um per odo hist ri...

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