La enfermedad



Ernesto Durn Knows Hes Ill His Obsession Goes Beyond Mere Hypochondria, And He Is Certain That There Is Only One Doctor That Can Save Him This Man, Doctor Andrs Miranda, Is Meanwhile Trying To Come To Terms With An Irrefutable Diagnosis That Shows His Father Has Cancer And Has Only Weeks Left Of His Life An Exceptional Book Written In An Unusual Tone That Combines Profound And Swift Storytelling, Appealing To Both A Readers Emotions And Intelligence Tyszka Offers Us A Version Of Existence That Addresses All Of Its Pleasures, But Also Its Fragility.La enfermedad

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  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • La enfermedad
  • Alberto Barrera Tyszka
  • Spanish
  • 20 March 2017
  • 8433971409

10 thoughts on “La enfermedad

  1. says:

    Barrera Tyszka tiene una forma de escribir absolutamente particular Escribe, en cierta forma, dibujando, evocando Como si leerlo fuera un ejercicio constante de alusi n, de rememoraci n Y cuando ese forma de escribir se junta con un tema tan fatal e ineludible como la enfermedad y la muerte, el resultado...

  2. says:

    The Sickness is a novel about a doctor, his father, the doctor s secretary and one obsessed hypochondriac But mostly it is about sickness The novel concerns a perfectly healthy man convinced he is gravely ill and a very sick man who doesn t know he has terminal cancer because his own son and doctor cannot bring himself to break the news.Dr Miranda is a believer in telling the truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth He has always advocated a no nonsense approach towards the patients and h The Sickness is a novel about a doctor, his father, the doctor s secretary and one obsessed hypochondriac But mostly it is about sickness The novel concerns a perfectly healthy man convinced he is gravely ill and a very sick man who doesn t know he has terminal cancer because his own son and doctor cannot bring himself to break the news.Dr Miranda is a believer in telling the truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth He has always advocated a no nonsense approach towards the patients and has never had any difficulties until now, when the patient is his father and he has to tell him he only has a few weeks to live.Meanwhile in the background, another patient of his, Ernesto Dur n, is convinced he is dying and resorts to stalking his doctor who ignores him and his pleas Dr Miranda s secretary using her boss s absent mindedness passes herself off as her boss and engages in email correspondence with Dur n It soon metamorphoses itself from an...

  3. says:

    Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa Tears are very unliterary they have no form This is possibly the most dog eared book I ve ever had Folding down corners is my method for marking significant to me passages, but it clearly wasn t working with this fiction novel because I was marking every page I d never read this Venezuelan author before, but I hope to findof his work translated into English.Delicate prose, deep moral questions, and a stunning pace are what kept me ho Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa Tears are very unliterary they have no form This is possibly the most dog eared book I ve ever had Folding down corners is my method for marking significant to me passages, but it clearly wasn t working with this fiction novel because I was marking every page I d never read this Venezuelan author before, but I hope to findof his work translated into English.Delicate prose, deep moral questions, and a stunning pace are what kept me ...

  4. says:

    Lo termin en la playa Conmovedora la relaci n de Andr s Miranda con su padre El contraste de lo que entendemos por enfermedad con la historia de Ernesto Dur n result interesante y al mismo tiempo enigm tico.

  5. says:

    Venezuela, land 61 op mijn leesreis om de wereldHet thema van eerlijkheid en pijn komt goed over Ik voel mee met Andr s, die weet dat de tijd dringt.

  6. says:

    This was really excellent might ve had a 5 star rating from me, if not for the frequent and unnecessary clumsy literary references.

  7. says:

    La salud es un ideal inm vil La m s perversa de todas las utop as.Quiz s no represente una idea nueva ni la mejor novela del mundo, pero La enfermedad, de que es buena, es buena Toc algo en m , as que mi comentario es bastante emocional.Con la enfermedad se representan un mont n de cosas la muerte, la soledad, el amor, el vac o Andr s Miranda es m dico y sabe que su pap tiene c ncer Se est muriendo, est en estado 4 S lo queda esperar lo peor y recordar la vida que su viejo le pudo...

  8. says:

    Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been thinking about how I might speak about it What is it about What point does it make How did I experience it Each time I do so, I answer those questions differently, which is, in and of itself, very fascinating to me.So, starting with the obvious, it is a novel about sickness, real and fatal or perceived and just as crippling.It is also a novel about obsession, that of others for us, and that of ourselves turned inwardly.It is about grief, a Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been thinking...

  9. says:

    I didn t like the omniscient narration I didn t like the use of the present tense I didn t like the frequent quoting of other writer s material by the omniscient narrator, in what seemed to be a plucking of bricks from the fourth wall I also didn t find the book that inspired or inspiring However, this latter may be because I read about health and healthcare 5 days a week, and I recognize that others may well find the book both of these things Plus, I did like itas it progressed, and I didn t like the omniscient narration I didn t like the use of the present tense I didn t like the frequent quoting of other writer s material by the omniscient narrator, in what seemed to be a plucking of bricks from the fourth wall I also didn t find the book that inspired or inspiring However, this latter may be because I read about health and healthcare 5 days a week, and I recognize that others may well find the book both of these things Plus, I did like itas it progressed, and I did f...

  10. says:

    Trata de un hijo que tiene que enfrentar la enfermedad de su padre, quien padece de Cancer, lo acompa a y anima para tratar de hacerle m s agradable sus padecimientos Lei este libro del escritor Venezolano Alberto Barrera ...

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