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La vida contada por un sapiens a un neandertal

por Juan José Millás

El ingenio de Millás y la sabiduría de Arsuaga unidos para contar la vida como la mejor de las historias.
«Una maravilla. Un libro lleno de humor y de bondad. Sí, bondad. Un libro que busca entender el misterio de la vida.»
Manuel Vilas
«-Tú y yo podríamos asociarnos para hablar de la vida; levantaríamos un gran relato sobre la existencia. ¿Lo hacemos? -dijo el escritor.
-Lo hacemos -contestó el paleontólogo.»
Hace años que el interés por entender la vida, sus orígenes y su evolución resuena en la cabeza de Juan José Millás, de manera que se dispuso a conocer, junto a uno de los mayores especialistas de este país en la materia, Juan Luis Arsuaga, por qué somos como somos y qué nos ha llevado hasta donde estamos. La sabiduría del paleontólogo se combina en este libro con el ingenio y la mirada personal y sorprendente que tiene el escritor sobre la realidad. Porque Millás es un neandertal (o eso dice), y Arsuaga, a sus ojos, un sapiens.
Así, a lo largo de muchos meses, los dos visitaron distintos lugares, muchos de ellos escenarios comunes de nuestra vida cotidiana, y otros, emplazamientos únicos donde todavía se pueden ver los vestigios de lo que fuimos, del lugar del que venimos. En esas salidas, que al lector pueden recordarle a las de don Quijote y Sancho, el sapiens trató de enseñar al neandertal cómo pensar como un sapiens y, sobre todo, que la prehistoria no es cosa del pasado: las huellas de la humanidad a través de los milenios se pueden encontrar en cualquier lugar, desde una cueva o un paisaje hasta un parque infantil o una tienda de peluches. Es la vida lo que late en este libro. La mejor de las historias.
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«La fiesta de la inteligencia.»
David Broncano
«Un libro fantástico de dos personajes fascinantes. La mirada brillante del escritor Juan José Millás y la sabiduría de Juan Luis Arsuaga.»
Antonio García Ferreras, La Sexta
«Un diálogo socrático entre homínidos curiosos, [...] un libro en el que se mezcla la divulgación científica con la literatura costumbrista y de viajes. La sapiencia, la chispeante manera de explicar las cosas y la gran cultura transversal del maestro encajan a la perfección con el ingenio y la curiosidad de Millás, que, como ya conocen sus lectores, adopta una mirada deliberadamente ingenua y entrañable sobre lo que le rodea.»
Fernando Díaz de Quijano, El Cultural
«Un portento de originalidad que mezcla ciencia, divulgación e imaginación con toneladas de ironía para entender de dónde venimos, quiénes somos y a dónde vamos. Han inventado un género para el que no tienen nombre.»
Miguel Lorenci, La Verdad
«Una extraña pareja, una suerte de Walter Matthau y Jack Lemmon a la española. Dos mentes inquietas que se han unido para escribir [...], cuestionar y traer al lenguaje del común de los mortales planteamientos y reflexiones.»
Pilar Martín, EFE
«Un fascinante viaje por la existencia humana, donde el humor pilota la nave.»
César Suárez, Telva
«Se une la erudición brutal de Arsuaga a la capacidad interpretativa y narrativa de Millás.»
Andreu Buenafuente
«Una obra que se engulle rápido en una primera lectura, pero requiere tiempo para su posterior digestión y más aún para un aprovechamiento completo de todos los nutrientes intelectuales que contiene.»
Marta Maldonado, La Razón
«Uno de esos libros que rompen la atonía del mercado editorial. [...] Ambos recorren juntos el sinuoso camino de la búsqueda de lo que somos: [...] un diálogo entre ciencia y literatura revelador del potencial de ambas vías de conocimiento.»
Andrés Montes, La Nueva España
«Un libro especial. Distinto. Hasta los autores reconocen haber alumbrado un nuevo género. Este "experimento" entre lo literario y la divulgación científica constituye una magnífica oportunidad para acercarnos a un mundo ya perdido. ¿O quizá no?»
El Cultural ("100 libros para brindar")
«Una obra deliciosa, una obra culta que provoca más curiosidad a medida que avanzas en su lectura porque no sabes qué te van a contar en las siguientes páginas. Y además te ríes.»
Salomón Hachuel, Hoy por Hoy Sevilla (Cadena SER)
«Juan Luis Arsuaga ha contado ese arranque prodigioso de la vida humana con toda la fuerza de las grandes crónicas de viajes y descubrimientos, con su talento doble de narrador y de científico.»
Antonio Muñoz Molina

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El mundo: Premio Planeta 2007

por Juan José Millás

Hay libros que forman parte de un plan y libros que, al modo del automóvil que se salta un semáforo, se cruzan violentamente en tu existencia. Éste es de los que se saltan el semáforo. Me habían encargado un reportaje sobre mí mismo, de modo que comencé a seguirme para estudiar mis hábitos. En ésas, un día me dije: «Mi padre tenía un taller de aparatos de electromedicina.» Entonces se me apareció el taller, conmigo y con mi padre dentro. Él estaba probando un bisturí eléctrico sobre un filete de vaca. De súbito, me dijo: «Fíjate, Juanjo, cauteriza la herida en el momento mismo de producirla.» Comprendí que la escritura, como el bisturí de mi padre, cicatrizaba las heridas en el instante de abrirlas e intuí por qué era escritor. No fui capaz de hacer el reportaje: acababa de ser arrollado por una novela.

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From the Shadows

por Juan José Millás

Publishers Weekly “Top 10 Book of the Year” selection“Begins as entertaining slapstick, subtly metamorphoses into fable. . . . As [the narrator’s] vivid imaginary world fuses with reality this deceptively ethereal novel advances toward a dark and startling finale.” —Wall Street Journal
Laid off from his job, Damián Lobo obsessively imagines himself as a celebrity being interviewed on TV. After committing an act of petty theft at an antiques market, he finds himself trapped inside a wardrobe and delivered to the seemingly idyllic home of a husband, wife, and their internet-addicted teenage daughter. There, he sneaks from the shadows to serve as an invisible butler, becoming deeply and disastrously involved with his unknowing host family. Every thread of the plot is ingeniously tied together, creating a potent admixture of parable, love story, and thriller. Millás masterfully reveals the everyday as innately surreal as he renders the unbelievable tangible and the trivial fantastical, and full of dark humor.
Juan José Millás is the recipient of Spain’s most prestigious literary prizes: the Premio Nadal, Premio Planeta, and Premio Nacional de Narrativa. A regular contributor to El País, Millás has also won many awards for his journalism. He is the author of several short story collections and works of nonfiction as well as over a dozen novels, including From the Shadows, the first of his novels to be published in North America. He lives in Madrid.

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True Lies: Narrative Self-consciousness in the Contemporary Spanish Novel

por Samuel Amago

True Lies is a comprehensive study of the evolving functions of narrative self-consciousness in contemporary Spain. While the foundational studies of metafiction - by Alter, Scholes, Hutcheon, Waugh, Spires, and others - have illustrated how self-conscious writing serves to blur the distinction between reality and fiction in order to draw attention to the dynamic processes of literary representation, True Lies takes into account a fundamental issue overlooked by earlier treatments of the genre: namely, the importance of consciousness itself to this type of fiction. In the contemporary Spanish cultural context, novelists have increasingly explored the role of narrative in the construction and understanding of the self. This book shows how recent novels by Rosa Montero, Nuria Amat, Javier Cercas, Juan Jose Millas, Javier Marias, and Carlos Caneque use metafiction in order to question the relationship between reality and make-believe; to scrutinize the dynamic nature of personal identity; to problematize the historiographical enterprise; to evaluate critically the processes of canon formation; and to parody themselves and the poetics of self-consciousness. University of Notre Dame.

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Space and the Postmodern Fantastic in Contemporary Literature: The Architectural Void

por Patricia Garcia

Arising from the philosophical conviction that our sense of space plays a direct role in our apprehension and construction of reality (both factual and fictional), this book investigates how conceptions of postmodern space have transformed the history of the impossible in literature. Deeply influenced by the work of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar, there has been an unprecedented rise in the number of fantastic texts in which the impossible is bound to space — space not as scene of action but as impossible element performing a fantastic transgression within the storyworld. This book conceptualizes and contextualizes this postmodern, fantastic use of space that disrupts the reader’s comfortable notion of space as objective reality in favor of the concept of space as socially mediated, constructed, and conventional. In an illustration of the transnational nature of this phenomenon, García analyzes a varied corpus of the Fantastic in the past four decades from different cultures and languages, merging literary analysis with classical questions of space related to the fields of philosophy, urban studies, and anthropology. Texts include authors such as Julio Cortázar (Argentina), John Barth (USA), J.G. Ballard (UK), Jacques Sternberg (Belgium), Fernando Iwasaki (Perú), Juan José Millás (Spain,) and Éric Faye (France). This book contributes to Literary Theory and Comparative Literature in the areas of the Fantastic, narratology, and Geocriticism and informs the continuing interdisciplinary debate on how human beings make sense of space.

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Madrid Tales

por Helen Constantine

The buzzing life of bars, warm evenings by the Manzanares river, the subterranean terrors of the Metro, icy winters and hot, empty summers, student days in the sixties, the ruthless underworld of the city's mafia - this captivating anthology reflects the character of Madrid and the lives of the madrilenos, as its inhabitants are called, in all their splendid variety. Some stories are bizarre, some funny, some serious, and as you read you'll travel through the city. The famous streets and monuments of Madrid - Cibeles, Calle de Alcalá, Plaza Mayor, and the Royal Palace - as well as the poor, working-class barrios unfrequented by sightseers will pass before your eyes like a moving picture. Some stories, like the Galdós story and Carmen Martín Gaite's 'A clear conscience' depict a journey across Madrid, while in Javier Marías' sinister tale, 'Fallen from fortune', a couple are unaware that their guide to all the usual tourist highlights is leading them to their death. In 'Through the wall' and 'Personality disorders', the characters barely leave their apartments, and the city lurks outside the windows. A rich assortment of characters - adolescent boys obsessed with sex; maids up from the country; provincial girls who slide into prostitution; a small boy excited at the prospect of going downtown with his grandfather; vain, self-absorbed thirty-somethings with too much money; immigrant families far from home; mafia types; diligent office-workers struggling to bring up a family - come alive in the tales. Few of these stories have previously been translated into English. Some names, such as Benito Pérez Galdós, Javier Marías, Juan José Millás, and Carmen Martín Gaite, will be more familiar than others but all deserve to be better known. There is a map at the back of the book to indicate the places mentioned in the stories and photographs complement and accompany each story. The reader will also find there biographical notes on the authors and suggestions for further reading.

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Space and the Postmodern Fantastic in Contemporary Literature: The Architectural Void

por Patricia Garcia

Arising from the philosophical conviction that our sense of space plays a direct role in our apprehension and construction of reality (both factual and fictional), this book investigates how conceptions of postmodern space have transformed the history of the impossible in literature. Deeply influenced by the work of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar, there has been an unprecedented rise in the number of fantastic texts in which the impossible is bound to space — space not as scene of action but as impossible element performing a fantastic transgression within the storyworld. This book conceptualizes and contextualizes this postmodern, fantastic use of space that disrupts the reader’s comfortable notion of space as objective reality in favor of the concept of space as socially mediated, constructed, and conventional. In an illustration of the transnational nature of this phenomenon, García analyzes a varied corpus of the Fantastic in the past four decades from different cultures and languages, merging literary analysis with classical questions of space related to the fields of philosophy, urban studies, and anthropology. Texts include authors such as Julio Cortázar (Argentina), John Barth (USA), J.G. Ballard (UK), Jacques Sternberg (Belgium), Fernando Iwasaki (Perú), Juan José Millás (Spain,) and Éric Faye (France). This book contributes to Literary Theory and Comparative Literature in the areas of the Fantastic, narratology, and Geocriticism and informs the continuing interdisciplinary debate on how human beings make sense of space.

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Madrid Tales

por Helen Constantine

The buzzing life of bars, warm evenings by the Manzanares river, the subterranean terrors of the Metro, icy winters and hot, empty summers, student days in the sixties, the ruthless underworld of the city's mafia - this captivating anthology reflects the character of Madrid and the lives of the madrilenos, as its inhabitants are called, in all their splendid variety. Some stories are bizarre, some funny, some serious, and as you read you'll travel through the city. The famous streets and monuments of Madrid - Cibeles, Calle de Alcalá, Plaza Mayor, and the Royal Palace - as well as the poor, working-class barrios unfrequented by sightseers will pass before your eyes like a moving picture. Some stories, like the Galdós story and Carmen Martín Gaite's 'A clear conscience' depict a journey across Madrid, while in Javier Marías' sinister tale, 'Fallen from fortune', a couple are unaware that their guide to all the usual tourist highlights is leading them to their death. In 'Through the wall' and 'Personality disorders', the characters barely leave their apartments, and the city lurks outside the windows. A rich assortment of characters - adolescent boys obsessed with sex; maids up from the country; provincial girls who slide into prostitution; a small boy excited at the prospect of going downtown with his grandfather; vain, self-absorbed thirty-somethings with too much money; immigrant families far from home; mafia types; diligent office-workers struggling to bring up a family - come alive in the tales. Few of these stories have previously been translated into English. Some names, such as Benito Pérez Galdós, Javier Marías, Juan José Millás, and Carmen Martín Gaite, will be more familiar than others but all deserve to be better known. There is a map at the back of the book to indicate the places mentioned in the stories and photographs complement and accompany each story. The reader will also find there biographical notes on the authors and suggestions for further reading.

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Das Thema der Symmetrie bei Juan José Millás

por Karin Alperth

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2001 im Fachbereich Romanistik - Spanische Sprache, Literatur, Landeskunde, Note: 1,7, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn (Romanisches Seminar), Veranstaltung: Hauptseminar: Spanische und portugiesische Literatur der 90er Jahre, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Juan José Millás zählt mit seinen Romanen und aktuellen Stellungnahmen in Presseartikeln zu den bedeutendsten spanischen Autoren der 90er Jahre. Seine Werke beinhalten sowohl Reflexionen politischer und sozialer Hintergründe in Spanien, als auch autobiographische Elemente seiner eigenen Lebenserfahrung. Charakteristisch für diese Schriften sind die „obsesiones constantes del autor“, Schlüsselbegriffe, die konstant sein Schreiben begleiten und immer wieder in der einen oder anderen Form auftreten. Für das Verständnis der Erzählungen und Romane sind sie von entscheidender Bedeutung, demnach nicht zu unterbewerten. Zu dieser Gruppe von Elementen gehört der Begriff der Symmetrie, Hauptgegenstand dieser Arbeit, die aufzeigen soll in welchem Maße Millás mit diesem Thema arbeitet und welche Bedeutung es für sein Schreiben hat. Anhand ausgewählter Stücke soll dieses Merkmal millasinischen Arbeitens vorgestellt und eingehend erläutert werden.

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Fantasiewelten bei Juan José Millás und Carmen Martín Gaite: Eine komparatistische Untersuchung der Werke "El orden alfabético" und "Caperucita en Manhattan"

por Ida Blick

Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Romanistik - Spanische Sprache, Literatur, Landeskunde, Note: 1,3, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Institut für Romanistik/Literaturwissenschaft), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Dass das Phänomen „Fantasiewelten" ein unerschöpfliches Sujet ist, hat sich nicht nur im englischsprachigen Raum durch John J.R Tolkien oder Joane K. Rowling, sondern auch durch spanischsprachige Autoren wie Carmen Martín Gaite und Juan José Millás gezeigt. Aus diesem Grund wird in vorliegender Arbeit ein Vergleich zweier Werke der beiden Schriftsteller durchgeführt. Aufgrund ihrer Gemeinsamkeiten werden Caperucita en Manhattan und El orden alfabético hier als Primärliteratur verwendet. Vor der Analyse von Millás' und Martín Gaites Büchern werden fantastische Elemente zunächst im Allgemeinen in einem Theorie-Teil erläutert. Dabei wird eine Einführung nach Todorov gegeben und Merkmale in der Erzählebene, die Bedeutung von Wirklichkeit und Realität, aber auch Raum, Zeit und die Motivik veranschaulicht. Anschließend erfolgt eine Abgrenzung der Fantastik von Märchen, Magischem Realismus und Fantasy. Danach wird das Neofantastische vorgestellt. Erst dann können die Werke El orden alfabético und Caperucita en Manhatten analysiert und miteinander verglichen werden. Dabei wird nach einer Inhaltszusammenfassung versucht, zu beantworten, welche literarischen Merkmale sich in den beiden Werken finden lassen. Danach werden jeweils Motive, Symbole und Charakteristika herausgearbeitet. Mit der Annahme, dass beide Protagonisten mitunter in einer Parallelwelt leben, ist im Anschluss zu fragen, welche Rolle die Fantasie spielt und inwieweit Traum und Realität in den Werken verschwimmen. Ein wesentlicher Punkt ist auch die Bedeutung von der Fantasmatik der Sprache bzw. Buchstaben. Bei der anschließenden komparatistischen Untersuchung stellen sich außerdem die Fragen: Welche inhaltlichen Gemeinsamkeiten gibt es? Lassen sich formale oder technische Übereinstimmungen finden? Haben die jeweiligen Protagonisten ähnliche Charaktere? Im Anschluss wird diskutiert, inwieweit sich beide Werke literaturwissenschaftlich einordnen lassen und ob sie eindeutig der Fantastik zuzuordnen sind. Nach einer Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse der Arbeit wird zudem letztlich die Frage aufgeworfen, welche Bedeutung Millás' und Martín Gaites Schaffen für die Gegenwartsliteratur in Spanien hat.

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