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Author: Alfredo Bryce Echenique
ISBN: 8401380456
Language: Spanish
Pages: 314 pages
Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
Publisher: Plaza & Janes Editories Sa; PRIMERA EDICION edition (June 1, 1985)
Rating: 4.8
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Martin Romaña, protagonista de este relato, asegura que Octavia de Cadiz lo adoro y que la mejor prueba de ello fue el lamentable estado en que lo dejo ya de por vida, al casarse por primera vez y queriendose tanto.

Martin Romaña, protagonista de este relato, asegura que Octavia de Cadiz lo adoro y que la mejor prueba de ello fue el lamentable estado en que lo dejo ya de por vida, al casarse por primera vez y queriendose tanto. Ella habia oido hablar a su hermana de el, un profesor peruano en las universidad de Nanterre, tan taciturno como loco, y sintio el deseo enorme de romper con todo e irse a estudiar a esa universidad solo para conocerlo.

by. Bryce Echenique, Alfredo, 1939-.

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Further adventures and misadventures of the hero, Martin Romana, and his unusual romance with Octavia de Cadiz are unfurled
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Synthesis: Martin Romana, after losing his beloved wife Ines, stays in Europe and falls madly in love with the young contessina Octavia. Of course, this affair is not to be, and the second book of the diptic "Cuaderno de Navegacion en un Sillon Voltaire" show us his vicissitudes as he roams through the universities of Europe and meets picturesque people.
For those who know Bryce and are used to his pathos -sometimes exceedingly sentimental, almost touching on cheesy, as the American slang has it- this book would not be a surprise. The same topics explored before in "Vida Exagerada de Martin Romana" and "Tantas Veces Pedro" are found in here: the feelings of uprootedness of a young Latin-American aspiring novelist lost in the cold cities of Europe; the sometimes acrid sense of humour; the attempts to imitate the proverbial British good taste only to look ridiculous in the end because a man like Romana can never be a James Bond; and, above all, the overwhelming power of unbridled feeling focused on the permanent presence of the idealized love object, be that Sophie or Octavia de Cadiz.
Even though the writer's emotion sometimes imposes limits on his style, Bryce's flaws are often compensated by his tenderness and naivete, by his shameless way to love, by his stubborn optimism towards humankind.
Not a book for the many, less gifted than "Vida Exagerada", less passionate than "Tantas Veces Pedro", it is, however, a book unique in a world where personal emotions have become so devaluated that shame takes precedence over the simple idiocy of just falling in love.
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This the sequel to "la vida exagerada de Martin Romana", and follows the same line as its predecesor. Whereas the former relates the story of Martin since his arrival in Paris and his life with his wife Ines during the late 60's, this ones relates to his post marital life as a latin american professor in France and his imposible romance to teenager Octavia, who comes from a rich european family. Really inspiring, and as all of Bryce novels, a masterpiece.