By Virginia Woolf
Una de las obras más autobiográficas de Virginia Woolf.
Al faro es una de las obras cumbre de l. a. literatura del siglo XX. Basada en los angeles propia infancia de l. a. autora, los angeles novela cuenta l. a. historia de los angeles familia Ramsay en l. a. isla escocesa de Skye en el período de entreguerras. El rumor del mar, l. a. presencia insomne del faro, l. a. guerra, l. a. muerte, el erotismo o el transcurso del tiempo se entreveran en los angeles larga conversación de l. a. novela formando un oleaje de símbolos, palabras e imágenes.
«Una de las inteligencias e imaginaciones más delicadas que ahora ensayan felices experimentos con l. a. novela inglesa.»
Jorge Luis Borges
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The names Phrygius and Graccus clarify Donne’s attitude toward their positions. Donne derived his two names from an attack on Roman “effeminacy” in Juvenal’s Satire 2. 33 “Why wait any longer,” Juvenal exclaims, “when it were time in Phrygian fashion [Phrygio more] to lop off the superﬂuous ﬂesh? Gracchus . . is now arraying himself in the ﬂounces and trailing habits and veil of a bride” (ll. 115–117, 124–125; trans. modiﬁed). ” Donne was clearly struck, however, by the contrast between the Phrygians’ self-emasculation through the removal of what is essential, the far from “superﬂuous ﬂesh,” and Gracchus’s self-emasculation through the addition of what is unnecessary, elaborate female ﬁnery.
Desperate coward”), he rejects one common though disputed way of conceiving the ethical mean. 7). Distinguishing between a medium per abnegationem and a medium per participationem, many medieval and early modern commentators argued that the mean as expounded in the Nicomachean Ethics was to be identiﬁed in some way with 38 CHAPTER ONE the latter as well as with the former. 60 Lacking the Aristotelian commentators’ ambitions to both logical rigor and ﬁdelity to Aristotle but possessing a strong sense of life’s opposing demands, Renaissance writers often treated the ethical mean as both a proper tempered combination and an avoidance of opposite extremes.
Is now arraying himself in the ﬂounces and trailing habits and veil of a bride” (ll. 115–117, 124–125; trans. modiﬁed). ” Donne was clearly struck, however, by the contrast between the Phrygians’ self-emasculation through the removal of what is essential, the far from “superﬂuous ﬂesh,” and Gracchus’s self-emasculation through the addition of what is unnecessary, elaborate female ﬁnery. This contrast begins to explain why Donne gives Juvenalian names to religious extremists ﬁgured in terms of sexual deﬁciency and excess.
Al faro by Virginia Woolf