Abaddón el Exterminador [Pdf kindle] by Ernesto Sabato

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Así en la cúspide de su grandeza esta vasta obra totalizadora culmina y comprende todo el arte sabatiano y la hondura de su indagación existencial Abaddón el exterminador fue galardonado en París como el mejor libro extranjero publicado en Francia en 19 The title of this book is deceiving in my opinion It s also a hard book to catalogue My recommendation is to go only if you are a die hard fan of Sabato you want to know about his philosophy and you just finished reading sobre h roes y tumbas Otherwise skip Another approach that I did was to select what you wanted to read They whole story is fragmented anyway so you can actually get away with this

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Abaddón el Exterminador

Abaddón el Exterminador cierra la trilogía iniciada en El túnel y proseguida en Sobre héroes y tumbas Desarrollando en su más amplio registro la metáfora del «Informe sobre ciegos» esta insólita y profunda novela hace ingresar a Ernesto Sabato en el And they had a king over them which is the angel of the bottomless pit whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon Revelation 911Conditionally Angel of Darkness may be called Ernesto Sabato s autobiographical novel there he is just another partly fictional character interacting with the other fictional characters and standing against the legion of darknessI m not talking about the figure of the writer inside the fiction I m talking about the possibility of the extreme cases in which it s the author of the novel that s inside the novel as just another character the same sort of character as all the rest The author would be a man maddened somehow and living with his own doubles aspects of his own selfThe novel is an elaborate and profound contemplation on the nature of evil and its manifestation personification and undivided power over man through mass media politics religion occultisms and literature the great poets are always on the side of demons even if they may not know about it In the contemporary society evil takes the most unusual and twisted forms so we live among lunatics possessed by evilOur existence in the modern world is similar to a sinister carnival amongst the jesters dressed in motley there are some real monsters He who searches for the absolute will be lost in the maze of evil Demons will lead him astray

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ámbito mismo de la escritura y lo incorpora como personaje en una compleja construcción técnica cuyo juego de perspectivas remite a la vez a la realidad de un tiempo de apocalipsis y a las simas anímicas donde bucea el poder visionario del acto creador This is indeed a very experimental book I tend to like such books but I did not enjoy this one very much I have read two or three books by Sabato and they were uite interesting well written rich and worth reading But I completely failed to connect with this one In fact I am uitting it now having read one third of it Some few passages were somewhat interesting and promising but apparently lead to nowhere or at least I may have missed the point completely Sabato shifts too freuently among different scenarios some of them in which he is himself part of which is interesting but it becomes and difficult to become engaged with the book at least this is how I felt Maybe some day I will try it again


10 thoughts on “Abaddón el Exterminador

  1. says:

    First published in Argentina in 1974 The Angel of Darkness by Ernesto Sabato is probably the greatest overlooked novel of the twentieth century For example 39 reviews here on Goodreads compared to 22367 for One Hundred Years of Solitude and 17603 for The Old Man and the Sea I recall with fascination Allen Josephs' 1991 New York Times book

  2. says:

    “And they had a king over them which is the angel of the bottomless pit whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon” Revelation 911Conditionally Angel of Darkness may be called Ernesto Sabato’s autobiographical novel – there he is just another partly fictional character interacting with the other fictional characters and standing against the legion of darknessI'm not talking about the

  3. says:

    Sabato will remain my favourite writer I read this book when I was 20 or so I was so happy to rediscover it 20 years late

  4. says:

    A 5 stars rating doesn t do this book any justice Goodreads should implement an Excellency rating option

  5. says:

    This is indeed a very experimental book I tend to like such books but I did not enjoy this one very much I have read two or three books by Sabato and they were uite interesting well written rich and worth reading But I completely fai

  6. says:

    Friendship ended with Borges now Sabato is my new best friendBut really the best book I've ever read Nothing even comes close to this underrated masterpiece

  7. says:

    The title of this book is deceiving in my opinion It’s also a hard book to catalogue My recommendation is to go only if you are a

  8. says:

    Abaddon The Exterminator by Ernesto SábatoNot my styleFor some reason I do not get Ernesto SábatoI have tried with the Tunnel and failedNow it is Abaddon that eludes meI cannot concentrate and get the good feeling that I need to stay with a bookWhat is worrying is the fact that I recently had issues with another South

  9. says:

    This book is a hard read I bought it perhaps seven years ago and this was my third or fourth attempt Sabato is an intense writer he probes deep into the most painful recesses of melancholy unease and regret and this book is the culmination of that over it's also technically challenging a polyphony of loosely connected fragments However this

  10. says:

    A sort of seuel to On Heroes and Tombs and a literary experiment Eually dense in sorrow and deep in disuiet A diff