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ArtikelJorge Edwards Y La Muerte De Montaigne: Una Lectura De La Memoria Y Su Conjetura  
Oleh: Chandia, Miguel Angel González
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Fu jen studies: literature & linguistics no. 46 (2013), page 25-43.
Topik: memory; history; intellectual; Saint Bartholome's night; speculacion; religious war
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Isi artikelJorge Edward's most recent novel, La muerte de Montaigne (2011), is so replete with memories, facts and experiences that it enables the reader to enter into the process of history. It engages us in the infinite dialogue with the past that continually generates life a never-ending exchange that injects new vitality and vigor into the present. In other words, the novel does not merely recount Edwards's own past feelings, sensations and impressions but invites readers to learn from them as they experience them anew. Michael de Montaigne lived in the middle of the sixteenth century, a turbulent epoch when we consider the societal changes taking place. As the book jacket explains, the novel is set in 1588, "during the turbulent installation of Enrique III of Navarra to throne, with 'The night of Saint Bartholome,' and the Protestant-Catholic wars that stained Europe in blood, still in memory. Michel de Montaigne, already a distingushed philosopher, known in Paris, and a respectable married man, begins a mysterious relationship with the impassioned Marie Gournay, a young admirer of his work whom he adopts as a daughter. "Edwards's narrative walks us through history, discovering en-route facets of this extraordinary historical personage. The novel is written with acuity, capturing what is most fundamental in the life and works of this French intellectual. This article offers a critical of Edwards's novel, paying attention to his vision of history as portrayed through Montaigne-s eyes. It will examine Edwards's vision of memory and his conjectueres and speculations about the past, together with the type of narrators utilized in his novel.
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