Martin garzo donde no estas

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Born in Valladolid in 1948. Psychologist by profession, he considers himself an occasional man of letters, and not a professional writer. When he received the National Fiction Prize in 1994 for his novel ‘El lenguaje de las fuentes’, he already enjoyed prestige in professional circles thanks to his three previous novels, but also because of his literary criticism and his association with the magazine ‘Un ángel más’. However, Martín Garzo became a popular author in 1999, after winning the Nadal Prize for ‘Las historias de Marta y Fernando’. In 2004 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil for his work ‘Tres cuentos de hadas’.
29/03/2015 Tapa blanda Masterfully written novel. I find it very complicated for a man to give voice to a woman in a novel and for that voice to be credible. Gustavo Martín Garzo not only does that, but he embroiders it. A nostalgic, hard, magical, brilliantly written story.

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Gonzalo, un profesor de ciencias del instituto de un pueblo costero de Cantabria, se enamora perdidamente de Claudia, la nueva profesora de literatura francesa. Consciente de que ella no comparte sus sentimientos, pronto se convierte en su amigo y confidente, así como en el narrador de esta historia. Gonzalo ve cómo Claudia empieza a enamorarse de Eduardo Blanchard, un famoso pintor en crisis que ahora está retirado en la región. Los tres forman un triángulo imperfecto en el que se cuidan mutuamente manteniendo un difícil equilibrio. La joven profesora, que ha sufrido una trágica pérdida en su pasado, se siente fascinada por este anciano solitario y sus cuadros, llenos de seres heridos y lisiados.
Una novela melancólica sobre la dualidad entre el deseo y el mundo real, la muerte y los sentimientos ocultos, donde el paisaje cantábrico -con sus acantilados, rías, pájaros y bosques sombríos- se convierte en un personaje más.
«La novela toma la forma de un conjunto de relatos que hablan de la vida y el amor, de las necesidades y carencias, de la felicidad inalcanzable, de la culpa, del dolor, de las promesas incumplidas y de la muerte».  A. Rodríguez Fischer, Babelia, El País

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In his book The Renaissance in Italy, J.A. Symonds tells how at the end of the 15th century an astonishing news spread throughout Rome. Workmen found a sarcophagus from Roman antiquity, containing the body of a young woman of incredible beauty. Unknown balms had preserved her youth intact, and her cheeks and lips glowed, oblivious to the ravages of time. There were many who made the pilgrimage from every quarter of the city to behold the girl, whose honey-colored hair spilled over her shoulders, surpassing in beauty anything they could imagine or describe. And such was the commotion caused by the discovery that the Pope, fearful that this new cult of a pagan body could damage the prestige of the Church, had it buried taking advantage of the night…. Continue reading »
Fra Angelico’s painting cannot be understood far from the agitated world of the early Renaissance. A world in which art aspires to reflect the real world and in which painters begin not to be satisfied with the suggestive depiction of religious themes. And it is true that all his work revolves around those themes and is an expression of his sincere love for the truths of a religion in which he fervently believes and whose stories he never tires of hearing and telling, but it is no less true that he approaches that world in a new way, to celebrate, like other painters of the time, the beauty and gifts of life…. Continue reading «

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The presence of a ghost also embodies the unfulfilled, the author continues. Or, rather, «the disfigured life,» an expression Walter Benjamin used to describe Kafka’s characters. «We are all tenants of a disfigured life. There are deformities in ourselves, humps, badly welded broken limbs and unhealed wounds, representing what we have not come to live.»
Martín Garzo not only interweaves all the mysteries present in the novel, but also employs different narrative voices to address them in a fragmented and non-linear way, maintaining the tension of the story. Ana puts together the family puzzle with the pieces she manages to get from her aunt Joaquina, her grandmother and Fernanda, the family maid, as well as those she obtains by following her own intuition.