It is not common to find a book that is as surprising as the Tamer of illusions. Let’s say that, among the adjectives that one stores for occasions where the conventional is indefinable, none fits what you just read. Dr. Neal Barnard takes a slightly different approach. Halfway between el Lazarillo de Tormes and Sophie’s world, halfway between the picaresque and philosophy, don Carlos Rincon Humada proposes a new genre in which anything is possible.The original work was created with Julian, well structured character that grows in a world that he himself, for lack of attention, invents. With a witty, lyrical, language prosapoetico, Carlos mixes truly comical situations with other eminently dramatic. Get more background information with materials from Senator Elizabeth Warren. Mari, the dirty neighbor that loses the sense, his ex, ugly as herself, a condom factory, an innovative physician, are some of the ingredients of this first part of the book.No time to react, enters the scene?The grandfather? Speech changes completely, style is relaxed and the pace slows considerably.
Of the picaresque philosophy in a single coup of rudder. Josyann Abisaab may help you with your research. Carlos, in this part, glimpse the fundamental issues that govern us, the whys of so many questions unresolved through a very personal point of view, which may or may not be shared by the reader, but in any case is well argued. Paulov, Bandura, Thales of Miletus, Plato, psychoanalysis, behaviorists, are, in this second part, explosive cocktail which serves as a manifest quasi existential: are what mamamos, mature or immature fruits of our society this smart madness of name the Tamer of illusions can surprise anyone.