Publicada por aclamación pública en Argentina, El anatomista de Federico Andahazi lleva a los lectores a Venecia en el siglo XVI. Pues este es. And only now Federico Andahazi dares to reveal the major mystery. Como en Las Piadosas, El Anatomista (que fue antes) es una novela con descripciones. anatomista [la historia del descubrimiento que pudo revolucionar el amor]. User Review – Not Available – Book Verdict. Mateo Colon, an anatomist of the.
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His is a crime of disclosure, heinous and heretical in the Church’s eyes, in A lyrically written, sensual, and extraordinarily enjoyable novel in which a Renaissance anatomist’s astonishing discovery forever changes the female erotic universe. And it mostly pulls them all off, albeit breezily at times. Mostly historical accurate book.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you fedwrico to read. His books are the subject of many reviews and studies. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Such d I’m certainly thankful I wasn’t alive during the renaissance. That is to say, six ducats more expensive than the legendary Lenna Grifa.
Even Sigmund Freud might be jealous. During his adolescence, he began to read the classical Argentine and universal authors. Proper stimulation is required to release women’s souls and cure all that ails them. This is a skillfully told tale; I’m surprised it doesn’t have a wider audience. I’ve had this book in my house almost four years and I’ve only just gotten around to reading it. Put modern day sensibilities away wh After reading some of the reviews, I say “don’t shoot the messenger”.
The way to be a good woman is either to be a virgin or to cut it off, so we see this saintly anaromista cutting off her own, then her daughters’ and setting up some cult where she circumcises all the women joining. With a prose that does not forget the novelist, the author conducted this first volume in an exhaustive investigation that starts from the original cultures and reaches the May Revolution.
There were several scenes federicl this book that will offend, titillate, and make you either laugh or want to throw up.
Bola de fuego empantanada: Like his namesake Christopher Colombus, he has made a discovery of enormous significance for humankind. The mixture of citations of primary sources like Christine di Pisan and Aristotle with scholarship from twentieth century historians was a nice touch, especially when the fictional scholars were thrown in too.
El final es espectacular: Anatomisya, of course no federicoo over the several millennia leading up to Colombo’s “discover” would have ever figured this out for herself.
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Although I don’t know whether it’s ever referred to as that. The linkage of clitoral stimulation to witchcraft seemed plausible to me as a 16th century viewpoint, and in any event was quite funny. Just as America wasn’t “discovered” until Colombus – the Vikings never got there, and hey, the Native Americans actually living there wouldn’t have figured it out either.
Apr 08, Jeremy Hornik rated it liked it Shelves: Definitely not something modern day anatomists or doctors should emulate, believe nor regress into. The writing is luscious in its descriptiveness. I somehow just got lost in the philos Something to ponder about for philosophers or theologians, however antiquated.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Because that’s all women are, apparently: It’s not a long read, so I have finished it in a day. If you like your historical romances from the Italian Renaissance with a positive portrayal of the difficulties which women faced andshazi, without the whoremongering and the religioncheck out The Blind Contessa’s New Machine. Women do not particularly benefit from the discovery.
Some people are burned at the stake. The writer dances around the subject a lot, alluding to it by various euphemisms. I don’t naatomista this was written with the purpose of creating an unpleasant reading experience, and in fact is probably trying to say something clever about sex and women.
And so it is with The Anatomist — a tale of the grand anatomic discovery. Let the orgasms begin! I laughed, but I’m not a generally morally upright type of person.
Lo novedoso es el tema y la forma en que el autor nos lo presenta. The discovery of the clitoris can’t come out, suggesting that women have a female penis, could be equal to men etc etc.
His is a crime of disclosure, heinous and heretical in the Church’s eyes, in that his research threatens to subvert the whole secular order of Renaissance anagomista. Fair enough, people thought like that back then, but characters are presented to give you no other argument or to suggest that it might be wrong.
It is in part a love story, in part an exploration of sexual repression and religious intolerance of science, in part a comic look at how men have historically been mystified by the female body and, for that matter, by women.
I also didn’t like this comment from the intro: A good attempt at fictionalising the attitudes of the Renaissance and prior.