By Susan Sontag
El segundo de los tres volúmenes de los diarios de Susan Sontag arranca donde acaba Renacida: a mediados de los años sesenta. Estos diarios trazan y documentan l. a. evolución de los angeles autora de principiante en el mundo artístico e intelectual de Nueva York a influyente crítica mundialmente reconocida con l. a. publicación de Contra l. a. interpretación en 1966. l. a. conciencia uncida a los angeles carne sigue a Sontag durante los turbulentos años de los angeles década de los sesenta -sus viajes a Hanoi en el punto álgido de l. a. guerra de Vietnam y a Suecia para rodar largometrajes-, hasta los ochenta y el inicio de l. a. period Reagan. Este libro es un registro de incalculable valor de los mecanismos internos, emocionales, espirituales e intelectuales de una de las pensadoras más incisivas y analíticas del siglo XX en pleno apogeo de sus facultades, además de una ventana al despertar político y ethical del individuo.
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He shook her hand and sauntered out the door of the restaurant. ” Hollywood is full of such organisms! Probably an entire book could be written about this subject. A more digestible way of describing a parasite in human form is to detail the actions of these people. In 1954 I arrived in Hollywood bright eyed and bushy tailed, ready to start my film-acting career. I came with a friend from college who had the same ambitions. I had one connection with someone that might be of help in establishing me, an actor who had worked with both my brothers at the Jewish People’s Institute in Chicago.
Robert Christopher and I were talking about our exploits in show business. Robert, who just turned ninety and looks years younger, has acted in scores of films and was telling me about his role in The Barefoot Contessa, which he did many years ago. He also talked about Rome and acting in Europe, where he spent some time working in films. He always sits at the same table and is irritated if, when he arrives, other people are there. ” It consists of aging Italian actors who have worked in films over the years.
That, in a sense, told the whole story of his life. On the other side of the pool lived a guy around twenty-eight or thirty years old, who was married to an attractive want-to-be model or actress. Every time she left the apartment to go somewhere, he would come out, look at her departing and check to see if there was anyone sitting around the pool who could witness his good fortune to be with such a beautiful woman. Next to my apartment, in 112, was an older woman in her late fifties or early sixties, by the name of Hennie Mohr.
La conciencia uncida a la carne. Diarios de madurez 1964-1980 (Journals of Susan Sontag, Book 2) by Susan Sontag