By Arthur C. Clarke
Una expedición a los confines del universo y a los del alma, en los angeles que pasado, presente y futuro se amalgaman en un continuo enigmático. ¿Qué esencia última nos rige? ¿Qué lugar ocupa el hombre en el complejo entramado del infinito? ¿Qué es el tiempo, l. a. vida, los angeles muerte? Una grandiosa novela de dimensiones épicas cuyo amplio abanico de interpretaciones ofrece una visión totalizadora. Arthur C.Clarke colaboró estrechamente con Stanley Kubrick en los angeles producción de l. a. célebre película homónima.
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26 Petrarch’s Humanism and the Care of the Self this distention of the mind – contrasted with the eternity and indivisibility of God – that is the source of the suffering that dominates the human condition: “Because your mercy is more than lives (Ps. 62:4), see how my life is a distention in several directions. ‘Your right hand upheld me’ (Ps. 8 In Petrarch’s vernacular poems, as these examples demonstrate, time emerges as the main cause of the poet’s experience of fragmentation, fluctuation, and nonbeing.
Nonetheless, while lamenting his inevitable exile, this written lamentation often becomes a meditative practice that allows the poet to return in his mind to his lost golden age, overcoming by that his exile and, in the process, abolishing the flux of time altogether. 17 In the beginning of canzone 125, we encounter the poet in a state of disintegration and despair: his previous poems failed to conquer the lady’s heart, and, full of anguish, he is unable to pour himself forth through his writing as he used to.
Quinones, The Renaissance Discovery of Time (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1972), 106–71; and Edoardo Taddeo, “Petrarca e il tempo,” Studi e problemi di critica testuale 27 (1983): 69–108. ” 23 24 Petrarch’s Humanism and the Care of the Self et del mio vaneggiar vergogna e` ’l frutto, e ’l pentersi, e ’l conoscer chiaramente che quanto piace al mondo e` breve sogno. You who hear in scattered rhymes the sound of those sighs with which I nourished my heart during my first youthful error, when I was in part another man from what I am now: for the varied style in which I weep and speak between vain hopes and vain sorrow, where there is anyone who understands love through experience, I hope to find pity, not only pardon.
2001: Una odisea espacial (Odisea espacial, Libro 1) by Arthur C. Clarke