Available now at – Ediciones Cátedra, S.A., Madrid. – – Col. Letras Universales, 2ª edición. rústica p. páginas. Get this from a library! El atestado. [J M G Le Clézio; Susana Cantero]. Libros de Segunda Mano (posteriores a ) – Literatura – Narrativa – Clásicos: J. m. g. le clézio – el atestado – cátedra letras universales Compra, venta y .

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Piotrek Trzynastego rated it did not like it May 04, Trying to meet all your book preview and review needs. The “experimental” elements are absurdly tired and derivative. He is overwhelmed by small details of everyday life and he recreates a fictional war due to the lack of external stimuli. Adam fears the outside world and the people and things the I did not like this book and fell a sleep numerous times while trying to read it. Your rating has been recorded.

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Flap summary very misleading. But he is an intriguing figure, and not your usual confused young man though he is fairly confused. The Interrogation is an unstable novel; it constantly surprises.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Rachel Leah rated it did not like it May 06, There are interesting moments toward the end, when Le Clezio does some interesting things with form, recording a psychiatric evaluation and introducing mock ups of newspapers into the text. Refresh and try again. When he meditates, he becomes one with nature and dies feeling what it is like to decompose to distinct pockets of the self.


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It was hard for me to follow the events because there’s actually no plot roman-puzzle. Harry rated it did not like it May 23, To view it, click here. Adam tries to explain mysticism in a way that goes beyond the boundaries of analytical explanation which he fails.

Preview — El Atestado by J. On a very windy day, for instance. My only previous experience with Le Clezio was a rather gauzy commentary on the conquest of Mexico, a topic about which much has already been written, with great specificity. He raised artificial problems and is indecisive. View all 4 comments. One feels obliged to put everything forward in a erfect form.

Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. The Interrogation – India. Want to Read saving…. Interestingly, he does admit: Paperbackpages.

He obviously lives almost entirely in the present, ateestado not so much because he wants to overcome the past or any traumas from it it seems to have been harmless enough, on the wholebut because he wants to “live solely for one’s own body”. I did not like this book and fell a sleep numerous times while eo to read it. He is still able to tell stories, of sorts, but demonstrates again the shift into a sort of timeless and memoryless state he has managed to achieve.

RCuntz rated it did not like it Jan 02, DB rated it did not like it Dec 25, In an interview with students, it came out that Adam likes to be alone and left his parents home to squat in a house on the hill in order to commune with nature because he wants to feel superior to nature.


Characters are not likable.

After his public show — “haranguing the crowd in an incoherent manner”, as the newspaper describes it — Adam is again? Letras universales And for the most part he is drifting through life, so that: I know we’re all more arestado less literary, but it won’t do any longer. However, I find it completely inexplicable that the Interrogation once caused a literary sensation.

Tatao Burduli rated it did not like it Jan 20, I please note I haven’t used that word too often think we can count on them.

Julianabadescu rated it did not like it Apr 18, It’s better to keep the other things to oneself until one forgets them, until one comes to live solely for one’s own body, seldom moving one’s legs, huddled in a corner, more or less hunch-backed, more l less subject ell the crazy impulses of the species.

I told myself it’s not long, so I might as well finish it, but it just dragged and dragged over a hellish two weeks. Even though he raped her, Michele is the only connection he has to the outside world including gossip and money. The main character, Adam Pollo, does not know if he The Nobel for Le Clezio makes me atestqdo that the Swedish Academy must be like a legislative body — it produces odd compromises that are no one’s first choice.