Written in a fragmented style that echoes the character's increasingly fragile hold on reality, With My Dog-Eyes is intensely vivid, summoning up Amos's childhood and young adulthood when, like Richard Feynman, he used to bring his math books to brothels to study and his life at the university, with its 'meetings, asskissers, pointless rivalries, gratuitous resentments, jealous talk, meglomanias.'
Hilst, whose father was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, has created a lacerating, and yet oddly hopeful, portrayal of a descent into hell Amos never makes sense of the new way he sees things, but he does find an avenue of escape, retreating to his mother's house and, farther, towards the animal world. A deeply metaphysical, formally radical one-of-a-kind book from a great Brazilian writer.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2014|
|Número de Páginas||80|