By Juan José Millás
«No hay estadísticas fiables sobre el número de adulterios que se cometen en el mundo cada hora, cada minuto, cada segundo, pero son tantos que casi estamos a punto de afirmar que l. a. base del matrimonio es el adulterio. Más aún: l. a. base sobre l. a. que se sostiene l. a. realidad es el adulterio.»
Juan José Millás
Este libro es una tremenda historia de poligamia: los angeles de un escritor con catorce ilustradores. El adulterio está en todas partes. Como cube el propio Juan José Millás «hay adúlteros de tarde y de mañana y de noche y de madrugada, de fin de semana y de día laborable. Los sitios en los que se consuma los angeles infidelidad son de lo más variado también, desde los apartamentos con olor a cebolla a hoteles de tercera, pasando por sótanos, automóviles, cuartuchos de fotocopiadoras o palacios.»
El arte del engaño y los angeles infidelidad se despliega en estos cuentos, llenos de ironía y de imágenes cotidianas y surrealistas, en los que tienen voz los amantes, los esposos, los mentirosos y los engañados. El trabajo gráfico va como anillo al dedo a estas historias de amor, sexo y otras perversiones.
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Between ragged smoking edges of yellow-grey appeared a streak of blue. " A A The rent in the sky widened. shower of rain spattered over the city, blown aslant on the fresh wind, and suddenly the raindrops glittered, as at night in torchlight; but this glory they reflected was the glory of the Sun. To westward it stood, all alone in heaven, blinding. Ganil stood with the others, face lifted. On his face, on the scar of his burn, he felt the heat of the Sun. He stared at it till his eyes swam with tears, the Circle of Fire, the face of God.
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From guards and fellowprisoners (all his shop was in jail with him except the Shopmaster Lee) he learned that his crime was that of knowing Mede Fairman. Mede stood accused of heresy. He had been seen out on the fields pointing an instrument at the Sun, a device, they said, for measuring distances. He had been trying to measure the distance fourteen generations ago, it. between the earth and God. The prentices were soon let go. On the third day guards came for Ganil, bringing him out into one of the enclosed courts of the College, into the soft, fine rain of early spring.
Infieles y adulterados (Ilustrados) by Juan José Millás