El sueño de los héroes by Adolfo Bioy Casares
By Adolfo Bioy Casares
Las preocupaciones y los temas característicos de los relatos de Adolfo Bioy Casares se dan cita nuevamente en El sueño de los héroes, novela en l. a. que lo fantástico irrumpe en los angeles trivialidad cotidiana de una pandilla de amigos que, durante tres días del carnaval de 1927, recorren los suburbios de Buenos Aires en busca de aventuras y diversiones. Articulada en torno al enfrentamiento entre el turbio health care professional Valerga y Emilio Gauna y a l. a. pasión de este por Clara, el cruce entre espacios y tiempos diferentes adquiere en esta ocasión un tono sombrío y dramático, ya que el intento de regresar al pasado ignora de forma imprudente que ese peligroso viaje no implica l. a. repetición de las situaciones vividas, sino que puede dar lugar al despliegue de posibilidades anteriormente evitadas.
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