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El célebre escritor Aschenbach, agobiado por el trabajo, decide tomar unas vacaciones en busca de nuevas fuerzas. En su viaje llega a Venecia, en cuyo lujoso hotel Lido cae presa de la fascinación ante la belleza de un joven polaco de alrededor de cartoce años hospedados allí junto a su familia. Jamás se cruzan la palabra, pero el artista, atraído por el encanto del ...more
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Published August 28th 1998 by Bello, Andres (first published 1912)
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¿Quién no se ha sentido, al menos alguna vez, conmovido por la Belleza? Aschenbach tiene para mí el mismo perfil que Basil Hallward de El retrato de Dorian Gray: El artista torturado por la sensibilidad. No es de extrañarse que la historia se resuelva de una manera similar.

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