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April 23, 2019

El Diablo De La Botella por Robert Louis Stevenson

Titulo del libro: El Diablo De La Botella

Autor: Robert Louis Stevenson

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What price would we be willing to pay to satisfy our desires? To many of his readers The Devil in the Bottle is a tale of the force of love, but perhaps it is wiser to see in it a subtle analysis of the logic of desire; Of how, once satisfied, desire can only persist if it finds a new object to crave. The devil of the bottle is also a financial account that anticipates the omnipresence of money in the world today and its ability to circulate uninterruptedly across geographical and moral boundaries, and a credit fable: its subject is a mortgage whose guarantee is nothing less than The soul of the protagonist. Without a doubt, the reader of the twenty-first century will have no place in the fable: it all begins with Keawe"s desire to own a beautiful house and with the timely offer of an unlimited source of funding. R. L. Stevenson was particularly fond of this account; We, with which it is falling, we consider it imperative. What price would we be willing to pay to satisfy our desires? The Devil in the Bottle is a tale of the force of love, but perhaps it is wiser to see in it a subtle analysis of the logic of desire; Of how, once satisfied, desire can only persist if it finds a new object to crave. The devil of the bottle is also a financial account that anticipates the omnipresence of money in the world today and its ability to circulate uninterruptedly across geographical and moral boundaries, and a credit fable: its subject is a guarantee whose guarantee is nothing less than The soul Of the protagonist. Without a doubt, the reader of the twenty-first century will have no place in the fable: it all begins with Keawe"s desire to own a beautiful house and with the timely offer of an unlimited source of funding. R. L. Stevenson was particularly fond of this account; We, with what it is falling, we consider it essential.