Rosa montero marie curie

A ridiculous idea of never again seeing you, by rosa montero

Source locuradelectura. How different it would have been to read this book a month ago!!!! #Casuality? The pain and loss of a loved one turns you off, consumes you, hurts you, rips you out of that state in which you were walking through life until then and even makes you rethink your existence.
When last June 8, Rosa Montero signed La ridícula idea de no volver a verte, I didn’t even know what the story was about. I had read that it was a novel dedicated to the trajectory of Marie Curie, but what I didn’t know was that Rosa herself would include touches of her own life. Directly or indirectly, the author compares the loss of Pablo, her husband, with that of Pierre, Marie Curie’s husband. And I, unfortunately, know what both felt before the loss of a loved one.
The weakness of men, guilt, coincidence, the place of women in society, the dedication of women for men not only within marriage and doing what is politically correct is the common thread of the novel.

The ridiculous idea of not seeing you again

«It is a brave, generous book, a book of love for life, even though it is built from the perspective of an absence», explains actress María Luisa Borruel, who will premiere the theatrical version of the book on June 4 at the Figaro Theater in Madrid, directed by Eugenio Amaya.
Planned as the monologue of a widowed writer, with a workroom as stage space, Amaya comments that there were infinite possibilities for adapting the book and that he chose to rescue the essentials in a performance that lasts a little less than an hour and a half.
«Rosa Montero,» he says, «loved the version and, in fact, came to a preview we did in Alburquerque. In fact, she only gave me two indications, which referred to changing the name of her former partner and the substitution of a childhood photo of the deceased that is projected during the performance».
Eugenio Amaya emphasizes that the theatrical adaptation has generally maintained the structure of the book and the dramaturgy has been limited to highlighting the fundamentals of these parallels between two women who are considering how to deal with the loss of their partners.

An interview with rosa montero

There is a type of book that is defined by its shocking beginning, and this could well be one of them: «Since I have not had children, the most important thing that has happened to me in my life is my dead». Ugh, almost nothing; but then, and to clear up any doubts about it: «this is not a book about death», and this is one of the obsessions of
. In fact, he always says that perhaps of all the characters he has created, Bruna Husky (the protagonist of Tears in the Rain and The Weight of the Heart) is the one that most resembles him: an android who, like all her kind, is born with a pre-set date of death, which makes her develop an obsessive panic towards it.

#viernesdecultura fc: rosa montero

I recently got my hands on the wonderful book ‘La ridícula idea de no volver a verte’, by Rosa Montero. It tells the life of Marie Curie (Warsaw, November 7, 1867- Passy, July 4, 1934), interspersed with that of the writer.
Two Nobel PrizesThis scientist developed the theory of radioactivity, was the first professor at the Sorbonne, won two Nobel Prizes – Physics and Chemistry – and discovered two chemical elements (polonium and radium).
Wife, mother and scientistMarie knew, like many women, that love is not enough; that more is needed to be a fully realized person and not because she had daughters or a husband was she going to put aside her work. She became a superwoman carrying the burden of her home and an important research she wanted to accomplish.
A woman with great determinationFrom Rosa Montero’s book I am left with the determination with which Marie wanted to achieve her professional goals. Because that was the route she had marked out and that was the goal she was going to achieve. No matter how long it took her or the difficult criticisms she would have to endure, she had discovered radium and polonium and always knew that her brain was worth gold.