prytaneum


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prytaneum

A public hall in ancient Greek states and cities where public officials received and entertained distinguished guests, honored citizens of high public merit, etc.
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Nunca he sido tan consciente de escribir con un proposito desenmascarador, denunciador de ese problema como en mi primera novela: Prytaneum. Esa novelita es en cierta forma una parabola sobre la Atenas sudamericana ...
Hestia's fire should be carried to the new site from an already founded prytaneum in order to establish a new residence.
Like Socrates at his trial, when after being found guilty suggests that he ought to be rewarded with free meals for life at the Prytaneum, the aim of this essay amounts to a defense of Derrida by an admission of guilt.
Desde esta perspectiva es posible vincular narradores y novelas de fines del siglo XX (Prytaneum y Una leccion de abismo de Ricardo Cano Gaviria, El Bulevar de los heroes y El Viaje Triunfal de Eduardo Garcia Aguilar).