Vargas Llosa ‘turns’ Isabel Preysler into ‘Madame Bovary’: the writer’s poisoned metaphor

Seeing is believing. Isabella Preysler Y Mario Vargas Llosa They look like two teenagers after their breakup. The queen of hearts announced this Wednesday, exclusively, the end of the relationship of almost eight years and now it has been the Nobel Prize for Literature who has starred in a very significant video, which is especially curious at this moment in his life.

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Your son Alvaro has been in charge of publishing a video on social networks this Friday in which his father appears reading a classic of literature: “Reading aloud the first edition of Madame Bovary (1857) to bid farewell to the year”.

In this work, published by the Frenchman Gustave Flaubert in the 19th century, a woman is represented frivolous woman who is married to an austere and boring man. The woman, Emma, feel dissatisfied next to Charles, so decides to look for other loves to fill that void and help him to find himself vitally. Is the Peruvian intellectual relating the history of Madame Bovary with his own love (and heartbreak) story with the queen of hearts?). It is curious that she publishes the video just at this moment, in full media commotion due to her breakup with Tamara Falcó’s mother.

On the other hand, as his own environment has recalled these days, in 2021 he already published a story that would have autobiographical overtones. In The windsthe protagonist (narrated in the first person) regrets having left his wife for a love of “pichula”: “Every night, it seems incredible, since I committed the madness of abandoning my wife, I think of her and remorse assails me I think I only did one thing wrong in life: abandoning Carmencita for a woman who wasn’t worth it. Every night I think of her and I ask her forgiveness.”

It must be remembered that the novelist strengthened his relationship with the widow of Miguel Boyer in 2015, when he was still married to his second wife and the mother of his three children, Patricia. In this story, the author of The city and the Dogs He also wrote: “It was a crush on the pichula, not the heart. Of that pichula that no longer serves me for anything, except to pee,” added the Nobel Prize winner in his story, which now makes more sense than ever.

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In the middle of a media storm, both have made the decision to spend the end of the year outside our borders. Isabel is in Miami, where they live chabeli Y Enrique Iglesiaswhile the author has set course for an unknown destination. It has been photographed this Friday at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport. In her friend’s magazine, Preysler explained on Wednesday that the break was “final.” They assured that Isabel cut her losses after a scene of unfounded jealousy.

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Vargas Llosa ‘turns’ Isabel Preysler into ‘Madame Bovary’: the writer’s poisoned metaphor