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Publicada por aclamación pública en Argentina, El anatomista de Federico Andahazi lleva a los lectores a Venecia en el siglo XVI. Pues este es. And only now Federico Andahazi dares to reveal the major mystery. Como en Las Piadosas, El Anatomista (que fue antes) es una novela con descripciones. anatomista [la historia del descubrimiento que pudo revolucionar el amor]. User Review – Not Available – Book Verdict. Mateo Colon, an anatomist of the.

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It’s not a long read, so I have finished it in a day.

View all 9 comments. I’m certainly thankful I wasn’t alive during the renaissance. This is a skillfully told tale; I’m surprised it doesn’t have a wider audience. Sly, witty and a bit dark are the first characteristics to list of this anatomlsta set during the Inquisition. Just as America wasn’t “discovered” until Colombus – the Vikings never got there, and hey, the Native Americans actually living there wouldn’t have figured it out either. There’s the horrible sequence when Colombo goes to cure the dying Pope.

View all 3 comments. The women in this book are presented as whores well, that’s the profession of most of them and they are simply described in terms of their bodies, in particular their breasts.

A good attempt at fictionalising the attitudes of the Renaissance and prior. The “discovery” of the clitoris was as amazing and life-changing for the western world as Colombus finding America!!


This novel is nicely done–deserving of more credit than many reviewers here have given it. This isn’t my idea of sensual. Definitely not something modern day anatomists or doctors should emulate, believe nor regress into.

And if you poke them, they’ll love you. Se deja leer, tiene un comienzo demasiado pretencioso, casi innecesario. Bola de fuego empantanada: The author has obviously, very much so, written the book to expose the sexist, complicit attitude of the church and society regarding women firstly, and their sexuality, secondly.

One of the blurbs on the back cover of this claim that Andahazi’s book falls between The Alchemist and the Name of the Rose and Perfume.

El Anatomista Teacher’s Guide

The Anatomist by Federico Andahazi. The way to be a good woman is either to be a virgin or to cut it off, so we see this saintly woman cutting off her federic, then her daughters’ and setting up some cult where she circumcises all the women joining. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

The discovery of the clitoris can’t come out, suggesting that women have a female penis, could be equal to men etc etc. I somehow just got lost in the philosophy talk. His books are the subject of many reviews and studies.

To view it, click here. The Renaissance is on, but there’s still belief in witchcraft and demons, women are very much second class citizens and viewed as inferior to men.

El Anatomista by Federico Andahazi | : Books

Interesante de principio a fin. Then follows the line up of deluded witnesses who reckon they’ve seen him dancing with demons and what have you.


And only now Federico Andahazi dares to reveal the major mystery. But instead it feels like the book doesn’t really understand women, and is a bit patronising, us women merely play things for men, and now the men know about the magic button, wink wink. Refresh and try again. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Has desbloqueado una nueva forma de decir “pene”.

El Anatomista by Federico Andahazi – Teacher’s Guide – : Books

I was fascinated, creeped out and amused–quite the combination and quite the book. May 1 9 22 May 04, His work has the recognition of the critical all over the world. Whereas Colombus voyaged outward to explore the world and found the Americas, Fedrico Colombo looked inward, across the mons veneris, and uncovered the clitoris. After reading some of the reviews, I say “don’t shoot the messenger”.

And I just thought A lyrically written, sensual, and extraordinarily enjoyable novel in which a Renaissance anatomist’s astonishing discovery forever changes the female erotic universe. I don’t suppose this was written with the purpose of creating an unpleasant reading experience, and in fact is probably trying to say something clever about sex and women.