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This book uses the phrase “facies hermeticae” a few times and I’ve yet to figure out what it means in the given context. The top google results are quotations from the book, olatno anyone explain what Eco means by this? Douglas Roberts I’m pretty sure it’s klagno joke at the expense of the hermetic characters the publishers spend much of their time with, as when it’s first used it’s about …more I’m pretty sure it’s a joke at the expense of the hermetic characters the publishers spend much of their time with, as when it’s first used it’s about how they literally all have a certain look about them Lorenza says “professional sorcerers with faces exactly like professional sorcerers”, then describes them.
Klatbo quips “Facies hermetica”, and from then on it’s an in-joke.
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Does it have any story line or plot or characters? I read ‘Holy Blood Holy Grail’ sometime back and was a long read for me.
Will Foucault’s Pendulum be similar to it? Claudia Camberos It is a difficult read. I had to wait several years before I finally had the courage and knowledge to read it. It is an awesome tour de force.
I love …more It is a difficult read. It is a novel so yes i does have all the elements you mention.
Was wondering if anyone already made a list of them, visit those places, etc?? Just to get some usefil tips about it. Richard Heket As you asked this, no doubt, before Eco’s death in Februaryand have since been to France, and back again, my hope is that at least you went to …more As you asked this, no doubt, before Eco’s death in Februaryand have since been to France, and back again, my hope is that at least you went to Saint Martin des Champs to see the Pendulum.
And, the point is: What does it say about Justine de Glinka? This book starts by driving me crazy. The only thing pushing me going on reading it, was just because I don’t enjoy leaving things undone. Reading more and more, made me realize such huge things about this writer. Such a evil genius! Anyone know of a good, comprehensive summary of the hidden jokes and self-referential elements in the novel?
There is plenty on the surface, but so far I’ve not seen anyone comment on things like the “metatheses” that happens throughout the book, where the narrator mixes names up. There are several other instances of this exact thing. Did the translator go bonkers trying to find the right English words for the language in Eco’s book?
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