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Nestled in the Walled city of Intramuros, Ilustrado offers casual and cafe dining in an exceptional setting. Michael the Archangel, gin bottle in hand while slaying the dragon, presides over the bar counter. Antique, local art posters jostling for a space on the ochre walls. Carriage wheels suspended from the ceiling. Wrought iron furniture. Sunlight filtering through the.
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Go to page , the scene in the cab when the taxi driver makes some nasty words about the politician Grapes. Very hard to imagine happening in real life. Maybe the author needs to try riding a cab to get a sense of this. His depiction of the Philippines, especially the politics, can be precise. But sometimes, like the taxi driver scene and the part where he gives a "coin" for a boat ride in what year did a boat ride ever cost a coin?! At best, the work is ambitious.
At worst, it leaves the reader empty-- that is, until the last page. Read it if you are patient enough to last pages, but only to like the last four. Ilustrado is a novel full of and about fakes.
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The fragments that make up the book are themselves knockoffs of different genres--murder mystery, satire, interviews from The Paris Review , everything but the kitchen sink. Miguel Syjuco's brassy debut novel turns on its head the first accusation thrown in the face of every expat writing a novel set in the Philippines: "Just how authentic are you? Aldrin of FullyBooked. Miguel Syjuco's surname, after all, is a potent one; his own father is a incumbent Iloilo congressman.
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It practically invites speculation and chismis , since the novel's Miguel also comes from a family of politicians. Could and should the reader conflate Miguel's ambivalence about the burgis class he is a part of with the writer's own views? The book brazenly invites these types of questions and more. Syjuco crams in a distressing number of conceits here, everything from the complicity of the moneyed elite in the sorry state of Philippines, the inherent vacuousness of "intellectual" conversations during book launches, the increasingly grotesque bread and circuses orchestrated for the consumption of the masses.
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Ilustrado mocks postmodernism even as it wallows in it, going through the techniques like a checklist: bricolage, metafiction, black humor, irony, intertextuality, pastiche. One is tempted to make jokes about having more tricks than a hooker. Some parts were handled clumsily like Avellaneda's blog commenters and the entire length of Miguel's misguided infatuation with a girl he met in a bookstore but there are layers within these techniques, becoming clues that lead to a final, mind-bending revelation. Read on my blog View all 5 comments.
The scope and breadth of this novel is so mind-boggling I don't even know where to start. Part of my difficulty reviewing Ilustrado is that I can't use the same yardstick I use for reviewing most fiction.