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Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti
The most beautiful book I have ever read. Apr 09, View all 6 comments. Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating some of his own experiences as a political exile, the book rotates among these characters, letting us see each through their own eyes, and through the eyes of the other characters.
Es lo que tienen los grandes escritores. She loves words, and when she learns a new one, she shoehorns it in at every available opportunity, providing some much-needed humour. Todo hermoso pero ese final From to Benedetti lived in exile, and returned to Uruguay in March following the restoration of democracy.
El ansia de vivir domina, y pugna por renacer de sus cenizas, de iniciar una nueva primavera. Mario Benedetti in full: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. For him, life is static, his memories of their love the thing that has sustained him through the torture and now the sheer stultification of his imprisonment.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Vaya calidad de libro, sin palabras. But he also talks of exile, giving us a rather more positive view of the possibilities and joys of sharing cultures.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Or will it be, for them, another kind of exile? Nov 30, Gebanuzo rated it it was amazing. Mi parte favorita fue cuando menciona sobre las Cuatro estaciones de Vivaldi. Como siempre, estamos en las manos de uno de los grandes escritores de la literatura universal! A wonderful book — highly recommended.
To view it, click here. Santiago is a man from Uruguay, who is in prision due a political situation. Una historia triste y esperanzadora y esquuna y tierna. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Feb 09, Ricardo rated it liked it.
When the time comes Through him, Benedetti gives a heartbreaking depiction of the kind of homesickness that comes when a person is unwillingly forced to live elsewhere. Benedetti era un genio. Be the first to ask a question about Primavera con una esquina rota.
Primavera con una esquina rota
El vocabulario por otra parte no deja de ser curioso. The crux of the story is deceptively simple — what will Graciela decide to do? Apr 21, Annette prjmavera it.
Y quisiera decir que me ha gustado porque la escritura es llana, sincera y hermosa que lo eso porque la historia es real aunque sea PopSugar Reading Challenge Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating some of his o When the time comes Hay fragmentos que me parecen indispensables pero creo que hay uno que otro que sale sobrando.
Return to Book Page. Paperbackpages. Simplemente una de las mejores novelas del siglo pasado y una de las obras cumbres de Mario Benedetti,al lado de ” La Tregua”,sus cuentos, y su poesia. Trivia About Primavera con una The narrative is beautifully written in several voices: Preview — Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti. Mario Benedetti writes of exile which becomes an exile from one’s life and identity these being so inextricably linked to one’s original home with its geography, language, culture and particular quirks.
Santiago, imprisoned for his political activities during the military dictatorship in Uruguay, his wife, Graciela, living in exile in Argentina, their young daughter I read this book in English Penguin Classics, translated by Nick Caistor. Oct 07, Yeison Ramirez rated it it was amazing. He is considered one of Latin America’s most important 20th-century writers. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
La esposa, sufriendo doble, triplemente: Santiago, imprisoned for his political activities during the military dictatorship in Uruguay, his wife, Graciela, living in exile in Argentina, their young daughter Beatriz, with a very prominent voice of her own, and additional characters, each with its own narrative and outlook.