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Magistral la manera de contar la historia desde el punto de vista de varios personales y ver que tanto cada uno sufre directa e indirectamente. Quotes from Primavera con una View all 6 comments. I even had goose bumps. He is considered one of Latin Unw most important 20th-century writers.

Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti

But for Graciela, life is a moving thing benedeti she is still young, in a new city, with a job and a growing child, and for her the present is more vivid than the past.

La esposa, sufriendo doble, triplemente: Jun 23, Daphna rated it really liked it. When the time comes Como siempre, estamos en las manos de uno d 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. Paperbackpages. Benedetti era un genio. This is a short book, but has more to say than many lengthier tomes. 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 llbro, and through librk eyes of the other characters.


Jun 05, Mightyv rated it it was amazing Cpn He was a member of the ‘Generation of 45’, a Uruguayan intellectual and literary movement and also wrote in the famous weekly Uruguayan newspaper Marcha from until it was forcibly closed by the military government inand was its literary director from Maravilloso final, lleno de misterio.

La historia de una familia obligada a separarse de su tierra, de sus amigos, beendetti sus ideales y de si misma. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Vaya calidad de libro, sin palabras. Apr 09, En el fondo, predomina la esperanza. Trivia About Primavera con cn It also takes an interesting view of Cuba as the one country whose revolution has been successful, looked at from the perspective of the communists in other South American countries.

Con menos ingenuidad, por supuesto. Or will it be, for them, another kind of exile? There is a feeling throughout the book of South America as one entity, with exiles and refugees from the various revolutions in different countries drifting from place to place depending on where sanctuary can be found.

Feb 09, Ricardo rated it liked it. Mario Benedetti in full: 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.

Santiago is a man from Uruguay, who is in prision esquinaa a political situation.

From to Benedetti lived in exile, and returned to Uruguay in March following the restoration of democracy. Apr 04, Sam rated it really liked it. I just love it. A wonderful book — highly recommended. Los textos provenien entonces desde su punto de vista infantil, ingenuo, puro, elocuente, y bastante divertido.

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Primavera con una esquina rota

To see what your friends thought of this book, benedetri sign up. Meterse en la cabeza de cada personaje para contar la historia desde sus diferentes y muy diferentes mundos His family and friends are scattered, exiled from the country they call home. Es lo que tienen los grandes escritores. For the children, if a time comes when they can go home, will it feel like home? Don’t know what to say right now.

And, in the end, it holds out hope: Through him, Benedetti gives a heartbreaking depiction of the kind of homesickness that comes when a person is unwillingly forced to live elsewhere. Santiago is a political prisoner in Montevideo in Uruguay, in the s.

Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating some of his o When the time comes Want to Read saving…. Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti. Nov 30, Gebanuzo rated it it was amazing. But he also talks of exile, giving us a rather more positive view of the possibilities and joys of sharing cultures. Be the first to ask a question about Primavera con una esquina marioo.

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.