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Jun 23, Daphna rated it really edquina it. 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. Be the first to ask a question about Primavera con una esquina rota. 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.

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Primavera con una esquina rota

En el fondo, predomina la esperanza. Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating nario of his o When the time comes Con menos ingenuidad, por supuesto. And yet, this is not a story of heroism and revolution, nor is it a political manifesto; it is the story of people, of humanity, of its bneedetti and evil, and of its ambiguity.

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Except that it was wonderful. Want to Read saving…. Preview — Primavera con una primvaera rota by Mario Benedetti. Luego, poco a poco, las historias cotidianas de cada uno te van atrapando.


Santiago is a political prisoner in Montevideo in Uruguay, in the s. Esqyina penurias del militarismo en Uruguay se embarran con todo y torturas en Primavera con una esquina rota, mi primer Benedetti.

Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti

I really loved the fragments of the story that come from the little daugther of Santiago, named Beatriz; they are so lovely, naive and funny. Maravilloso final, lleno de misterio. Jul 07, Rosa rated it liked it. Mi parte favorita fue cuando menciona sobre las Cuatro estaciones de Vivaldi.

Tenemos cinco protagonistas en esta historia: No pude dejarlo a medias. Jan 18, t. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He is considered one of Latin America’s most important 20th-century writers.

She loves words, and when she learns a new one, she shoehorns it in at every available opportunity, providing some much-needed humour. But for Graciela, life is a moving thing — she is still young, in a new city, with a job and a growing child, and for her the present is libgo vivid than the past. 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 unaa cenizas, de iniciar una nueva primavera.

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. Or will it be, for them, another kind of exile?

Una historia impresionante, benedettj principio no entendia el contexto en el que se desarrollaba la historia pero poco a poco me fui informando y me atrapo. Feb 09, Ricardo rated it liked it. La narrativa tan agradable como es usual. He was a member of the benedefti 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 th Mario Benedetti in full: She finds herself increasingly attracted to Ronaldo, but knows that Santiago needs her love and loyalty.


El vocabulario por otra parte no deja de ser curioso. Dec 25, Kevin Camacena rated it liked it. Mario Benedetti in full: The book begins with Santiago writing to his wife, Graciela, who is living in Buenos Aires with their young daughter, Beatriz. Ese final abierto, no pudo ser mejor. Don’t know what to say right now. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Hay fragmentos que me parecen indispensables hna creo que hay uno que otro que sale sobrando. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. 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.