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Aranmanoth

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Aranmanoth es una novela de iniciación a la vida y al amor, protagonizada por un muchacho medio humano medio mágico, hijo del Señor de Lines y de un hada de las aguas. En una Edad Media ensombrecida por guerras infinitas, Aranmanoth parte en búsqueda de su destino, alejándose de los demás mortales y obedeciendo a misteriosas señales de las hojas de los árboles o de los páj...more
Hardcover, 191 pages
Published May 28th 2000 by Espasa-Calpe SA (first published 2000)
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Um livro pequenino e bonito que relata, no decorrer da Idade Média, a luta de um rapaz pela adaptação ao meio em que vive. Filho de uma fada e sendo, por isso, apenas meio humano, reconhece sinais mágicos que os outros ignoram, acabando por descobrir o amor mas também a dor.

Ana María Matute mostra-nos a importância dos nossos sonhos…e o seu peso na realidade das nossas vidas; escrevendo com uma linguagem rica e delicada uma história breve mas muito...more
Keren Mtz.
Me cautivó cada capítulo, cada uno de los cuadros que eran descritos en el libro era una imagen cautivadora, no pude ir a la cama sin saber cuál era el desenlace de Aranmanoth y la pequeña Windumanoth, cuyo amor es el verano de la vida.
Francisco
Otra introspección de Ana María Matute en una literatura legendaria, como argumento para reflexiones interioristas acerca de la condición humana. Muy tierna...
Beatriz
Al leer el libro parece que ya lo hubierás leido antes, pero es porque es muy similar al "Olvidado Rey Gudú".
Aun así, merece la pena leerlo.
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Matute was born in Barcelona, Spain, the second of five children in a conservative middle class family. Her father, Facundo Matute, owned an umbrella factory and has been credited with inspiring his daughter's creativity. Matute spent a considerable amount of time in Madrid during her childhood as well, but few of her stories are set there.
When she was four years old, she almost died of an illness...more
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