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Los hijos muertos

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Historia de dos hombres condenados a una vida sórdida y sombría por su pertenencia a clases sociales desfavorecidas. Premio Nacional de la Crítica 1958- y Premio Nacional de la Literatura 1959. Un libro clásico de literatura hispana.

(Classic, prize winning Spanish literature at its best. This is the story of two men condemned to somber lives by their social class. All set

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Paperback, 658 pages
Published by Plaza & Janes Editores, S.A. (first published January 1st 1981)
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Toms Ciguzis
Šis ir Anas Marijas Matutes viens no izcilākajiem darbiem. Šīs noveles latviskais tulkojums ir Mirušie dēli, sarakstīts 1960.gadā. Rakstniece darbā risina seno problēmu - tēvu un dēlu attiecības. Ļoti labi izpaužas cilvēku savstarpējās attiecības, kuri izcīnija pilsoņu karu, no vienas puses, un sakāves grūto seku nomākto paaudzi no otras pusi. Grāmata piesaistīja ar tās interesanti vienkāršo vāku un rakstīšanas veidu
El Segoviano
Nov 10, 2014 El Segoviano added it
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Recrea circunstancias de la guerra civil en la vida de dos protagonistas.
A pesar del tiempo transcurrido desde su lectura lo recuerdo relativamente bien.
El libro es un tanto espeso, tienen mas de 650 paginas y creo recordar que me costó llegar al final, pero mantengo la idea que esta muy bien escrito y la autora hace una descripción de la temática muy brillante.
Lo recuerdo como un gran libro que al final me gusto mucho.
Biblioteca Lardero
Historia de dos hombres condenados a una vida sórdida y sombría por su pertenencia a clases sociales desfavorecidas. Daniel, exiliado en Francia, finalmente vuelve a su país, derrotado y enfermo. Miguel, hijo de un anarquista, también acaba regresando a su ciudad natal, donde no tiene más salida que la delincuencia.
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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
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