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La tercera palabra (Biblioteca Edaf)

3.73  ·  Rating Details  ·  148 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Paperback, 147 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Editorial Edaf
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Estoy entre un 2,5 y un 3.

Al inicio de la obra estaba enganchadísima, me encantaba la historia, me parecía no original pero sí entretenida. Los personajes me resultaron entrañables, y me gustó que se notara la delimitación entre protagonistas, ayudantes y antagonistas. Iba todo bien para que le pusiese cuatro o cuatro estrellas y media, pero Casona tenía que cagarla arruinar todo con ese final espantoso. Juro que no podía creer lo que leía. Super decepcionada quedé.
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Aug 18, 2014 Daniela Lago rated it really liked it
I read this play long ago at school, and I remember I was in love with it, most of my parters were like "this is bullshit" but I knew it wasn't. It's a tragic love story with an incredible ending that leaves you craving for more.
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Apr 18, 2013 Camille rated it it was amazing
Amazing book, Ive really enjoy this one. Im a fan of Alejandro Casona since I read La Dama Del Alba and La Barca Sin Pescador at school. He had this way to write that make me fall in love with every single character, even when their actions make me hate them sometimes!
I mean, this writer, has the talent of putting words into paper and just provoke magical effects into the readers. And, lets keep clear the fact that his titles, are great. They all have this deep meaning that you just love.

You sh
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Muy buena obra pero me faltó algo en el final. No sé, me lo imaginaba mas fuerte.
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Alejandro Rodríguez Álvarez, known as Alejandro Casona was a Spanish poet and playwright born in Besullo, Spain, a member of the Generation of '27. Casona received his bachelor's degree in Gijon and later studied at the University of Murcia. After Franco's rise in 1936, he was forced, like many Spanish intellectuals, to leave Spain. He lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina until April 1962, when he def ...more
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