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Nada Menos Que Todo Un Hombre

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Published by Andres Bello (first published 1920)
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Javiera Haze
Okay, I was like 14 when I read this book and even tho I don't consider myself a feminist, holy fuck, do you actually think that this book is right? At that age i found it really disgusting -dude, i was 14- and i wrote an essay about it. Quite impressed i didn't argue with my classmates.
Jorge Ulloa
Una historia de amor, o no de amor... no hay palabras para describirla... El final es trágico... realmente como que la historia me impresiono, la miraba a menos pero no, me gusto esta novela.
I read it when i was too young and maybe it affected the way i see relationships and men till now...

Just a great story of this weird man who doesn't know how to show his love for a lifetime, until life is slipping away...
Jose Miguel Gonzalez
Otro estudio psicológico-social sobre el amor que puede procesar un hombre a una mujer y lo que pretende aparentar por ser un hombre. Otra obra interesante.
Aug 10, 2011 Paula added it
excellent book... i read it when i was in school, even tho u tend to hate books u r obligated to read in school, i loved this one... i even cried with it!
Zaida Machuca Inostroza
Leí este libro en mis tiempos de liceana. Es un libro en el que se refleja la mentalidad machista.
Enfermizo. Sicológico. Apariencias. Cautivador.
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