1st out of 7 books — 5 voters
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Cuentos escritos en el exilio” as Want to Read:
Cuentos escritos en el exilio
by Juan Bosch
Juan Bosch is considered a master of the Dominican short story, a literary genre that has had few writers in the Spanish language. When Bosch returned from a long exile in 1961, few Dominicans knew that the political leader was also considered to be one for the luminaries of the short story genre, and that some of his short stories had been translated to many other langua ...more
Paperback, 277 pages
Published February 1970 by Alfa y Omega
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
(showing 1-30 of 252)
Y no lo evaluo alto por ser paisano. Es que Juan Bosch logro plasmar la idiosincracia generalizada de mis cohabitantes de manera simple. En ocasiones acudo a leer los cuentos otra vez por que son exquisitos. Mi favorito hasta el momento es la Mancha Indeleble.
Juan Bosch was born in the town of La Vega, Dominican Republic. His parents were Spanish Juan Bosch and Puerto Rican Angela Gaviño. He lived the first years of his childhood in a small rural community called Río Verde, where he began his primary studies; he attended high school in La Vega. In his youth he went to Santo Domingo and worked in commercial stores. Later he traveled to Spain, Venezuela ...moreMore about Juan Bosch...