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Trivia About Primavera con una Luego, poco a poco, las historias cotidianas de cada uno te van atrapando. Or yna it be, for them, another kind of exile? Santiago is a political prisoner in Montevideo in Uruguay, in the s.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. View all 6 comments. Refresh and try again. The narrative is beautifully written in several voices: Quotes from Primavera con una La historia de rtoa familia obligada a separarse de su tierra, de sus amigos, de sus ideales y de si misma.

Benedetti subtly and intricately weaves nenedetti narratives, as well as his own, into a story of loss, but also of life and its inherent power to move forward.

But for Graciela, life is a moving thing — she is still young, in a new city, with a job and a growing child, and for her the present is more vivid than the past. Lo que me hizo cogerlo. I really loved the fragments of the story that come from the little daugther of Santiago, named Beatriz; they are so lovely, naive and funny. Jan 18, t.


Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti

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Jun 05, Mightyv rated it it was amazing Shelves: Bellamente escrita,con capitulos que parecen cuentos individuales en si, ya he encotrados varios en coleciones de cuentos ,la novela remonta la angustia de la desintegracion -familiar,ideologica,cultural- y en definitiva dando un testimonio directo y dolorido sobre la vida en prision y en exilio.

A variety of narratives styles illuminate the lives of Santiago, a Uruguayan political prisoner, his family and friends at home and in exile. Santiago, imprisoned for his political activities during the military dictatorship in Uruguay, his wife, Graciela, living in exile in Argentina, their young daughter Beatriz, with a very prominent voice of esqiina own, and additional characters, each with its own narrative and outlook.

Primavera con una esquina rota

Almost every chapter reads like a short story by itself, making it worth rereading them once in a while, but the whole is more than the collection of the parts and together they make a memorable novel that I highly recommend to both, those familiar with Latin American dictatorships, and those who want to learn about its impact on everyday life of those who suffered them. This book says in very simple words what everybody feels at any point in life and can not express.


You do not have to read it all at once.

The book begins with Santiago writing to his wife, Graciela, who is living in Buenos Aires with their young daughter, Beatriz. Be the first to ask a question about Primavera con una esquina rota. Learn more about Amazon Prime. La esposa, sufriendo doble, triplemente: Una historia triste y esperanzadora y cruda y tierna.

El ansia de vivir domina, y pugna por renacer de sus cenizas, de iniciar una nueva primavera. Primavers penurias del militarismo en Uruguay se embarran con todo y torturas en Primavera con una esquina rota, mi primer Benedetti. The most beautiful book I have ever read. Los textos provenien entonces desde su punto de vista infantil, ingenuo, puro, elocuente, y bastante divertido.

Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating some of his o When the time comes This is one of the best works of one of Latin America’s greatest writers. Lists with This Book. Nov 30, Gebanuzo rated it it was amazing.