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Los ríos profundos y cuentos selectos: José María Arguedas

His vocabulary loses all harshness, he joins the most delicate and fragile of words, josse animatedly, becomes sweetly musical, and elates the reader with his impassioned imagery. I get all sappy when I even think about Cusco y los Andes, entonces para mi este libro es algo especial.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Je wordt mee gezogen naar de dieptes van hun leefwereld, waar niets banaal is en het leven er echt toe doet. Maar de woorden nemen je zozeer op, dat de afstand tussen jou en het boek opgeheven wordt.

Dec 03, R. Later, outside the boundaries of the school, a group of chicheras mutiny, demanding the distribution of salt, and a mass of Indian peasants enter the city to ask for a mass for the victims of epidemic typhus.

Arguedas: Los Rios Profundos (Spanish Texts) Jose Maria Arguedas: Bristol Classical Press

I kept wondering what was fiction, you know? It is a artuedas and flexible Spanish, which brings to light the different shades of a plurality of issues, people and peculiarities of the world exposed in the work. Como novela, la obra es poco interesante. A text of Arguedas which was published in in the form of autobiography Las Moradas, vol. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Le sommosse prima e la diffusione della peste, poi, risveglieranno l’anima indios di Ernesto permeata da un pensiero magico che definisce la mappa maroa.


Uses a boarding school in a rural village as a microcosm of the ,os relationship between the indigenous and non-indigenous population of Peru. Heb ik het drie keer gelezen? Was I supposed to be appalled?

The first and more minor thing was that the author’s biography is pretty darn close to the main character’s, and I always wonder about fiction that is semi-autobiographical.

This should be fun. According arguedaz critics, this novel marked the beginning of the current neo-indigenista movement, which presented, for the first time, a reading of indigenous issues from a closer perspective.

Laeli Marguz marked it as to-read Jul 23, Er zijn boeken, die dit verhaal evenzeer in zich dragen.

Los ríos profundos by José María Arguedas

Whenever he describes flowers, insects, stones, and streams, Arguedas’s language takes on its best temper, its most successful rhythm. The trees displayed their green and ripe fruit on high, and the children coveted them. Suitable for university and A-level teaching as the plot is uncomplicated and the emotional atmosphere is immediately graspable.

For information on how we process your data, read our Privacy Policy. A rather damning indictment of colonialism in South America, highlighting the gulf between the colonists and the colonised, who are subjected to poverty and disease. Gracias a mi amig Cita: The story leaves the impression that the best people can do is to set out to accomplish their objectives. She hated Jose as much, so during those times when his father was away she made him live with the Indians who spoke not the white man’s Spanish, but their own Quechua language.

I found this difficult to read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Anne marked it as to-read Mar 25, It’s not quite the level of Joyce’s “Portrait of the Artist,” in terms of coming-of-age novels–the first half is a bit too episodic for its own good, and I could never quite keep all of the schoolyard friends’ straight more my fault than the author’s Wow, what a weird, oddly beautiful and strangely powerful book.


Most critics agree that this novel is one of Arguedas’ masterpieces.

Wow, what a weird, oddly beautiful and strangely powerful book. Moreover, with the publication of Deep Rivers, the growing arguedws to Arguedas’ work began, both in Peru and throughout the continent. Retrieved from ” https: Sep 03, Jessmccoy rated it really liked it. Brenda added it May 04, There is a very good afterword by Mario Vargas Llosa in this edition and I will let his words do the talking in terms of explaining the subtle, rich mystery and beauty of Arguedas’ language and its relationship to nature: Mente altri scrittori e studiosi narrano basandosi su costrutti intellettuali argueedas facendosi stimolare da una fervida immaginazione, Arguedas ci parla, invece, non solo di un vissuto ma di una lettura del mondo che egli mose ha assimilato.

On approval, you will either be sent the print copy of the book, or you will receive a further email containing the link to allow you to download your eBook. Ernesto believes that his voice can reach the ears of his absent father by chanting the zumbayllu.

Doubtfulnews marked it as to-read Nov 14, The genesis of the novel was the story ‘Warma kuyay” part of the collection of short stories entitled ‘Water’, published inone of whose characters is the child Ernesto. But the main character, Ernesto, was partially raised by Indians and he wrestles with societal discrimination.