|Title||:||Amalia (Letras Hispánicas, Band 460)|
|Publisher||:||Ediciones C tedra Auflage edici n 1 Mai 2000|
|Number of Pages||:||840 Seiten|
|File Size||:||565 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Amalia (Letras Hispánicas, Band 460) Reviews
Man sollte die Hintergrundgeschichte des Autors und des Landes kennen, um das Buch zu verstehen. Sehr schoenes Buch. Sehr empfehlenswert.
This novel is fascinating for the insights that it provides on Argentine life and thought in the early and mid 19th century. The supporting characters are all fascinating and cleverly depicted. The lead characters, however, are ciphers. They are wooden figures bearing the weight of 19th century romanticism and the burden is too much for them.If you love Argentina or are fascinated by 19th century Latin American historical developments, then this is a good book for you. If you are a student of Latin American literature you probably ought to read the book, as many claim that it is the first "novel" written in South America. Either way, you will see theories expounded as to why dictatorship took over the recently independent Argentina; perspectives on what Marmol thought should constitute the Argentine nation ( and what should not); and portraits of a society living in fear of a brutal political regime.If none of the above is germane for you, then you may be better off skipping this novel, as you will also have to deal with occasional digressions, overwrought prose, and annoyingly idealized lead characters. If you are not a fan of Romantic literature, by-pass this one.