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    Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro Elena Garro à 8 Free read And Elena Garro that I adore I think as a writer is great one of those that appear once every hundred years I think it's the greatest novelist of the twentieth century Cesar Aira thru Google TranslateThanks for the recommendation Mr Aira I feel like usually when I read a book I start out really excited about it and then half way through I sti

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    Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro Elena Garro à 8 Free read “Recollections of things to come” English titleThis is a classic of Mexican literature telling the intrigue of

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    PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro In Los Recuerdos del Porvenir the title means Memories of What is to Come Elena Garro focuses on a small town in the aftermath of the Mexican revolution as a way of dissecting the country's military and sexual p

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    Download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Elena Garro Elena Garro à 8 Free read PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro She published this three years before G Garcia Maruez but he still got the credit for spawning magical realism What I really dug was how she contrasted healthy male female relationships with unhealthy ones particularly in the difference between when women speak and when they are silent

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    Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro Download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ã Elena Garro Closer to a 4 rating though just not uite reaching it I thought the novel started slow and was confusing Then it picked up and got

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    PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro Elena Garro à 8 Free read Download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Elena Garro Maybe it's just me here but besides the ethnographic depict of the time i found this rather boring and pointless

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    Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir Elena Garro à 8 Free read PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro In a way Recollections is the ultimate boom book Like Pedro Páramo it is set in a dusty imaginary Mexican town where the evils of the Mexican Revolution are staged in small scale allegorical conflicts between the townspe

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    Download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF à Elena Garro PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro Elena Garro à 8 Free read This book is breathtakingly beautiful I love how in 1950 later published in the 60’s Garro rewrites the narrative of female Mexican culture I love how she incorporates such beautiful natural so essentially Mexican imagery

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    Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir PDF or EBOOK (Los recuerdos del porvenir) ↠ Elena Garro This is a difficult book for me to rate I felt compelled to follow the denizens of Ixtepec like I was in Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels e

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Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir

Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir Free read Los recuerdos del porvenir 108 An destinados a participar en el sombrío destino del pueblo Pero el General Francisco Rosas no ve más allá de los translúcidos ojos de su uerida Julia a la mantiene encerrada en el Hotel Jardín y por la ue languidece de amor. In a way Recollections is the ultimate boom book Like Pedro P ramo it is set in a dusty imaginary Mexican town where the evils of the Mexican Revolution are staged in small scale allegorical conflicts between the townspeople and the occupying military forces like Artemio Cruz it tells its story with playful chronology emphasizing the discrepancy between real events and the people s memory of those events and its instances of magic realism directly anticipate those so famous episodes in Hundred Years of Solitude the whole town falls to sleep at once characters transform into stones etc I found the book rather slow and its characters a hard to tell apart and b not terribly compelling but I suspect that had to do with the fact that I read an imperfect translation rather than the original Spanish I suppose it s a statement about the machismo of the 1950s 1960s boom phenomenon that Elena Garro s work seems central to the movement s aesthetic but she herself remains largely unread Like one of the other reviewers mentions it s criminal that Gabriel Garcia M ruez gets all the credit for magic realism when other writers like Garro were doing it for many years previous and sometimes betterAnyway if you re interested in the boom or in literature about the Mexican Revolution you should pick this up

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Los recuerdos del porvenir

Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir Free read Los recuerdos del porvenir 108 Los recuerdos del porvenir es la historia coral del pueblo de Ixtepec en alguna llanura cerca de México Allí los habitantes hace años ue viven encerrados en un tiempo inmóvil Ixtepec vivió tiempos mejores pero con la presenc. And Elena Garro that I adore I think as a writer is great one of those that appear once every hundred years I think it s the greatest novelist of the twentieth century Cesar Aira thru Google TranslateThanks for the recommendation Mr Aira I feel like usually when I read a book I start out really excited about it and then half way through I still like it but my excitement drops But my excitement never dropped while reading this book Too bad of her books aren t translated to EnglishIt s a book with a serpentine though also kind of straight forward plot The book is narrated by the town of Ixtepec describing its own townspeople and the General who ruled over the town Often the town would say something like And then the Moncada brothers walked through my streets or something which is kind of amusing but also thankfully doesn t happen enough to be annoyingI don t know how to describe what happens Basically you get to know a BUNCH of people Some have larger roles than others but they re all brought to life with very human characteristics and seem very real though the prose is sometimes surreal or magically real We have the whores in the whorehouse the main families and all their relatives we have a madman we have some old widows and a few traitors we have the General and his men and the hotel owner and the baker etc etc Anyway you really get invested in their lives because Garros is able to inhabit their thoughts dreams and memories through the town s voice Then umm stuff happens to them and it s told in tangents and slow reveals and split in two parts The first part is all about Julia the General s mistress and a mysterious stranger who came to town The first part ends pretty climactically and leads to and casts a shadow on what happens in the second part I love the way she writes only part of the story and as a reader you just have to trust that things will be explained later on I felt partially in the dark most of the timeI d really love to discuss this book with someone who s read it but unfortunately it seems like not many people have read it A few interesting things SPOILERS follow Garro is saying something about illusion The play was the illusion that the town needed in part 1 and perhaps the whole first part gave people a sense of false hope but we find out how that was dangerous in the second part I don t like the ending of the book I was really saddened and perplexed at Isabella s actions For the longest time I thought that she was playing a game to somehow get back at the General but when it seemed like she really did love him it really puzzled me I was saddened that the book ended on her instead of the townspeople What did her betrayal mean The General s feelings towards the end of the book are a little confusing and worth examining further It seems the Moncada family have really defeated him emotionally but I just don t know if I m convinced of it yet Partly because Isabella was able to force him to think about the absence of Julia but was that it Or also maybe make him feel ashamed I loved how even the worst villians in this novel like the General had very fleshed out emotions and thoughts and are very human and relatable Memories of the future past time standing still etc is a recurring theme Obviously this is a political novel but than that it s about how people cope or are ableunable to face a bleak situation The people of the town are all trapped almost like they are in jail nobody ever comes or goes except for the stranger and Julia and the few people who leave have to come back somehow Is this related to the theme of time standing still Time being also trapped People being trapped in the past Or trapped in illusion As a way to dealLastly this book was so enjoyable to read that I didn t want it to end and also part of me felt guilty for enjoying it so much since such horrible things happen in it

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Summary Los recuerdos del porvenir Free read Los recuerdos del porvenir 108 Ia de los militares y del General Francisco Rosas sus calles andan estancadas entre el tedio y la sangre En una de las calles principales del pueblo residen los Moncada Isabel Nicolás y Juan son tres hermanos ue saben ue se hall. Closer to a 4 rating though just not uite reaching it I thought the novel started slow and was confusing Then it picked up and got interesting But the end drifted back into an unsatisfying unfinished confusion Another puzzling thing is the disconnect between the first and second parts They really are two related but distinct novellas slapped together into one whole book The writing itself was very rich and good in the tradition of Mexican storytelling Clearly Garro has talent And I highly recommend the book in spite of its flaws

  • Paperback
  • 292
  • Los recuerdos del porvenir
  • Elena Garro
  • Spanish
  • 28 April 2020
  • 9789682705670