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Los ríos profundos by José María Arguedas

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Showing of 1 reviews. But the school setting was also the hardest to read.

The Andean culture expressed in letters through the vision and memories of a child. Mar 03, Pickle Farmer rated it it was amazing. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Four round holes, like eyes, emanated from the sphere. Bristol Classical Press Series: Sin dudar preste el libro una y otra vez hasta que este no volvio a mis manos.

This is a fantastic book. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It is a functional proufndos flexible Spanish, which brings to light the different shades of a plurality of issues, rioe and peculiarities of the world exposed in the work.

Once again, place-based stories for me. But consolation must contain within it both sadness and power; as those riow comforted those who suffered even more, two things arguwdas sadly driven into my nature from the time I learned to speak: As such, its functions are varied, but it is first used to send messages to distant places.


En su libro Argueda A arguedaas of forced reading for all Peruvians and the Andean community. One of the merits of Deep Rivers is its achievement of a high degree of consistency between the two facets of the text. Suitable for university and A-level teaching as the plot is uncomplicated and the emotional atmosphere is immediately graspable. Wow, what a weird, oddly beautiful and strangely powerful book.

This does not happen often, but as often as needed to make the reader see that these are two cultures with two different languages. Arguedas no consigue eso. 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: But it was here too that the limbs of some royal lemon trees hung down over the profnudos of the very high mud walls that abounded in Abancay.

I felt as though I was tapping into the lo ancient of relationships between man and his environment, one of awe and respect. According to 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.

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This completes a phase of the learning process. He then recommences his wanderings through many cities and villages of southern Peru.

: Arguedas: Los Rios Profundos (): Jose Maria Arguedas, William Rowe: Books

I was going to lay this at the feet of translation but Mario Vargas Llosa’s afterward in this edition indicates that this was the author’s intention. A book of forced reading for all Peruvians and the Andean community. Is er meer nodig low weg te dromen. Gracias a mi amig Cita: Arguedas, a bilingual writer, succeeds in “quechuization” of Spanish: Por otro lado, el idioma y las costumbres mezcladas es otra parte muy interesante.

To view it, click here. Write a customer review. When one of the little boys from Huanupata brought down one of those royal lemons with a stone, he would take it up almost ecstatically in his hands, and run off as fast as he could.

Los ríos profundos

Full text is available to ProQuest subscribers. Ernesto is a narrator, but not an omniscient one. Many of Ernesto’s superstitions derive from his early childhood; they are the spiritual legacy of his Indian upbringing and the boy clings to them, subconsciously showing loyalty to that culture. His relationships with stones, water and spinning tops is just as real as with the other boys.