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Britannia, amenazada por la caída del Imperio romano y por el avance de los bárbaros, ve nacer la leyenda artúrica a través de la historia real del rey Artorius. A fines del siglo V d.C., el Imperio romano agonizaba a causa de su decadencia interna y las embestidas bárbaras. Cuando Roma se desplomó, no fueron pocos los que pensaron que su civilización debía ser salvada de aquellos que pretendían aniquilarla. Entre ellos,se encontraba un oficial romano llamado Lucius Artorius Castus, que en la lejana Britannia ...
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Artorius

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Britannia, amenazada por la caída del Imperio romano y por el avance de los bárbaros, ve nacer la leyenda artúrica a través de la historia real del rey Artorius. A fines del siglo V d.C., el Imperio romano agonizaba a causa de su decadencia interna y las embestidas bárbaras. Cuando Roma se desplomó, no fueron pocos los que pensaron que su civilización debía ser salvada de aquellos que pretendían aniquilarla. Entre ellos,se encontraba un oficial romano llamado Lucius Artorius Castus, que en la lejana Britannia decidió mantener la ley, el orden y la justicia frente a los invasores. Sus gestas prodigiosas darían lugar, con el paso del tiempo, a las leyendas artúricas. Artorius es la novela sobre la vida real del Arturo histórico contada por el enigmático personaje que mejor le conoció y que en los relatos míticos siempre figuró a su lado. Pero también es una narración en la que se analizan temas eternos como el amor y la lealtad, el cumplimiento del deber y la defensa de la civilización, la magia y la fe, o la preservación de la cultura y la búsqueda de la Verdad eterna. Escrita de manera atractiva, subyugante y documentada, como corresponde al estilo literario de César Vidal, Artorius es una novela que nos conduce a las raíces del ciclo artúrico y que, al tiempo, nos recuerda que no somos tan distintos de aquellos que nos precedieron tantos siglos atrás.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788499892894
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 6/10/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: BEST SELLER
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 459 KB

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