La Tregua [NOOK Book]

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Mario Benedetti es una de las grandes figuras de la literatura en lengua hispana. La Tregua es una de sus obras más señeras. Brillante narrador y poeta, el autor dibuja con trazos finos la figura de un hombre inmerso en su ciudad y su vida, guiando al lector en un proceso de identificación tan intenso que la vida del protagonista se pega en la piel y la sensibilidad. Una novela que constituye una verdadera obra maestra, en la que el clima, los paisajes, los personajes, adquieren...
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La Tregua

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Overview

Mario Benedetti es una de las grandes figuras de la literatura en lengua hispana. La Tregua es una de sus obras más señeras. Brillante narrador y poeta, el autor dibuja con trazos finos la figura de un hombre inmerso en su ciudad y su vida, guiando al lector en un proceso de identificación tan intenso que la vida del protagonista se pega en la piel y la sensibilidad. Una novela que constituye una verdadera obra maestra, en la que el clima, los paisajes, los personajes, adquieren realidad, dramática realidad.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032819707
  • Publisher: Crabapps Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/9/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 756,003
  • File size: 441 KB

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Mario Benedetti es una de las grandes figuras de la literatura en lengua hispana. La Tregua es una de sus obras más señeras. Brillante narrador y poeta, el autor dibuja con trazos finos la figura de un hombre inmerso en su ciudad y su vida, guiando al lector en un proceso de identificación tan intenso que la vida del protagonista se pega en la piel y la sensibilidad. Una novela que constituye una verdadera obra maestra, en la que el clima, los paisajes, los personajes, adquieren realidad, dramática realidad.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2003

    Excellent!!!

    Well written. Probably best Benedetti's book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2000

    Benedetti's most fascinating novel

    The author kindly depicts the feelings of hope and despair that encase a middle-aged man in Uruguay. His need for companionship, his silence and his most terrible losses. Simply Beautiful!

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