La utopía arcaica: Jose Maria Arguedas y las ficciones del indigenismo

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«Mi interés por Arguedas no se debe sólo a sus libros; también a su caso, privilegiado y patético. Privilegiado porque en un país escindido en dos mundos, dos lenguas, dos culturas, dos tradiciones históricas, a él le fue dado conocer ambas realidades íntimamente, en sus miserias y grandezas. Patético porque el arraigo en esos dos mundos antagónicos hizo de él un desarraigado.» —Mario Vargas Llosa

En La utopía arcaica, Mario Vargas Llosa nos acerca a la figura del novelista peruano José María Arguedas, una de ...

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«Mi interés por Arguedas no se debe sólo a sus libros; también a su caso, privilegiado y patético. Privilegiado porque en un país escindido en dos mundos, dos lenguas, dos culturas, dos tradiciones históricas, a él le fue dado conocer ambas realidades íntimamente, en sus miserias y grandezas. Patético porque el arraigo en esos dos mundos antagónicos hizo de él un desarraigado.» —Mario Vargas Llosa

En La utopía arcaica, Mario Vargas Llosa nos acerca a la figura del novelista peruano José María Arguedas, una de las más importantes del movimiento indigenista latinoamericano, un escritor conocido por su compromiso revolucionario.

Cruce entre la biografía, la historia y la crítica literaria, La utopía arcaica dibuja un fresco del contexto histórico del país, reseña la vida de Arguedas, matiza sus libros y trata de describir la inmolación de un talento literario por razones éticas y políticas.

"Polâemico ensayo sobre la obra de Josâe Marâia Arguedas, uno de los mâas importantes escritores del indigenismo peruano. Entre otras opiniones, Vargas Llosa defiende la nociâon de que la escritura de Arguedas fue en gran medida el producto de su capacidad para fabular sobre los indios y el mundo andino"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788466324762
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 9/30/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 423
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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