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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788471668882
  • Publisher: EDAF Antillas
  • Publication date: 10/28/1998
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Biblioteca Edaf Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 111
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2000

    To lead life at its fullest...a magnificent must for all people in the World

    In fact, Alejandro Casona's title 'Los Árboles Mueren de Pié' is an outstanding Spanish title that completely changed my 'average manner' of perceiving reality and not completely leading a fulfilling life. For one of those esoteric and personal reasons, I was stubbornly opposed to its reading, at the outset . I do thank an Spanish literature professor of mine, María Martín, at Berlitz Caracas, to have encouraged me to do so. Los 'Árboles Mueren de Pié' (Spanish for Trees Die Standing) is written for stage-since the author ,Alejandro Casona, was a screen writer and owned his own theater. However, this masterfully conceived piece of literature is also unparalleled when read. I would say one even gets the french benefit of being able to re-read it. It has the awesome effect, as it has already affected me and I give credence will do to all those that venture trough its pages, of conveying and teaching the two outmost significant facts about life: First and foremost, in order to deal with reality as it comes and 'how' we perceive it as well as getting fulfillment out of it, the author humorously, wittily and concisely conveys: reality must be surrounded by fantasy. The beautification of reality is the unique way of definitely improving not only ours, but the lives of all we are concerned or related somewhat with. Just as children do. The fact is so veritable, that after one drums it into one's head and add the fantastic factor, life becomes infinitely better!!!! Secondly, Alejandro Casona keenly urges us never to underestimate the wisdom or admirable lucidity of our elders nor their inner capacity of taking decisions that somehow strike as the keenest and smartest ever left as legacy¿ The plot pivots around how a grandmother¿ I decidedly will not convey the story. That is for you to regenerate your life with!!!!! If you are not fully satisfied with life, or you feel is not worth the effort, or happen to be into Spanish literature: then, do yourself a favor and read this consice and full of fun, wisdom, fantasy, mistery, love and well conceived title, before you go on into García Marquez, Vargas Llosa, Isabel Allende, Gallegos, and El Quixote, among so many others outstanding Spanish writers . For Casona's titles not only entertain, but teach realities that deepen within our innerlives and gear our getting the most, the best out of realities as they come. Never should we forget: We are living a borrowed life...thus, just make it of more utility to us. And a great applause for our elderly an for all children of the world as well. Give credence to my criterion and you will be forever thankful. Infotalia

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