Oliver Twist (Spanish Edition) [NOOK Book]

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Oliver Twist es la segunda novela del autor Ingl?s Charles Dickens, publicada por Richard Bentley en 1838. La historia es acerca de un hu?rfano Oliver Twist, que soporta una existencia miserable en una casa de trabajo y, a continuaci?n se coloca con un empresario de pompas f?nebres, de donde escapa y viaja a Londres donde conoce a ...
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Oliver Twist (Spanish Edition)

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Overview

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Oliver Twist es la segunda novela del autor Inglés Charles Dickens, publicada por Richard Bentley en 1838. La historia es acerca de un huérfano Oliver Twist, que soporta una existencia miserable en una casa de trabajo y, a continuación se coloca con un empresario de pompas fúnebres, de donde escapa y viaja a Londres donde conoce a Artful Dodger el, líder de una banda de carteristas de menores. Oliver es llevado a la guarida de su entrenador de tercera edad penal Fagin, ingenuamente inconsciente de sus actividades ilícitas.
Oliver Twist es notable por retrato romántico de Dickens de los criminales y sus vidas sórdidas. El libro expone el tratamiento cruel de más de un niño abandonado-hijo en Londres, que aumentó la preocupación internacional en lo que a veces conocido como "El Gran Londres Waif crisis": el gran número de huérfanos en Londres en la época de Dickens. El subtítulo del libro, El progreso del niño alude a la Parroquia de El progreso del peregrino de Bunyan y también a un par de populares del siglo 18 caricatura serie de William Hogarth, "A Rake's Progreso" y "A Harlot's Progress".
Un ejemplo temprano de la novela social, el libro llama la atención del público a diversos males contemporáneos, incluyendo la Ley de los Pobres, el trabajo infantil y el reclutamiento de niños como criminales. Dickens se burla de las hipocresías de su tiempo al rodear temas serios de la novela con sarcasmo y humor negro. La novela puede haber sido inspirada por la historia de Robert Blincoe, un huérfano cuya cuenta de las dificultades como un niño trabajador en una fábrica de algodón fue muy leído en la década de 1830. Es probable que la propia juventud de Dickens como trabajador infantil contribuido al desarrollo de la historia.
Oliver Twist ha sido objeto de numerosas adaptaciones cinematográficas y de televisión, y es la base para una obra de teatro musical de gran éxito, y el ganador de múltiples premios de la Academia de cine 1968 hizo de ella.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012265579
  • Publisher: ADNUP Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/5/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,293,379
  • File size: 409 KB

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  • Posted May 17, 2011

    You surely jest, right?

    What? Did the 'editor' hire an overseas outfit so unfamiliar with both English and Spanish that the so called translation is the stuff that e-mail jokes are all about? What kind of bookstore are you running? I gave it one star because the system will not accept less.

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