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La increíble y triste historia de la cándida Eréndira y de su abuela desalmada (Spanish Edition)


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Este libro excepcional reúne la novela corta que le otorga su título y otros seis relatos más, de los que todos menos uno pertenecen a la etapa de plena madurez del escritor. Fueron los años en los que Macondo le abrió las puertas del realismo mágico, donde la realidad se expresa mediante fórmulas mágicas y legendarias y los milagros se insertan en la vida cotidiana. La cándida Eréndira y su abuela desalmada personifican la inocencia y la maldad, el amor y su perversión, y el relato recuerda al mismo tiempo las gestas medievales y los cantos provenzales o trovadorescos, aunque, como siempre, inmersos en ese mundo denso y frutal del Caribe americano. Estas siete narraciones no son ejercicios para conservar un estilo, ni muchísimo menos, sino siete exploraciones en el mundo definitivo que el escritor había conquistado de una vez por todas.

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Manufacturer:Vintage Espanol
Brand:Vintage Books USA
Publisher:Vintage Espanol
Studio:Vintage Espanol
EAN:9780307475787
Item Weight:0.38 pounds
Item Size:0.4 x 8 x 8 inches
Package Weight:0.35 pounds
Package Size:5.12 x 0.55 x 0.55 inches

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