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  1. says:

    Lo ue más he disfrutado de esta lectura ha sido sin duda alguna el diálogo Hacía mucho tiempo ue no leía unas conversaciones tan naturales llenas de modismos y frases colouiales sin editar como si tuviera ant

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    Una de las joyas literarias de la literatura española del siglo xx Nos cuenta un día de verano en el ue un grupo de amigos se dirigen a las afueras de la gran ciudad para combatir el rigor del verano en la orilla del río y consigue ue un acontecimiento tan común y en principio poco atractivo para lanzarte a su lectura te atrape y se convierta en una lectura grandiosa

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    Antonio López comenta sobre esta novela ue es un monumento Pero además es un retrato Uno de esos con el color comido por los años de los ue piensas si ese era el color real de las cosas cuando se tomó la fotografía

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    Mi perfil de lector es hombre setentón padre y abuelo aficionado a la novela histórica y al senderismo Me ha co

  5. says:

    A mediados de los años cincuenta una época llena de temas tabú en la ue la censura funcionaba a pleno rendimiento en la ue parecería no haber nada ue contar y todo retrato contemporáneo hubiera de pasar forzosamente por lo frívolo y lo banal Sánchez Ferlosio rompe todos los moldes con una crónica ue captura la esencia de un

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    Obra de arteue la tierra te sea leve

  7. says:

    El Jarama The River ★★★★by Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio1955 Premio Nadal of the same yearalso Premio de la Crítica de narrativa castellana 1957One of the best 100 novels in Spanish in the XIX centuryI’ve changed my reviewing method This is a full star ★ and this a half star ✫★★★★★ Not to miss worth re readi

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    Una jornada junto al río una única jornada donde no parece ocurrir nada y precisamente esa es la riueza de esta novela de diálogos tan naturales y con tantos matices y de descripción tan viva y detallada ue la estamos ante un libro único y maestro Y sí al final termina sucediendo algo importante y grave ue no impide ue el autor manteng

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    In the years after the Spanish Civil War—at least to the early 1950s—the Spanish novel was in clear decline marked by its sterility and mediocrity By the early 1950s there were some signs however of a slow reversal of that trend Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio’s El Jarama written in 1954 55 was part of a slow revival And than a sign of revival among the critics it was and continues to be identified as a masterp

  10. says:

    Lectura muy de veranito para no volver a meterte en un río embalse o picina en tu puta bida

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characters à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio

Arceos eróticos y el resuemor ante el tiempo ue huye haciendo inminente la amenaza del lunes Al acabar el día un acontecimiento inesperado colma la jornada de honda poesía y dota a la novela de una extraña grande. In the years after the Spanish Civil War at least to the early 1950s the Spanish novel was in clear decline marked by its sterility and mediocrity By the early 1950s there were some signs however of a slow reversal of that trend Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio s El Jarama written in 1954 55 was part of a slow revival And than a sign of revival among the critics it was and continues to be identified as a masterpiece of Spanish letters The work is probably little know outside of Spain and I suspect that even within the Peninsula few read it today given the current vitality of fiction even though it won the Premio Cervantes award in 2004 In the early 1960s having won the Premio Nadal in 1955 it was devoured by at least the university community included as one of a handful of benchmarks of a new wave of literary creativityThe action in the novel is limited in both space and time It takes place along the Jarama River at its passage through San Fernando de Henares 16 kilometers east from Madrid during a Sunday in August beginning at 845am and ending on 1250 am Monday morning There are two distinct focal points on the banks of the river and a second in the bar tasca venta situated up from the river along the main highway Congregating along the river are a group of 11 young adults from the lower urban middle class the industrial proletariat The bar is the gathering point of a group of rural laborers and local parishioners The two groups in their totality represent various generations defined by distinctive world visions and life patterns uietly underpinning that socio economic variety are the pernicious repercussions of the Civil War distant history for the urban youth less distant for the rural population some of whom were actual participants and of the entrenched stultifying dictatorshipDialogue dominates two thirds of the work It is almost as if the writer were transcribing conversations from an actual recording It is a vital dialogue linguistically that captures the mannerisms and peculiarities of the speech of the various groups And it reveals a gray dull and numbing existence The narrator s voice only emerges in the remaining often lyrical passages descriptive of the countryside and of the river s passage Apart those passages the narrator does not intervene with interpretations or reflections on the value or meaning of the acts he recordsThe river the scene of two violent military clashes during the Civil War looms malignantly through the novel It becomes the predominant protagonist as it claims the life of one of the urban youths It is at that point the drowning of a young woman and the various responses to the death that the underlying humanity of the two groups emerges It is in the final pages that the story emerges as a metaphor for Franco s authoritarian Spain Mr. Francis Wife poesía y dota a la novela de una extraña grande. 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Cuten y juegan a las cartas y en una arboleda a orillas del río en la ue se instalan los excursionistas Durante dieciséis horas se suceden los baños los escozores provocados por el sol las paellas los primeros esc. Mi perfil de lector es hombre setent n padre y abuelo aficionado a la novela hist rica y al senderismo Me ha costado terminarla no porue no sea buena porue al contrario es una lecci n de sencillez humanidad y realismo sino porue bajo la superficie de un relato corto con personajes ordinarios ue hablan en un lenguaje de lo m s simple y donde adem s no pasa nada hasta el final ah s se esconde un mundo de tes de silencios y de emociones reprimidas como la poca en la ue est situado y en la ue se escribi Eso a veces a m me result agobiante necesitaba parar para poder respirar un poco y por eso me llev tanto tiempoMuy muy buena a su manera tambi n muy profunda y muy dolorosa aunue como digo parece ue no habla de casi nada Creo ue es de esas novelas donde cada cual se lleva de ella lo ue trae como lector con sus propias experiencias de la vida Para m ue ya estoy en el ltimo tramo de mi vida ha sido una lectura ue me ha sacudido en m s de un momento Seguramente alguien mucho m s joven se lleve otra impresi n y eso est bien significa ue la novela provoca reacciones diferentes seg n el lectorMuy recomendable para lectores adultos y para uienes uieran conocer un poco mejor la mentalidad del espa olito corriente de hace unas cuantas d cadas