La tía Julia y el escribidor by Mario Vargas Llosa

By Mario Vargas Llosa

Una sátira exquisita de l. a. literatura rosa y de l. a. novela well known que tanto éxito ha tenido en los países de habla hispana, al tiempo que cuestiona l. a. hipocresía, el racismo y el clasismo de los angeles sociedad limeña de los angeles época, con l. a. maestría a l. a. que ya nos tiene acostumbrados.

Ya en el título de esta novela de Mario Vargas Llosa, publicada en 1977, se recoge l. a. doble historia en que se vertebra su argumento: por un lado, l. a. relación amorosa del joven escritor Varguitas con una mujer de su familia mayor que él, l. a. tía Julia; y por otro, los angeles desaforada presencia del folletinista Pedro Camacho en l. a. misma emisora de radio donde Varguitas trabaja.

La noble pasión amorosa entre los angeles tía Julia y el aprendiz de novelista, que los angeles sociedad limeña de los años cincuenta trata por todos los medios de impedir, se combina en esta novela de Vargas Llosa con las narraciones truculentas del folletinista de las ondas. El contrapunto de una encendida pasión con aires shakesperianos y su correlato melodramático y los angeles inesperada confluencia del devoto de l. a. alta literatura y el escribidor rastrero son algunas claves de esta narración mayor de Mario Vargas Llosa.

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By Mario Vargas Llosa

Una sátira exquisita de l. a. literatura rosa y de l. a. novela well known que tanto éxito ha tenido en los países de habla hispana, al tiempo que cuestiona l. a. hipocresía, el racismo y el clasismo de los angeles sociedad limeña de los angeles época, con l. a. maestría a l. a. que ya nos tiene acostumbrados.

Ya en el título de esta novela de Mario Vargas Llosa, publicada en 1977, se recoge l. a. doble historia en que se vertebra su argumento: por un lado, l. a. relación amorosa del joven escritor Varguitas con una mujer de su familia mayor que él, l. a. tía Julia; y por otro, los angeles desaforada presencia del folletinista Pedro Camacho en l. a. misma emisora de radio donde Varguitas trabaja.

La noble pasión amorosa entre los angeles tía Julia y el aprendiz de novelista, que los angeles sociedad limeña de los años cincuenta trata por todos los medios de impedir, se combina en esta novela de Vargas Llosa con las narraciones truculentas del folletinista de las ondas. El contrapunto de una encendida pasión con aires shakesperianos y su correlato melodramático y los angeles inesperada confluencia del devoto de l. a. alta literatura y el escribidor rastrero son algunas claves de esta narración mayor de Mario Vargas Llosa.

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A makeshift stone table had lost one leg and leaned awkwardly in one corner. A metal chair, old and rusted, rested on its side against a wood-reinforced dirt and rock wall. Two tunnels branched off the room—one narrow like the tunnel she’d come from; the other a bit wider with a metal track laid on the ground, disappearing into the dark beyond the scope of her light. An old mining cart with metal wheels sat at the end of the line. She couldn’t go farther into the mine without putting herself at great risk, as well as worry Sean while he was injured topside.

Lucy—” A deep, male voice said, “Sean, I have equipment in my truck to get both of you back up. ” It was useless to argue. How else was he going to get out of this pit? He just didn’t want Lucy to see him like this. But of course Lucy could handle it. She could handle anything life handed her. Even him in this condition. He just … hell, he didn’t know what he was thinking. The pain was making him stupid. He closed his eyes again. He thought he heard Lucy talking, but it was far away. “Sean? Hang tight.

I just can’t figure out why. I wasn’t raised in Spruce Lake. ” “He left five years ago, when he went to college. ” Five years was nothing for someone dead set on revenge. “We need to talk to him,” Lucy said. Tim turned off the road onto a two-lane highway. Two miles north was the main road into the town of Spruce Lake, but Tim turned south. ” When Tim turned onto the logging road, he slowed down as the truck bounced over rocks, branches, and potholes. Lucy spotted an ATV partly hidden in the trees, about twenty feet down from the logging entrance.

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