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If he doesn’t find out, the reader doesn’t know either.

The novel describes the maturation process of Ernesto, a year-old who must confront the injustices of the adult world that he becomes a part of, and who is required to take sides. His vocabulary loses all harshness, he joins the most delicate and fragile of words, speaks animatedly, becomes sweetly musical, and elates the reader with his impassioned imagery. Jul 21, Regina Andreassen arguwdas it it was amazing. Showing of 1 reviews. No es mal escrito, pero tampoco es bueno.

His relationships with stones, water and spinning tops is just as real as with the other boys.

Los ríos profundos y cuentos selectos: José María Arguedas

In this respect the novel functions as a dazzling lyrical operation. But the school setting was also the hardest to read.

Bueno, pense, sera facil de reponer. Pelle bianca ed anima indigena. Aqui encontre nuevamente lo que considero una obra de arte de la mas elevada estatura para un continente con escritores que son gigantes de las letras. Het boek zat in mijn koffer, toen ik op reis ging.

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A book of forced reading for all Peruvians and the Andean community. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Los ríos profundos

She hated Jose as much, so during those times when his father was away she made him live with the Indians who spoke not the white man’s Spanish, but their own Quechua language.

Open Preview See a Problem? In the process, the novel draws on key elements of Peruvian history and culture and above all on popular memory. Het wordt jouw conflict. Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Spanish-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Learn more about Amazon Prime.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Ernesto, the narrator of Deep Rivers, is a child with origins in two worlds. Deep Rivers First edition.

The spectacle of the sun’s appearance between scattered showers leaves the boy “uncertain” and unable to reason.

Most critics agree that this novel is one of Arguedas’ masterpieces. For more information, visit our exam-copy area. He saw the beauty of the Peruvian marua, as well as the grimness of social conditions in the Andes, through the eyes of the Indians who are a part of it.

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There is not much that I can say about it besides that argueds title serves as both a touching metaphor and a palpable truth for Peru. The microcosm of a Catholic boys’ school explores the brutality of colonisation and the impact on the indigenous people. Lizzy Palmer added it Sep 18, A crude, humane and heartfelt anthropological novel set in the town of Abancay in Peru. There’s a problem loading this low right now.

Refresh arguedaa try again. Uses a boarding school in a rural village as a microcosm of the tense relationship between the indigenous and non-indigenous population of Peru.

Los ríos profundos by José María Arguedas

It really came into its own in the last two chapters. The genesis of the novel was the story ‘Warma kuyay” part of the collection of short stories entitled ‘Water’, published inone of whose characters is the child Ernesto.

Refresh and try again. She was apparently rich, owned half jsoe town, and had many indigenous servants–Indians, whom she treated with contempt. The last years of the s were very fertile for Arguedas’ literary production. Como novela, la obra es poco interesante.