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NON leggete questo libro se: Es en este punto en el que Catalina, a cierto modo de escapismo, busca el amor en los brazos de dos diferentes amantes.
Emilia Sauri is torn between her libbros for her childhooh playmate, Daniel Cuenca, who runs off to join the Mexican Revolution, and her desire to become a doctor.
I read this book in Spanish, and I loved it. Refresh and try again. As Emilia studies to become a physician and turns into a political rebel, Daniel runs off to fight, joining whomever he thinks makes the best leader of the month. Aug 15, Aryas rated it really liked it. This title has been translated until the present from Spanish into 11 languages and at the beginning narrates Catalina’s initial and utterly submissive love for the General Andres Atencio; and as the plot unfolds, of her progressive separation from her conjugal subordination and of her acceptance of the political context which will libtos into doubt all of her well established revolutionary ideals.
Their love story is one people in their younger years would find exciting, dramatic, lustful, and love torn; a lovestory that is exciting to read about but hellish to live. He constantly returns home when his current favorite leader fails to live up to his expectations. Como pasa de ser una adolescente que cree ciegamente en su marido a una mujer que le hace frente al complicado mundo en que su general la ha metido. Mastretta has crafted a wonderful tale.
Working side by side, the two doctors fall in love with each other. Mar 27, Gina Ochoa added it. May 18, Calypso rated it it was amazing. Me hubiera La historia trata de reflejar el papel de las mujeres en la mastrefta mexicana post-revolucionaria. Al contrario, es plenamente consciente de lo que pasa y lo agradece. I enjoyed being transported into the angelds of instability in Mexican politics of the late 19th and early 20th century.
Want to Read saving…. The multiplicity allowed to female characters in this book is a sheer joy to find.
Ángeles Mastretta – Wikipedia
With an assured hand and a crystalline touch, reminiscent of the writings of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Isabel Allende, Angeles Mastretta presents the vivid portrait of a woman both fragile and bold, who enters the new century shedding the bonds and predjudices of previous generations.
Lists with This Book. Catalina, as it turns out to be, is literally Andres shadow, seeing what he does and learning from his ways, preparing for what’s coming. Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa. It is at this point when Catalina, maybe as a means of escapism, even seeks love in the arms of two different lovers.
Mastretta began writing as a journalist for a Mexican magazine, Maatretta and an afternoon newspaper, Ovaciones.
La historia trata de reflejar el papel de las mujeres en la sociedad mexicana post-revolucionaria. This novel is a fascinating mix, a great story populated with fascinating characters. Un cliente 5,0 de 5 estrellas A must read!
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Can’t wait to read Mastretta’s earlier work, Lovesick. Mal de amores Just a moment while we sign you in to your Angdles account. Emilia’s aunt Milagros makes a beautiful wish for her, below: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. No me esperaba mucho de este libro pero he pasado un buen rato con Catalina.
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The language is delicate and the words chosen well.
Or maybe it just developed quite differently from how I had expected the plot to unfold. Nov 22, Macarena rated it really liked it. I do wish we could have had some scenes from Daniel to get a feel for the battles but this look at it from ordinary citizens was encompassing in its own way, too.