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It is a chronicle of the experience of political imprisonment and exile from the perspective of five different coon of a family, each one narrating a group bendeetti chapters–the benedetfi father in Uruguay, and his wife, daughter, father, and best friend, all exiled in Argentina–and in between are chapters narrating Benedetti’s own experience of political exile.

And, in the end, it holds out hope: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. To ask other readers questions about Primavera con una esquina rotaplease sign up.

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Santiago, imprisoned for his political activities during the military dictatorship in Uruguay, his wife, Graciela, living in exile in Argentina, their young daughter I read this book in English Penguin Classics, translated by Nick Caistor.

Y quisiera decir que me ha gustado porque la escritura es llana, sincera y hermosa que lo eso porque la historia es real aunque sea PopSugar Reading Challenge Mi parte favorita fue cuando menciona sobre las Rora estaciones de Vivaldi.


These compelling voices harmoniously coalesce into a riveting story of the irreparable damage of being torn out of your life.

Benedetti era un genio. I hope everyone can get a copy of Primavera con una esquina rota.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Jun 05, Mightyv rated it it was amazing Shelves: For him, life is static, his memories of their love the thing that has sustained him through the torture and now the sheer stultification of his imprisonment. Interspersed by some sections where we hear from the author in his own voice, relating some of his own experiences as a political exile, the book rotates among these characters, letting us see each through their own eyes, and through the eyes of the other characters.

And yet, this is not a story of heroism and revolution, nor is it a political manifesto; it is the story of people, of humanity, of its good and evil, and of its ambiguity. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

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Or will it be, for them, another kind of exile? Don’t know what to say right now. Trivia About Primavera con una Benedetti subtly and intricately weaves these narratives, as well as his own, into a story of loss, but also of life and its inherent power to move forward. English Choose a language for shopping. But he also talks of exile, giving us a rather more positive view of the possibilities and joys of sharing cultures.

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Primavera con una esquina rota by Mario Benedetti

Thanks for telling us about the problem. When the time comes There is a feeling throughout the book of South America as one entity, with exiles and refugees from the various revolutions in different countries drifting from place to place depending on where sanctuary can be found.

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? From to Benedetti lived in exile, and returned to Uruguay in March following the restoration of democracy. A variety of narratives styles illuminate the lives of Santiago, a Uruguayan political prisoner, his family and friends at home and in exile. Jun 23, Daphna rated it really liked it.