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Cuentos by Leopoldo Alas
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Cuentos (edition 1991)

by Leopoldo Alas (Author), Ángel Uriarte (Cover designer)

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El cuento no es m‡s ni menos arte que la ovela. ƒsta Žra la premisa bajo la cual se reg'a Clarin, una de las m‡s importantes figuras del naturalismo espa–ol. La precisi-n de los mecanismos narrativos, la fluidez de un relato aparentemente sencillo y la limpieza de estilo, convierten los cuentos de Clar'n en verdaderas joyas, que renuncian a efecto f‡cil de lo llamativo para recorrer el dif'cil camino de lo mesurado. Entre los relatos de esta antolog'a se encuentra: "ÁAdios Cordera!", del que se ha dicho que es: "...quiŽn sabe si el m‡s hermoso de los escritos en lengua castellana". / ÒA story isnÕt more or less of an art form than a novelÓ This was the ClarinÕs premise, who was one of the most important figures of Spanish naturalism. The precision of his narrative, the cleanliness and style of his writing, turn ClarinÕs tales into true relics. Among this audio book stories we can find: "ÁAdios Cordera!Ó of which it has been said to be ÒÉpossible the most beautiful writings in the Spanish languageÓ… (more)
Member:Eucalafio
Title:Cuentos
Authors:Leopoldo Alas (Author)
Other authors:Ángel Uriarte (Cover designer)
Info:Madrid: Compañia Europea de Comunicación e Información, Biblioteca El Sol
Collections:Your library
Rating:*****
Tags:literatura, prosa, narrativa, cuento, siglo XIX, realismo, naturalismo

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El cuento no es m‡s ni menos arte que la ovela. ƒsta Žra la premisa bajo la cual se reg'a Clarin, una de las m‡s importantes figuras del naturalismo espa–ol. La precisi-n de los mecanismos narrativos, la fluidez de un relato aparentemente sencillo y la limpieza de estilo, convierten los cuentos de Clar'n en verdaderas joyas, que renuncian a efecto f‡cil de lo llamativo para recorrer el dif'cil camino de lo mesurado. Entre los relatos de esta antolog'a se encuentra: "ÁAdios Cordera!", del que se ha dicho que es: "...quiŽn sabe si el m‡s hermoso de los escritos en lengua castellana". / ÒA story isnÕt more or less of an art form than a novelÓ This was the ClarinÕs premise, who was one of the most important figures of Spanish naturalism. The precision of his narrative, the cleanliness and style of his writing, turn ClarinÕs tales into true relics. Among this audio book stories we can find: "ÁAdios Cordera!Ó of which it has been said to be ÒÉpossible the most beautiful writings in the Spanish languageÓ

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