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Please try again later. English edition Also In The news. A best-selling novelist and short-story writer in her native Mexico, Angeles Mastretta has also been gaining ilukinado audience in the United States and other countries where translations of her work are available.

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Her renewed interest in her past, which was also seen in several of her previous works, such as “Puerto libre” Free Port”El mundo iluminado” The Illuminated World and “El cielo de los leones” Lion Skystems from the death of her mother a decade ago, a loss she says was traumatic and left her “helpless.

Let us know about it. Again, the story is set in revolutionary Mexico. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Read more Read less. Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name. Book by Mastretta, Angeles. The vignettes, which repeat some of the themes of her novels, often feature stories of infidelity, and the stories are all set in the first half of the twentieth century in Mexico.


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kastretta Although she began her career in journalism, Mastretta always wanted to be a fiction writer, and she continues to pursue this career at her home in Mexico. Es la pregunta que abre, como una ventana, el libro que trata, entre muchas otras cosas, del arte de saber mirar, del recuerdo que llega en el momento preciso del olvido.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. In her debut novel, Tear This Heart Out, Mastretta relates the story of Catalina Guzman, who marries a young general at the time of the revolution, when she is still a teenager. Abriendo y cerrando los ojos, Mastretta escribe esta serie de relatos y vinetas que iluminan el universo cotidiano: New York Times Book Review contributor Alison Carb Sussman felt that Mastretta sometimes makes the novice mistake of telling rather than showing her readers what is going on in her story.


Personal memories are now one of the main engines of her writing, evidenced by her work “La emocion de las cosas” The Thrill of Thingswhich she describes as a “complement” to “El viento de las horas.

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The critic still praised Mastretta for the author’s “understated descriptions of Mexico’s social ills,” as well as how she “realistically portrays how people are bent by and eventually defy the evil that surrounds them. Is the information for this product incomplete, wrong jastretta inappropriate? Is this product missing categories? Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?