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  • 122 pages
  • Balada de otro tiempo
  • José Luis González
  • English
  • 22 January 2016
  • 9780299206949

3 thoughts on “Balada de otro tiempo

  1. Celina Celina says:

    La historia es sencilla casi elemental una esposa huye con un empleado y su marido los busca para hacer lo ue manda la tradición y la masculinidad El autor partidario de la independencia puertorriuena exiliado en México añade comentarios politicos de fondo Buena lectura


  2. Elise Elise says:

    The foreword had me excited to see the parallels between the story and Puerto Rican politics and history but I don't know enough about those or wasn't literarily astute enough to discern them Would love to discuss with someone familiar


  3. Christina Christina says:

    I had to read this for class and I was pleasantly surprised by how beautiful it is Very uick read but very well done


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Balada de otro tiempo❰KINDLE❯ ❃ Balada de otro tiempo Author José Luis González – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A haunting almost uncanny tale of love and honor in which the three main characters move through a world of secret passions and silences Set in Puerto Rico scenes of impoverished farmers madwomen and A haunting almost uncanny tale of love and honor in which the three main Balada de Kindle - characters move through a world of secret passions and silences Set in Puerto Rico scenes of impoverished farmers madwomen and men in coffee shops and cafes combine to form a blend of voices and landscapes whose essence can be distilled into three words tobacco coffee and sugar Asa Zatz must be praised for bringing into his English version the beauty and melody of Gonzalez's Spanish original Marjorie Agosin New York Times Book Review.


About the Author: José Luis González

José Luis González was a Puerto Rican essayist novelist short story writer university professor Balada de Kindle - and journalist who lived most of his life in exile in Mexico due to his pro independence political views He is considered to be one of the most important Puerto Rican authors of the th century particularly for his book Puerto Rico The Four Storeyed Country and Other Essays which was first publ.