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Lope de Aguirre, príncipe de la libertad By Miguel Otero Silva Lope de Aguirre pr ncipe de la libertad Lope de Aguirre pr ncipe de la libertad no es s lo una nueva interpretaci n literario de una de las figuras m s controvertidas y singulares de la historio de los conquistadores espa oles en Am rica
  • Title: Lope de Aguirre, príncipe de la libertad
  • Author: Miguel Otero Silva
  • ISBN: 9788432203503
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lope de Aguirre, príncipe de la libertad By Miguel Otero Silva
    Lope de Aguirre, príncipe de la libertad By Miguel Otero Silva Lope de Aguirre, pr ncipe de la libertad no es s lo una nueva interpretaci n literario de una de las figuras m s controvertidas y singulares de la historio de los conquistadores espa oles en Am rica, sino tambi n una visi n in dito de zonas esenciales del vivir americano y una creaci n novelesca poderosamente Original que se inserta en la plena madurez de la escritura de sLope de Aguirre, pr ncipe de la libertad no es s lo una nueva interpretaci n literario de una de las figuras m s controvertidas y singulares de la historio de los conquistadores espa oles en Am rica, sino tambi n una visi n in dito de zonas esenciales del vivir americano y una creaci n novelesca poderosamente Original que se inserta en la plena madurez de la escritura de su autor Bas ndose en el hecho cierto de que Bol var auspici la difusi n de lo corto de rebeld a dirigida por Lope de Aguirre al rey Felipe II de Espa a, Otero Silva presento al ins lito conquistador espa ol, insurrecto contra su monarca, como una figura inflamada y prof tica que anuncia el destino de los libertadores y se sit a en la ra z misma de la fundaci n del independentismo aut ctono americano Una extremo variedad de t cnicas desde el di logo dram tico hasta el relato objetivo, pasando por el mon logo interior ilumina esta narraci n de sombr a y alucinada violencia po tica, que nos llevo, desde lo tiniebla de los d as oscuros en la pen nsula ib rica, hasta la exaltaci n de revuelta liberadora en el coraz n del nuevo mundo As , Lope de Aguirre, pr ncipe de la libertad constituye a un tiempo una reflexi n sobre el ser de la colectividad americana y la creaci n de una magna figura individual que adquiere proporciones de alegor a po tica en un mundo de sangre y de transgresi n
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      Miguel Otero Silva

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    • Miguel Otero Silva

      Miguel Otero Silva October 26, 1908 August 28, 1985 , was a Venezuelan writer, journalist, humorist and politician Remaining a figure of great reference in Venezuelan literature, his literary and journalistic works were strictly related to the social and political history of Venezuela Before the establishment of democracy in 1958, he was repeatedly forced into exile afterwards, he was elected to the Venezuelan Senate.Born in Barcelona, Anzo tegui State, moved to Caracas at very young age, to study in the Liceo Caracas He applied to the Universidad Central de Venezuela for studies in civil engineering During this time, takes place his early literary activity, writing for magazines and newspapers, such as lite and Fantoches, and other university publications, besides entering journalism.During the Student s Week of the year 1928, Otero Silva formed part of a series of protests against the rule of then president Juan Vicente G mez see Generation of 1928 in addition to this, he also became involved in a military plot to overthrow the government Due to this, Otero Silva was forced to get into exile, in Cura ao There, along with Gustavo Machado, Rafael Urbina L pez and other Venezuelan expatriates, began preparing an invasion of the mainland across Falc n State, an operation that was unsuccessfully carried out in June 1929 During this time, Otero Silva worked on his first novel, Fiebre Fever , later published in 1939 By 1930 he had become affiliated to the Comintern, having plenty of interest for Marxist thinking.He was able to return to Venezuela following the death of the dictator Juan Vicente G mez in 1935 Taking advantage of the freedom of speech allowed by G mez s successor in office, Eleazar L pez Contreras, Otero Silva began writing humorous poetry in newspapers, with a certain political content Tagged soon as a communist, the government expelled him once again from the country in 1937 In these years, he went on traveling through Mexico, United States and Colombia.Otero was permitted to return after three years of exile Then, in 1941, he co founded the humoristic weekly newspaper El Morrocoy Azul The Blue Tortoise , along with Francisco Jos Delgado and Claudio Cede o, besides a leftist weekly, Aqu Est Here It Is.With the 1943 founding of the newspaper El Nacional by Henrique Otero Vizcarrondo his father , Otero Silva is appointed as the head of writing, coinciding with his decision for applying at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, to study journalism In 1946, he married Mar a Teresa Castillo, a fellow journalist, and graduated from university in 1949 Two years later, Otero left the Communist Party of Venezuela, claiming that he wasn t ready for political discipline, and to dedicate himself to writing He spent a year in Gu rico, investigating the history of the village of Ortiz, since its growth to its abandonment due to a malaria breakout The city served as inspiration for his next novel, Casas Muertas, which was published in 1955 The novel was awarded with the Premio Nacional de Literatura, and the Premio de Novela Ar stides Rojas that same year.His newspaper, El Nacional, was suspended twice during the military rule of Marcos P rez Jim nez Towards the end of the dictatorship, he was arrested for editing and publishing the Manifiesto de los Intelectuales Intellectuals Manifesto , a text attacking the P rez Jim nez administration.After Marcos P rez Jim nez was overthrown in 1958, Otero was awarded with the National Prize of Journalism, and also elected to the Venezuelan Senate, representing Aragua However, the newspaper was again the object of much pressure by the new government of R mulo Betancourt, for the leftist ideas of Otero and its suspected support of communism The discontent of the government was the cause for Otero to resign from the newspaper s body of writing.His works from the period include Oficina N 1, in 1961, and La Muerte de Honorio in

    495 thoughts on “Lope de Aguirre, príncipe de la libertad

    • I read this book during my freshmen year at middle high school and, inmediately, it became one of my favourites of all time I thought of it as a remarkable way to describe our culture in the country side of the capital how relationships between the people of a small town developed throughouth the short but deep plot.



    • Sinceramente es un libro muy completo, la verdad pensaba que seria aburrido pero simplemente resulto fascinante lo recomiendo.


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