Viajes y ensayos, II. Crónicas y artículos peridísticos: 2 (Letras Mexicanas) (Spanish Edition)
Customer Reviews 1 A classic of gay Latin American literature An amazing account of the childhood, adolescence and early manhood of one of Mexico's most important and relevant poets, who also happened to be an "Oscar Wilde" figure. A very compolete introduction by Carlos Montsivais, another distinguished Mexican gay literary icon. Whether you are a budding gay writer or not, if you intend to do testimonial literature, this is required reading.
Florido Laude by Salvador Novo. Nuevo amor translated into English by Edna Worthley Underwood.
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Editorial Review Product Description In "The War of the Fatties," a campy, tongue-in-cheek retelling of an episode from the Mexican "Trojan War," naked fat women from Tlatelolco discombobulate Tenochtitlan's invading army by squirting them with breast milk. Told with satiric allusions to the policies and tactics used by Mexico's current ruling party, PRI, to consolidate its power, the play unfolds a history of vain rivalry and decadence, intricate political maneuvers, corruption, and unchecked ambition that determined the course of Mexican history for two centuries before the Spanish conquest.
Taken together, they provide a delightful introduction to Novo's later works and a light-hearted, historically accurate introduction to Aztec culture. The text is supplemented by a glossary of Nahuatl terms, notes on the historical characters, and an introduction that provides historical background and places Novo's works within their cultural context.
Mexico by Salvador Novo. Editorial Review Product Description Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Caridad Bravo Adams born on January 14, in Villahermosa, Tabasco August 13, in Mexico City was a prolific Mexican writer and the most famous telenovela writer worldwide.
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She was born to a couple of Cuban actors and she was part of an extended family of artists, being the sister of Venezuelan actor Leon Bravo, one of the pioneers of theater, radio and TV in Venezuela. She became a chair member of the Ateneo Mexicano de Mujeres and later moved back to Cuba, where she wrote the radionovela Yo no creo en los hombres, which was adapted in Mexico for telenovelas in and Upon the rise of Fidel Castro, she returned to Mexico, where she would remain the rest of her life.
She then wrote La intrusa, Bodas de odio and other novels that earned her important awards. Caridad Bravo Adams can easily be identified as the Margaret Mitchell of telenovelas. Though she has her own style of writing Caridads most successful stories are the ones in which she deals with the Margaret Mitchell-like topic of loveless marriage and the process of conquering ones wife. Just like Mitchell, Caridad explores the human psychology from the perspective The length of the article is words.
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