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Gabriela Diaz Diaz itibaren Latin, Hırvatistan itibaren Latin, Hırvatistan

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Gabriela Diaz Diaz itibaren Latin, Hırvatistan

iam_gabrieladiaz

Bu kitap beni biraz şaşırttı. Sookie'nin ahırına daha fazla erkek olasılığı eklendi ve Quinn'in beni çok ilgilendirdiğini itiraf etmeliyim. Yarın kütüphaneye gidip bir sonraki kitabı almaya çalışın! Daha fazla bilgi olmalı!

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This book reminded me so much of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude with the strong themes of family and magical realism. I enjoyed the portrayal of contemporary Chilean Politics set against the back-drop of family life, and I thought Allende's technique of the political slowly encroaching on the family's lives very effective. All major events in the book were a direct or indirect cause of something political, and love how by the time Alba's adulthood is reached the Political becomes the main focus of the book without it ever really becoming a glaringly obvious process. Allende has used great literary form and techniques to raise politcal awareness in latin America (obviously a topic close to her heart as the neice of Salvador Allende) and the crimes of the Pinochet Regime. As a Neruda fan, I also loved the subtle references to him!