José María Gironella
Los cipreses creen en Dios
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Los cipreses creen en Dios José María Gironella Esta cr nica de la poca de la Segunda Rep blica es la novela espa ola m s le da del siglo XX Jos Mar a Gironella relata la vida de una familia de clase media, los Alvear, y a partir de aqu va profundizando en todos los aspectos de la vida ciudadana y de las diversas capas sociales.. Los cipreses creen en Dios Esta cr nica de la poca de la Segunda Rep blica es la novela espa ola m s le da del siglo XX Jos Mar a Gironella relata la vida de una familia de clase media los Alvear y a partir de aqu va profundi
  • Title: Los cipreses creen en Dios
  • Author: José María Gironella
  • ISBN: 9788408050414
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Joaquim Alvarado says:

      Llegir aquesta obra s, abans que res, una prova de maduresa Fa no gaires anys crec que no hagu s pogut suportar el seu estil patrioter i imparcial Afortunadament, amb els anys un es torna m s flexible i sap valorar les coses en perspectiva De fet, la impressi que li queda al lector s que ha llegit tres llibres Una primera part, que li recorda els serials de r dio dels 50 o s ries televisives com Temps de silenci o Amor en tiempos revueltos El per ode que abarca des de la proclamaci de la Rep bli [...]

    2. Sol Misolmi says:

      Aunque el autor anuncia en uno de los pr logos que intenta ser imparcial, fracasa estrepitosamente Su ideolog a derechista, clerical y anticatalana es patente, y sus intentos de justificar a los sectores con los que l simpatiza mediante pobres recursos literarios atentan contra la calidad de lo que de otro modo hubiera podido ser un buen libro Gironella dota a todos los personajes de izquierdas de defectos personales que escasamente tienen que ver con lo pol tico el catedr tico Morales es un res [...]

    3. Brendan Hodge says:

      Gironella s novel is epic in length, but in structure what makes it interesting is that it focuses on a set of people who all know each other, at least by sight, in the provincial capitol of Gerona The novel covers roughly five years, ending just a week into the civil war, in July of 1936 The expansive plot gives you a chance to get a fair and often affectionate acquaintance with a range of characters on all sides of this most complicated of wars.After proceeding at a leisurely pace for much of [...]

    4. Iñaki Tofiño says:

      Empiezas a leer y piensas, bueno, que no est tan mal, que presenta una visi n m s o menos ecu nime de la Espa a republicana, que quiz s no es tan maniqueo como esperabas, aunque, claro, si se public en 1953, tiene que tener truco Y, efectivamente, lo tiene De una visi n m s o menos amplia de las diferentes opiniones y de los diferentes partidos pol ticos se va llegando a un reduccionismo que justifica el alzamiento militar de igual forma, la presencia de Falange pasa de ser una an cdota m s o me [...]

    5. Colleen says:

      Do you want an alternative view of the Spanish Civil War This is a wonderfully written novel, although long, giving you a view of the non Communist side of the Spanish Civil War ie Ernest Hemminway fought on the Communist side For Whom the Bell Tolls The Communists were very cruel and they killed many innocent women and children, including nuns who were in NO WAY involved in political issues I think this book gives a balanced view of this confusing time, it tells terrible stories about both side [...]

    6. El Segoviano says:

      El ejemplar que yo le era de casa de mis padres y alguien lo debe de tener porque desapareci , el actual procede de casa de los padres de Conchi y por completar la trilog a nos lo hemos adjudicado.En la epoca que lo le no firmaba los libros, entre otras cosas porque no eran solo m os, pero la trilog a que se inaugura con este libro sencillamente me pareci fant stica.Recrea la vida de una familia durante la guerra civil espa ola y est escrita, como la recuerdo, muy bien.Su lectura fue muy interes [...]

    7. Jc says:

      Esto ser a un libro muy bueno si no fuera tan largo El tema es muy bueno la vida de una familia normal, en Girona, en los a os 31 a 36 Pero durante 600 paginas no pasa nada, el autor describe los varios personajes pero de manera tan mala que tardas mucho en saber qui n es socialista, qui n comunista A pesar de tardar 600 paginas en establecer el conjunto de la cena, nada explica como tantos se convierten de individuos normales en asesinos Lo que JMG muestra bien es el foll n que era Espa a, espe [...]

    8. Frank says:

      Excellent book It offers a human insight into how residents of a small town were drawn to opposing viewpoints and later progressed down an irreversible path to violence Using one family as the center of unfolding events was a great vehicle to show how all of the various views and characters intersected together.I was unable to put down the book over the final pages, and was greatly moved by the books conclusion.I am bummed that the subsequent book, One Million Deaths appears rare and expensive

    9. Benedict Waldstein says:

      The spanish war and Peace This book is much better than the red horse which is sort of the Italian version It is hard to compare to the big English novel Middlmarch it is a lot sensational which makes sense since it is spanish a must read for all lovers of the big novel.

    10. Jeraviz says:

      Novela imprescindible para comprender los comienzos del siglo XX en Espa a.

    11. Francisco Acuna says:

      Excellent depiction of the day to day conditions preceding the Spanish Civil War Although it may seem long and painfully detailed, it is said approach that kidnaps the reader into the narrated events Reading this book feels like living through it A great literary work

    12. Marisa says:

      Lo le hace muchos a os y la historia me pareci impactante.

    13. Felipe Lazo says:

      This book deserves two stars to me but I m putting one start to enforce one thing don t read this book Or don t read it unless you accomplish one of two conditions 1 You re from Spain or you lived somehow the civil war.2 You know a lot from the civil war.I read an edition containing about 762 pages 600 of this pages were a boring story about a family and almost nothing interesting happened In addition, some things were assumed as obvious by the author and they were not, so the story feels incomp [...]

    14. Betsy says:

      I had the opportunity to read this book while traveling in Spain, in the town of Girona where it takes place I had wondered if the quote I had read dubbing it the Spanish War and Peace was an overstatement, but it most decidedly was not My hazy understanding of the Spanish Civil War was, probably like most Americans, a thin combination of Hemingway and high school world history class, but this brilliant fictional work puts faces to all the political splinter groups, and, like Tolstoy, deftly dra [...]

    15. Douglas says:

      98 days to read this book Or, that is, about 8 pages a day from March to June If you know nothing about the Spanish Civil War, this may be the book for you At the end of the book you are realizing that war is madness And for the Spanish Civil War madness squared If I had read this book 20 years ago I would have said this could never happen in America, this could never happen in America.

    16. James says:

      Epic in scope covering the five years leading up to the outbreak of the Civil War with an endless array of characters who represent the myriad confusing and contradictory political movements of the time, the resulting novel is majestic Anybody who wants to understand why the Spanish Civil War happened, and why various groups took the sides they did, must read this book.

    17. Doug says:

      Well it would have helped if I had found the glossary of names and political parties at the back before I finished the book It was intersting if a little long It certainly made the rightists look like the good guys in the conflict though there were plenty of atrocities on both sides Unbiased it wasn t, but it was a well written novel or at least the translator was good.

    18. Esmeralda says:

      Aunque le di varios intentos no he sido capaz de terminarlo La velocidad del desarrollo de la historia es tan lenta que termino perdiendo el inter s No pongo en duda la calidad del libro ni su escritura, sencillamente no soy la lectora adecuada para este estilo de obra

    19. Vicky says:

      I still need to read the second half It is an excellent book.

    20. Rebecca Diefenderfer says:

      The time investment is worth it

    21. Isabel says:

      A book that may seem hard to read The story is very good, based on a difficult time in Spain, and how people coped with it It is a book that will take time and patience but worth it.

    22. Veronica says:

      Too slow until now, lets see if it improves soon

    23. Ann Jones says:

      As complicated as the history it describes and as straightforward as the family at its center A bit of a slog, but totally worth it.

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