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The Mangy Parrot: The Life and Times of Periquillo Sarniento, Written by… (original 1831; udgave 2004)

af Jose Joaquin Fernandez De Lizardi (Forfatter)

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Repeatedly imprisoned for his printed attacks on the Spanish administration, Mexican journalist and publisher José Joaquín Fernà ndez de Lizardi attempted, in 1816, to make an end-run around government censors by disguising his invective as serial fiction. Lizardi's experiment in subterfuge quickly failed: Spanish officials shut down publication of the novel--the first to be published in Latin America--after the third installment, and within four years Lizardi was back in jail. The whole of The Mangy Parrot (El Periquillo Sarniento) went unpublished until after Lizardi's death--and a decade after Mexico had won its independence from Spain. Though never before published in its entirety in English, The Mangy Parrot has become a Mexican classic beloved by generations of Latin American readers. Now, in vibrant American idiom, translator David Frye captures the exuberance of Lizardi's tale-telling as the author follows his narrator and alter ego, Periquillo Sarniento, through a series of misadventures that exposes the ignorance and corruption plaguing Mexican society on the eve of the wars for independence. Raw descriptions of colonial street life, candid portraits of race and ethnicity, and barely camouflaged attacks on colonial authority fill this comic masterpiece of world literature--the Don Quixote of Latin America.… (mere)
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Titel:The Mangy Parrot: The Life and Times of Periquillo Sarniento, Written by Himself for His Children
Forfattere:Jose Joaquin Fernandez De Lizardi (Forfatter)
Info:Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. (2004), 592 pages
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The Mangy Parrot: The Life and Times of Periquillo Sarniento, Written by Himself for His Children af José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (1831)

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EL PERIQUILLO SARNIENTO, LA OBRA MAESTRA DE JOSE JOAQUIN FERNANDEZ LIZARDI /1776-1827), ES LA PRIMERA NOVELA PUBLICADA EN AMÉRICA. EN 1816, POR ENTREGAS, MIENTRAS SE PELEABA LA GUERRA DE INDEPENDENCIA, APARECIERON SUS TRES PRIMEROS TOMOS; EL CUARTO FUE CENSURADO PORQUE CRITICABA LA ESCLAVITUD; NO SE PUBLICARON ENTEROS SINO HASTA 1830-1831, CUANDO SU AUTOR YA HABÍA MUERTO, DURANTE EL VIRREINATO, EN LAS COLONIAS ESPAÑOLAS ESTUVO PROHIBIDO QUE SE IMPRIMIERAN OBRAS DE FICCIÓN. LAS AUTORIDADES ESPAÑOLAS TEMÍAN A LA LITERATURA, PORQUE LA LITERATURA -LAS NOVELAS Y CUENTOS, LA POESÍA, EL TEATRO- ES UN EJERCICIO DE IMAGINACIÓN Y LIBERTAD, DE CRÍTICA Y REFLEXIÓN.
  CHIH-00-GO | Dec 12, 2019 |
La magistral obra del Pensador Mexicano. ( )
  renevegag | Mar 14, 2019 |
Entretenidas desventuras y venturas son contadas en esta biografía ficticia sobre "El Periquillo Sarniento". Fernández de Lizardi tiene un humor y picardía únicos, reflejados en los sucesos que acontecen al protagonista. Cabe mencionar que el crudo retrato de la vida en el México virreinal presentado en el libro es muy fiel a la realidad. ( )
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Repeatedly imprisoned for his printed attacks on the Spanish administration, Mexican journalist and publisher José Joaquín Fernà ndez de Lizardi attempted, in 1816, to make an end-run around government censors by disguising his invective as serial fiction. Lizardi's experiment in subterfuge quickly failed: Spanish officials shut down publication of the novel--the first to be published in Latin America--after the third installment, and within four years Lizardi was back in jail. The whole of The Mangy Parrot (El Periquillo Sarniento) went unpublished until after Lizardi's death--and a decade after Mexico had won its independence from Spain. Though never before published in its entirety in English, The Mangy Parrot has become a Mexican classic beloved by generations of Latin American readers. Now, in vibrant American idiom, translator David Frye captures the exuberance of Lizardi's tale-telling as the author follows his narrator and alter ego, Periquillo Sarniento, through a series of misadventures that exposes the ignorance and corruption plaguing Mexican society on the eve of the wars for independence. Raw descriptions of colonial street life, candid portraits of race and ethnicity, and barely camouflaged attacks on colonial authority fill this comic masterpiece of world literature--the Don Quixote of Latin America.

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