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The eyes of the interred
Miguel ГЃngel Asturias
|Statement||Miguel Angel Asturias. Translated from the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa.|
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|Pagination||695 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||695|
The rhythm of his sentences is like music to my ears His novels include The Eyes of the Interred. C. He was a Guatmalan poet and novelist. D. Miguel Asturias won the Nobel Prize for literature in Tim likes to make people laugh. Jason like to make people laugh. “Some readers may have seen films, na[i]ve by present standards, which depicted a person in the agony of doubt suddenly taking up the bible, opening the book at random, and, with eyes tightly. In your eyes - book.
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'The eyes of the interred' is the last episode of Asturias' banana trilogy, depicting the brutality of foreign fruit industries and unsteady rather macabre living conditions in /5. The third volume of Asturias' ""banana"" trilogy (The Green Pope, published here inand Strong Wind, ) and the apotheosis of his saga of third-world expropriation and defeat by American capital.
It is now World War II; American allies, ""blond drunkards,"" demoralize the banana republic with insults and dollars while the newspapers improvise submarine threats to. Get this from a library. The eyes of the interred. [Miguel Angel Asturias; Gregory Rabassa] -- Describes life in the banana plantations of the United Fruit Company in Guatemala and is the outcome of the plot started in Banana Republic trilogy.
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Guatemalan author Miguel Ángel Asturias has written three books on how a banana company exploits local people, prevents them from competing with company-The Green Pope, The Eyes of the Interred and Strong Wind. Both Miguel and Gabriel won Nobel Prize for their works. Miguel Ángel Asturias was born in Guatemala City on Octothe first child of Ernesto Asturias Girón, a lawyer and judge, and María Rosales de Asturias, a schoolteacher.
Two years later, his brother, Marco Antonio, was born. Asturias's parents were of Spanish descent, and reasonably distinguished: his father could trace his family line back to colonists who had Born: Miguel Ángel Asturias Rosales, Octo.
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