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by Gustave Flaubert

Free eBook Salambo - La Princesa de Cartago (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 8435060071
Author: Gustave Flaubert
Publisher: Edhasa (May 1997)
Language: Spanish
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Novela situada en Cartago, Salambó narra, en un escenario que recrea con asombroso detalle los esplendores y miserias de la Antigüedad, las peripecias de su heroína, hija del caudillo Amílcar, así como su historia de amor con el apuesto Matho. El fasto y la crueldad del ese mundo remoto, el fragor de las luchas, la angustia de los asedios, las tornas que se vuelven, el vigor de sus personajes, hacen sin duda de esta novela una de las diez mejores nunca escritas dentro del género histórico.

La novela describe la vida bucolica de la Francia del siglo XIX y simboliza una gran gama de deseos, que aunque hermosos . Madame Bovary de Flaubert, para quien ha leído lo mejor de la literatura universal, no precisa evaluación.

La novela describe la vida bucolica de la Francia del siglo XIX y simboliza una gran gama de deseos, que aunque hermosos, son tambien inalcanzables. Madame Bovary trata de ser una heroina tanto como Yonville intenta ser Paris. LUGARES COMUNES Y SILUETAS DE ALGUNOS PERSONAJES DE : ROSA - UNA HISTORIA DE AMOR. El segundo nivel era un cubo, con lados de dimensiones proporcionales al primero y, dos metros en vuelo que proporcionaba, a éste una galería perimetral continua.

Salammbô, Gustave Flaubert Salammbô (1862) is a historical novel by Gustave Flaubert.

466. 0. Published: 2006. Gustave flaubert series: Sentimental Education; Or, The History of a Young Man. Other author's books

Una novela del siglo XIX?, bueno, será algún tostón romántico  . De la intensidad del trabajo de Flaubert da idea el hecho de que, para escribir esta novela, se desplazó en dos ocasiones a visitar las ruinas de Cartago para empaparse in situ de aquella cultura. El líder de la rebelión, el libio Matho, espera conquistar Cartago y también a la hermosa Salambó, hija de Amílcar Barca y sacerdotisa de la diosa Tanit. Sin duda, Salambó es uno de los hitos fundamentales de la novela histórica.

Gustave Flaubert (UK: /ˈfloʊbɛər/ FLOH-bair, US: /floʊˈbɛər/ floh-BAIR, French: ; 12 December 1821 – 8 May 1880) was a French novelist. Highly influential, he has been considered the leading exponent of literary realism in his country. He is known especially for his debut novel Madame Bovary (1857), his Correspondence, and his scrupulous devotion to his style and aesthetics. The celebrated short story writer Guy de Maupassant was a protégé of Flaubert.

More books by Gustave Flaubert. La tentation de Saint Antoine. Evil triumphs over evil. The book is a combination of history and myth not unlike Homer’s Iliad. Like the Iliad it is a larger than life epic, but this tale has neither poetry nor heroes.

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Ubranzac
Excelente libro ya que corresponde a un clásico de la literatura, sin embargo la versión para la Kindle no es amigable.
Honeirsil
Salambo is Gustav Flaubert's carefully researched "novelization" of the actual conflict (241 - 238 B.C.E.) between Hamilcar Barca and Carthage on the one hand and an army of disaffected former mercenaries on the other. It was first published in 1862.
Flaubert envisages a terrified city reduced to human sacrifice in an effort to save itself. Outside the mighty walls roils a horde of mercenaries bent on the utter annihilation of Carthage. All manner of horror (described in at times gruesome detail) unfolds during the war - torture, crucifixion, murder, cannibalism, human sacrifice.
The mercenaries are led by Matho, a charismatic Gaul of immense strength - but with a fatal flaw. A chance meeting with the exquisite Salambo, high priestess of the goddess Tanit and daughter to Hamilcar Barca, nearly proves to be his undoing. He becomes obsessed with her. He contrives to steal the veil of Tanit - an icon sacred to Carthage, without which the city will surely perish. Only Salambo, or so it seems, can save the nation. But at what terrible cost?
This wonderful little gem caught me almost completely by surprise. I actually did not read it but listened to the audio cassette. I would at times sit in the drive way outside my house unable to stop listening. While at first glance not what one might expect from one of the masters of French Realism (who wanted to hold up a mirror to the world and show both the beauty of the sky and the filth of the mud in the street), it is in fact a meticulously researched and accurate recreation of the world of Carthage after the First Punic War-- a world about which nogt enough is known. So it is in that sense, entirely in keeping with Falubert's body of work.
When this book was published there had been a surge of interest in Carthage (See also The Young Carthaginian by G. A. Henty). Surprisingly, to me anyway, many of the Victorians preferred the Carthaginians to the bully boy Romans -- perhaps because their sympathy ultimately lay with the vanquished Greek civilization.