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By Mario Vargas Llosa

Una novela mayor del PREMIO NOBEL DE LITERATURA 2010.
Mario Vargas Llosa se adentra en los angeles peripecia important de un hombre que fue leyenda.

La aventura que narra esta novela empieza en el Congo en 1903 y termina en una cárcel de Londres, una mañana de 1916.

Aquí se cuenta los angeles peripecia important de un hombre de leyenda: el irlandés Roger Casement. Héroe y villano, traidor y libertario, ethical e inmoral, su figura múltiple se apaga y renace tras su muerte.

Casement fue uno de los primeros europeos en denunciar los horrores del colonialismo. De sus viajes al Congo Belga y a los angeles Amazonía sudamericana quedaron dos informes memorables que conmocionaron a los angeles sociedad de su tiempo. Estos dos viajes y lo que allí vio cambiarían a Casement para siempre, haciéndole emprender otra travesía, en este caso intelectual y cívica, tanto o más devastadora. l. a. que lo llevó a enfrentarse a una Inglaterra a los angeles que admiraba y a militar activamente en l. a. causa del nacionalismo irlandés.

También en los angeles intimidad, Roger Casement fue un personaje múltiple: l. a. publicación de fragmentos de unos diarios, de veracidad dudosa, en los últimos días de su vida, airearon unas escabrosas aventuras sexuales que le valieron el desprecio de muchos compatriotas.

El sueño del celta (2010) describe una aventura existencial, en los angeles que l. a. oscuridad del alma humana aparece en su estado más puro y, por tanto, más enfangado.

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