La forja de un rebelde has ratings and 32 reviews. José said: Desde hace tiempo tenía ganas de meterle mano a la autobiografía de Arturo Barea, hace. The first of the three volume book, The Forge, covers the Arturo Barea’s early life .. Decir que hay que leer La forja de un rebelde para entender la Historia de. La forja de un rebelde (TV Series ) Antonio Valero as Arturo Barea.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Oct 24, Bonnye Reed is currently reading it. Feb 05, Osama A rated it really liked it. Barea, a capable student, was bright and curious, instinctively independent, resistant to authority, and determined to free his mother from the grim life of a laundrywoman. Bought in Skoob books in or as part of a three volume autobiography.
While visiting Madrid recently, I finished “The Forge,” the first volume in this trilogy. Nov 26, Pippa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Vemos a la gente: If you love it as much as I did you very well may want to move onto Barea’s version. The third volume, by the way, is also the inspiration for a British punk band in the s.
Likewise, the last half of the last book is weighed down by pages of his teeth-gnashing over his nerves from the bombing. There was an unfortunate lack of context for the inter-party squabbling that was occurring, or regarding certain important political and military figures.
His theory blew his mind. Sergio rated it really liked it Jun 10, Nayat rated it really liked it May 26, The latter is remembered mostly for the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and its famous members. Worth a read if you want to understand the origins for this WW2 prequel. En algunos casos incluso demasiado manidas.
May 14, Megan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Retrieved 8 August His descriptions of people rising up to resist their aggressors are unforgettable, and brings home more poignantly and insightfully than any history the underlying conflicts, tensions, and complexities of the Civil War.
Umberto Rossi rated it really liked it Jan 21, Preview — La forja de un rebelde by Arturo Barea. A captivating coming-of-age novel, ideal to anyone who is interested in the Spanish Civil War. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. When you read Barea’s book you feel as though you are in Madrid and Morocco, drinking the wine, eating the food, and hanging out the endless mosaic of people that make up Spain.
Jul 09, Guillermo Arribas rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again. To ask other readers questions about La forja de un fojraplease sign up. Jenna rated it really liked it Sep 05, This copy was kindly provided to me in exchange for an honest review by the publisher via NetGalley. It is beautifully written and very well translated.
The Clash jumps ahead a decade to chronicle the yn in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War, from towhen Barea and his wife, Ilsa, left Spain for good.
La forja de un rebelde
Return to Book Page. As with many of his generation, he developed bourgeois yearnings and became a prosperous businessman; yet he also became deeply concerned about the greed, corruption, and injustice he saw around him.
Febelde trivia or quizzes yet. It’s seen from a personal point of view and I personally wish I’d read it years ago. Attempts at reform were repressed.
The title immediately pulled me in, and I grabbed it and purchased it without knowing who the author was or its specific contents. But what is most extraordinary about this brilliant memoir is the passion in which it is written. La ruta-tras regresar de la guerra de Marruecos, enfermo y desencantado, Arturo se aburguesa: He also does not give credit where it is due to the Anarchist struggle.
Deinos rated it really liked it Apr 13, I can’t recommend it highly enough. His main remark about it is that Ilse told him to do away with rhetorical flourishes. I have many things to say about this wonderful book.
The Forging of a Rebel by Arturo Barea
His account of the Moors during the batea could perhaps be contrived – i’ve yet to verify this over different sources but it was an attack on Hemmingway and his assessment of Spanish Republican soldiers which would have been far less biased, this is a shame because it smears what seemed like an honest account of history.
Jan 16, anna rated it liked it.
Recommended for history readers with an interest in early 20th-century Spain. This copy was ki Compelling, efficient, poignant prose; Barea strips his language of inessentials, rids it of all traces of verbosity, embellishment and sentimentality, u striving to be as honest as possible.