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Amalia - 01 edition

Amalia - 01 edition

ISBN13: 9780195122770

ISBN10: 0195122771

Amalia by Jose Marmol, Helen  Translator Lane and Doris  Ed. Sommer - ISBN 9780195122770
Edition: 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Oxford University Press
International: No
Amalia by Jose Marmol, Helen  Translator Lane and Doris  Ed. Sommer - ISBN 9780195122770

ISBN13: 9780195122770

ISBN10: 0195122771

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Amalia was one of the most popular Latin American novels and, until recently, was required reading in Argentina's schools. It was written to protest the dictatorship of Juan Manuel de Rosas and to provide a picture of the political events during his regime, but the book's popularity stemmed from the love story that fuels the plot. Originally published in 1851 in serial form, Marmol recounts the story of Eduardo and Amalia, who fall in love while he is hiding in her home. Amalia and her cousin Daniel protect him from Rosist persecution, but before the couple and the cousin can escape to safety, they are discovered by the death squad and the young men die.

Similar in style to the romantic novels of Walter Scott, Amalia provides a detailed picture of life under a dictatorship combined with lively dialogue, drama, and a tragic love story.

Author Bio

Lane, Helen (Translator) :

Helen Lane has translated the work of Mario Vargas Llosa and Octavio Paz, and is the translator of Fray Servando's Memoirs for the Library of Latin America series. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Sommer, Doris (Ed.) : Harvard University

Doris Sommer is the chair of the Department of Romance Languages at Harvard University.

Marmol, Jose :