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El mundo alucinante Free read ↠ 106 Â [Download] ➵ El mundo alucinante ➾ Reinaldo Arenas – Horticulturetrader.co.uk In the brilliant tradition of Don uixote and Candide this passionate novel by the author of Before Night Falls is a modern masterpiece of Latin American fiction Fray Servando priest blasphemer dueler In the brIn the brilliant tradition of Don uixote and Candide this passionate novel by the author of Before Night El mundo Kindle Falls is a modern masterpiece of Latin American fiction Fray Servando priest blasphemer dueler of monsters irresistible lover misunderstood pro. Captivating at times but overall not that great

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Phet prisoner and consummate escape artist wanders among the vice ridden populations of eighteenth century Europe and the Americas fleeing dungeons a marriage minded woman a slave ship captain and the Inuisition Whether by burro by boat or by the back of a whale Fra. Just a year before 100 Years of Solitude Reinaldo Arenas wrote his own magical realist novel El Mundo Alucinante or “Hallucinations” Surreal picaresue historical satirical and hilarious Hallucinations comprehensively represents the best of Latin American literature at this time Drawing parallels between the onset of Mexican independence and contemporary revolutionary movements Arenas focuses on the experiences of one man Friar Servando Teresa de Mier a true historical figure who was persecuted for much of his life for his strange preachings on liberation independence and the “fact” that Christianity had already been brought to the Americas by St Thomas before the Spanish conuista a theory which helped open the door for Mexican independence from Spain Thousands die in ridiculous and often funny ways the friar ends up naked most of the time and is constantly escaping prison This book makes fun of government the church and our interpretations of history It is brilliant

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El mundo alucinanteY Servando's journey is at once funny and romantic melancholy and profound a tale rooted in history yet outrageously hallucinatoryAn impenitent amalgam of truth and invention historical fact and outrageous make believe a philosophical black comedy The New York Times. First novel for one of my graduate courses that I actually enjoyed