Grimanesa Martina Mato Usandivaras de Turner, dite Clorinda Matto (Cuzco, 11 septembre En , elle devint rédactrice en chef de El Perú Ilustrado à Lima, alors que paraissait son roman Aves sin nido (“Oiseaux sans nid”), qui la rendit. La novela Aves sin nido (), de la peruana Clorinda Matto de Turner, propo Aves sin nido tells the story of Fernando and Lucia Marin, a young couple. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Michelle Farfán and others published Un análisis de la modernidad en “Aves sin nido”.

Author: Vule Kazrazil
Country: Mauritania
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Medical
Published (Last): 23 May 2013
Pages: 32
PDF File Size: 19.49 Mb
ePub File Size: 1.60 Mb
ISBN: 521-4-33162-512-1
Downloads: 47635
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Brakora

I definitely think df lost a lot through translation from the original Spanish version. Peru was not an easy place to be at the turn of the twentieth century.

The finale was just too predictable. Unable to improve her financial situation in Tinta, Matto de Turner moved to Arequipa where she worked as editor in chief at the newspaper La Bolsa Americana. Goodreads is the world’s largest site cloriinda readers with over 50 million reviews. The proposed solution, Westernizing them, is not popular these days, and she definitely gives an exoticized picture of them.

Aves Sin Nido : Clorinda Matto de Turner :

Inshe visited Europe for the first time in her life, she made sure to carefully document this in the book Viaje de Recreo Trip of Amusement. Published July 20th by Stockcero first published September 5th She originally had one “T” in her last name, but after studying the Inca culture she added the extra “T” to give the name an Inca avee. An early novel of Peru, written in the late ‘s and by a woman, making it an even more unusual work. Clornda edition follows the original version in Spanish, but comprises no less than notes, adding more than to the author’s own 58 lexicographic annotations on Quecha and Spanish unusual terms, so necessary to grasp the real power of her prose.


Inshe moved to Buenos AiresArgentinawhere she continued her literary activities. The book has value for Latin American scholars, historians, sociologists and political scientists but I don’t recommend it for the general reader.

Clorinda Matto de Turner 11 September in Cusco — 25 October was a Peruvian writer who lived during the early years of Latin American independence. I’ve read many natural realism novels of the time, most with a rotten priest too including Zola, Azuela, De Queiros, Galdos.

Shortly after their marriage they moved to Tintawhere they lived for 10 years. It takes place in a rura This is a mild natural realism tale written in by this Peruvian author and was a hit at the time both for the story and the outrage caused.

Aves sin nido

This annotated edition constitutes an important reading for all students of the indigenous cultures of South America. The lot of the peasants, though apt for finances, did not bring the true dirt and poverty at the forefront – Juan and Manuel were perhaps too nice and unrounded.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. She also wrote the drama Himacc-Suacc and translated the four Gospels into Quechuaa language spoken by the indigenous people in Peru. If you are at all interested in 19th-century Latin America, this book is worth reading, if only to consider the passion with which Clorihda attacked the hypocrisy and corruption of the three powers ecclesiastical, executive, judicial.


Her own independence inspired women throughout the region as her writings sparked controversy in her own culture. Clorinda Matto de Turner’s classic novel in a new, annotated edition. The chaste love angle is between Margarita and Manual Sebastian’s son. However, at least it’s a step in the right direction by the Europeanized side of Latin American culture.

About Clorinda Matto de Turner. These descriptions happen to be excruciatingly important given that they highlight a pretty salient critique on the bourgeoisie. In addition to listing the books, I wrote about sentences to myself — sometimes they were plot reminders, sometimes commentary on the books.

Growing up in Cuzco, the former Inca capital, Matto spent most of her days on her family’s estate, Paullo Dd, which is near the village of Coya. These novels talk about the indigenous people getting stripped of all their civil rights as well as getting persecuted by the community and the self-indulgent se.

She found work as a journalistwith local and foreign papers. The plot is soap-opera-ish and husband and wife exchange conversation that reads like a newspaper editorial. Book ratings by Goodreads.

InMatto de Turner became clorindw of El Peru Ilustradowhere she published many of her novels. She published three novels between and