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El Senor Presidente
by: Miguel Angel Asturias
8437615178 / 9788437615172

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La descripción y la denuncia de las tiranías latinoamericanas han servido de trasfondo argumental a novelas de gran calidad literaria. EL SEÑOR PRESIDENTE, inspirada en la figura del guatemalteco Estrada Cabrera, elevó a su máxima capacidad expresiva esa línea narrativa y lanzó a la fama a Miguel Ángel Asturias (1899-1974), Premio Nóbel de Literatura en 1967. El relato constituye un descenso a los infiernos a través de la reconstrucción de una atmósfera de pesadilla, forjada por el ejercicio ilícito del poder y por la omnipresencia de la tortura y el miedo. La visión esperpéntica de la realidad y el lirismo descarnado logran la transfiguración de una situación histórica concreta en una realidad literaria autónoma. La novela El Señor Presidente se llamó primero Los mendigos políticos. Era un cuento que Miguel Ángel Asturias ya tenía escrito cuando en 1923 partió de Guatemala para instalarse en Europa. Asturias había sido testigo desde muy joven de la situación de desigualdad entre las clases, de la explotación injusta del campesinado y de la sensación palpable del miedo a los horrores de las dictaduras, pero no comprendía aún las razones por las que tales circunstancias existían y cuál era la forma de conjurar la situación.

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