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Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Members save with free shipping everyday! See details. Declaring himself old and tired, he goes out to seek his own death and mysteriously disappears into revolutionary Mexico. In this brilliant novel, Carlos Fuentes imagines the fate of Bierce among Pancho Villa's troops and dramatizes the conflict of North America's two cultures locked in deadly embrace.
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Carlos Fuentes Connotado intelectual y uno de los principales exponentes de la narrativa mexicana, tiene una vasta obra que incluye novela, cuento, teatro y ensayo. Show More. Related Searches. A viva voz. Hasta el final View Product. Alack Sinner. Cantar de ciegos. Cuentos Completos. Cuentos sobrenaturales. Aura y otros cuentos. Las culturas se fosilizan El extraditado. Benjamin Arellano Felix.
Si para algo soy bueno, es para hacer la guerra El extraditado constituye el retrato implacable Desde una Entry Island Spanish-language Edition. Cuando un asesinato estremece la comunidad aislada de Entry Island, el detective de homicidios Sime PRH Grupo Editorial.
Gringo viejo / Old Gringo
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The Old Gringo
The Old Gringo Spanish : Gringo Viejo is a novel by Carlos Fuentes , written from to [ citation needed ] and first published in Fuentes stated: "What started this novel was my admiration for Ambrose Bierce and for his Tales of Soldiers and Civilians. I was fascinated with the idea of a man who fought in the United States Civil War and dies in a Mexican civil war. Its English-language translation became the first novel by a Mexican author to become a U. The novel is framed as the reminiscence of an unnamed female character "now she sits alone and remembers" , presumably Harriet Winslow.