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En la ciudad de Ferrara, cuando la comunidad judía vive amenazada por el antisemitismo del gobierno fascista, los Finzi-Contini—una familia judía de abolengo—llevan una vida apartada en una lujosa villa, rodeada por un jardín majestuoso. Alberto y su hermana Micòl, los hijos de la familia, deciden invitar a algunos amigos a su casa, después de que a muchos de ellos los hayan expulsado del club de tenis de la ciudad. El protagonista de la historia, un joven judío de clase media, accede así a esta hermética comunidad—aparentemente inmune a las leyes raciales—, en cuyas reuniones convergen la política y la vida privada, y aflora el amor entre el muchacho y la joven Micòl. Sin embargo, el curso de la historia parece arrastrarlos hacia un destino funesto y abocarlos a precipitarse al abismo que se abre bajo sus pies.
Pocas novelas italianas del siglo xx han ocupado un lugar tan especial en el corazón de los lectores como 'El jardín de los Finzi-Contini', una conmovedora historia que entrelaza la suerte individual y colectiva de Italia en los albores de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
"Su obra maestra. Una historia de amor juvenil escrita con un dibujo portentoso de caracteres en el que hasta los menores de ellos están trazados con buril".
José María Guelbenzu, El País
"Una novela que se articula en torno a una voz narradora anónima que nos cuenta su mirada de la alta burguesía judía de Ferrara, su mirada de hijo de la clase media y su compromiso entre sentimental y social con esa clase".
Ernesto Ayala-Dip, El Correo Español
"Una de las obras clave de la novelística italiana del siglo XX, y también de la literatura europea".
Jorge de Vivero, Diario de Pontevedra

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  • Erie County Actual Estate Transactions

    05/14/17 ,via Buffalo News

    226 Miami St., Juan Lara to Tony Croce; Keith Szczygiel, $41,000. • 25 Harp, Kevlola to Deucemont, $40,000. 38 Joanne Lane, Lory Ferrara to Kim D. Desiderio; Russell F. Desiderio; Phyllis J. Hayes, $116,500. • 54 Demi-lune Court, Mildred M

  • Pottstown celebrates the arts with inferior merchandise Arts Walk

    05/06/17 ,via The Mercury

    Arranged Steel River Playhouse, Russ Ferrara, a guitarist with the two-person band Gray Dog Down, helped kids learn how to play the ukulele in between performances in the pressurize. Guests who visited the playhouse also got a chance to tour the building and

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  • Old San Juan Morcon Recipe

    sandwich rolls, sandwich rolls, soy sauce, black pepper, olive oil, eggs, pickle juice, sausage, sausage, white onion, tomato paste

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    butter, celery, vegetable broth, dill weed, tarragon, thyme, flour, garlic, half and half, lemon juice, olive oil, onions, paprika, potato, salt, hot sauce, salmon, white wine

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  • Women Filmmakers in Mexico

    University of Texas Press. 2009. ISBN: 9780292774377,0292774370. 310 pages.

    Women filmmakers in Mexico were rare until the 1980s and 1990s, when women began to tell feature films in unprecedented numbers. Their films have won acclaim at home and abroad, and the filmmakers have become key figures in contemporary Mexican cinema. In this volume, Elissa Rashkin documents how and why women filmmakers have achieved these successes, as she explores how the women's movement, film studies programs, governmental dusting policy, and the transformation of the intellectual sector since the 1960s have all affected women's filmmaking in Mexico. After a historical overview of Mexican women's filmmaking from the 1930s moving onward, Rashkin focuses on the work of five contemporary directors—Marisa Sistach, Busi Cortés, Guita Schyfter, María Novaro, and Dana Rotberg. Portraying the filmmakers as intellectuals participating in the famous life of the nation, Rashkin examines how these directors have addressed questions of national identity through their films, replacing the patriarchal images and stereotypes of the outstanding Mexican cinema with feminist visions of a democratic and tolerant society.

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Juan Ferrara - Wikipedia

Juan Ferrara; Born: Juan Félix Gutiérrez Puerta (1943-11-08) November 8, 1943 (age 73) Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico: M: Actor: Spouse(s) Helena Rojo

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Juan Ferrara, Actor: Verano de amor. Juan Ferrara was born on November 8, 1943 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico as Juan Félix Gutiérrez Puerta. He is an actor, known ...

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