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"The deep rivers" by José María Arguedas

“In deep rivers, the masterpiece of Latin American literature, Ernesto, a sensitive adolescent torn between his affection for the Indians, who raised him, and his belonging to the landed class, will discover on his travels through Peru with his father, and in his stay in a religious boarding school, that starting out in the adult world is a painful process, full of disappointments and difficulties.”

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The deep rivers / José María Arguedas; edition of Ricardo González Vigil. — Madrid: Chair, DL 1995.

462 pages ; 18 cm. — (Hispanic letters; 392).

Bibliography: p. 113-133.

DL M 14963-1995. — ISBN 84-376-1321-3


PQ 8497.A65 R5 1995

R. 75401000