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Author: Jorge Icaza
ISBN: 8400068831
Pages: 321 pages
Publisher: Coleccion Archivos (December 1, 1988)
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
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e-Book El Chulla Romero y Flores (Coleccion Archivos/Pitt Latin American Series) epub download

by Jorge Icaza



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El Chulla Romero y Flores (The Loner Romero Flores) is a great book about a young man conflicted with his racial background, social status, and financial means. He despises his Native American ancestry because he feels it has made him weak and inadequate in a country where fair skinned people usually succeed. El Chulla Romero y Flores, one of Jorge Icaza's last novels, is considered by many, especially by important literary critics like professor Theodore Alan Sackett, to be Jorge Icaza's greatest literary achievement as well as one of the greatest novels of this century. Icaza incorporates every technique in the art of novel-writing to tell us Romero y Flore's story.

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El chulla Romero y Flores is a 1958 novel by the Ecuadorian writer Jorge Icaza (1906–1978). The book explores mestizo cultural identity

El chulla Romero y Flores is a 1958 novel by the Ecuadorian writer Jorge Icaza (1906–1978). The book explores mestizo cultural identity. The protagonist Romero y Flores is conflicted between identifying with either his father's Spanish descent or his mother's Amerindian origins.

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Online version: Icaza, Jorge, 1906- Chulla Romero y Flores. Related Subjects:(4). Icaza, Jorge, - 1906-1978. Nanterre, France : ALLCA XX, 1988 (OCoLC)597077204 Online version: Icaza, Jorge, 1906- Chulla Romero y Flores. Nanterre, France : ALLCA XX, 1988 (OCoLC)607769358. Colección Archivos, 8. Responsibility: Jorge Icaza ; edición crítica, Ricardo Descalzi, Renaud Richard, coordinadores. - Chulla Romero y Flores. Icaza, Jorge, - 1906- - Chulla Romero y Flores. Icaza, Jorge (1906-1978).

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Ricardo Descalzi y Renaud Richard coordinan la edicion critica de la novela del escritor ecuatoriano Jorge Icaza. La tematica mestiza de la obra es analizada en tres ensayos escritos por Gustavo Alfredo Jacome, Ricardo Descalzi y Renaud Richard. El espanol Antonio Lorente Medina nos ofrece una perspectiva profunda sobre los contenidos ocultos de la obra y Theodore Alan Sackett analiza la composicion, lexico y procedimientos estilisticos de la novela. Se incluye en esta edicion la cronologia y la bibliografia del autor.
Malaris
El Chulla Romero y Flores, one of Jorge Icaza's last novels, is considered by many, especially by important literary critics like professor Theodore Alan Sackett, to be Jorge Icaza's greatest literary achievement as well as one of the greatest novels of this century. Icaza incorporates every technique in the art of novel-writing to tell us Romero y Flore's story. But it is the deep emotions and fantastic actions that enthrall us most of all about this book. The characters in this novel are both comical and tragic. Romero y Flores is only comparable to Pavel Ivanovich Chichikov of Nikolai Gogol's novel Dead Souls. In this novel we meet drunken poets, sadistic lovers, cunnning thiefs, brutal detectives, an Ecuadorian First Lady . . . No one is kept out of this book. Quito's people have never been portrayed with such precision. Humanity has never been portrayed like this. Until now. The novel is so complex, that no one could summarize it in one paragraph. The best thing to do is get this book, read it and love it: take it with you everywhere -- I know I do.
Valawye
El chulla Romero y Flores is a young man whose extraordinary life is told to us by a master novelist and wordsmith, Jorge Icaza of Ecuador. This novel is extremely autobiographical. Romero y Flores is a complex individual, and Icaza employs all the techniques of novel-writing in order to show us, in depth, what Romero y Flores is thinking and going through. This comical-suspenseful novel, about a young man caught up in a web of lies, suspicion, money, and love, is Jorge Icaza's finest novel. His first novel, The Villagers, was great, but, as the renowned critic and personal friend of Jorge Icaza, professor Theodore Alan Sackett pointed out in his famous 1972 study of Jorge Icaza's novels, "El Arte en la Novelística de Jorge Icaza": all of Jorge Icaza's novels, beginning with The Villagers, and En Las Calles, were leading up to this one book: El Chulla Romero y Flores, his masterpiece. El Chulla Romero y Flores is complex, beautiful, and all together a wonderful novel!
MOQ
I want to point out that this is not for readers of Magic Realism. This is for readers of Crude Realism. If you like books about man vs. man vs. himself vs. reality...This is the book for you...
El Chulla Romero y Flores (The Loner Romero Flores) is a great book about a young man conflicted with his racial background, social status, and financial means. He is called a Chulla, an epithet used in Ecuador for men of mixed European and Native American blood, who try to fit in and pretend they are more European than Native American. He despises his Native American ancestry because he feels it has made him weak and inadequate in a country where fair skinned people usually succeed. And, instead of loving his father for passing on his light skin to him, he despises him because he raped his mother and abused her before he died. So he is conflicted by the love/hate relationship he has with his European side. Because he loves it for all the wrong reasons. And hates the Native American side for all the wrong reasons.
The story begins with Romero Flores getting a job as an auditor for the Bureau of Economic Analyses. He discovers secrets that threaten the country's most important business men and government officials and he is forced to go on the run, while his poor girlfreind lies in bed giving birth to their son. He realizes that the people he admired, the Ecuadorians of Spaniard/European ancestry are his enemies and that the only people who help him are the same people he despised in the beginning, the Ecuadorian Native Americans.
Please read this book. It's very important. I can't stress that enough.