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10 thoughts on “Prisión Verde

  1. says:

    Escrita en esas esas páginas se encuentra la realidad ue vivimos día a día como país y como sociedad Aún no llega el día ue nos liberem

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    Este libro me rompe el corazón cada vez ue recuerdo sus palabras Lastimosamente mi país en un país herido desde mucho tiempo atrás por sus políticos corruptos por su hijos desleales ue no valoramos las maravillas ue hay en él y despreciamos por por no ser tan desarrollado como otros Este libro hace ue prof

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    Creo ue le debía a la vida leer Prisión Verde ¿Triunfarán algún día los campeños? Su propia voz contestará en las luchas del futuro¿Hemos triunfando? No nuestra memoria histórica es efímera solo se llega a almacenar en la memoria a corto plazo uitemos las compañías bananeras pero pongamos mineras y call centers ¿ué obtenemos? Las mismas prisiones pero de distintos coloresSiempre ue pueda recomend

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    Simplemente deja en evidencia la manera descarada en la cual el Imperio norteamericano fue tomando posesión de todo sin importar la miseria en la cual nos dejaron sumergidos

  5. says:

    Banana novel Prision Verde Green Prison summaryhttpborninhondurascom201101banMy daughter has read this in Spanish and says it is worth reading I have not found an English or French translation so far so have not read it mys

  6. says:

    I have to say thanks to my weird teacher for telling us to read this It was so good i don't have words to describe this book

  7. says:

    I loved this book Such a great story

  8. says:

    Read this one at the insistence and constant recommendation of my dad and I have to thank him This book is a vicious and grim realistic portrayal of the totalitarian and imperialistic oppression both the dictatorship that plagued Honduras at the time and the cancer like insidiousness of the American banana companies It was a heartbreaking an

  9. says:

    Un libro ue todos los hondureños deberíamos de leer Ahora cuando paso por las campos bananeros o los campos de la palma africana reflexiono en como las grandes compañías se apoderaron de nuestras tierras y en muchas man

  10. says:

    el mejor libro muy realista

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review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Ramón Amaya Amador

Prisión Verde

A a mas de 14 idiomas Una de las obras mas leidas en historia de Honduras acercas de la explotacion. Simplemente deja en evidencia la manera descarada en la cual el Imperio norteamericano fue tomando posesi n de todo sin importar la miseria en la cual nos dejaron sumergidos

Summary Prisión Verde

La mas famosa drama novela de Ramón Amaya Amador publicada por primera vez en 1950ha sido traducid. Creo ue le deb a a la vida leer Prisi n Verde Triunfar n alg n d a los campe os Su propia voz contestar en las luchas del futuro Hemos triunfando No nuestra memoria hist rica es ef mera solo se llega a almacenar en la memoria a corto plazo uitemos las compa as bananeras pero pongamos mineras y call centers u obtenemos Las mismas prisiones pero de distintos coloresSiempre ue pueda recomendar a Ram n Amaya Amador Me uedo con la siguiente frase del personaje Maximo Luj nEn pol tica necesitamos algo distinto al caudillismo tradicional al compadrazgoal paternalismo de los gorgueras Necesitamos ue los anhelos de las masas trabajadoras se plasmen en un ideal pol tico y este ideal es un verdadero partido de trabajadores partido revolucionario de verdad Ya no debemos de creer en los hombres dolos de sus promesas est llena nuestra historia pol tica

review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Ramón Amaya Amador

De las bananeras hondureñas por las compañias transnacionales fruteras y el abuso del suelo patr. Read this one at the insistence and constant recommendation of my dad and I have to thank him This book is a vicious and grim realistic portrayal of the totalitarian and imperialistic oppression both the dictatorship that plagued Honduras at the time and the cancer like insidiousness of the American banana companies It was a heartbreaking and painful yet interesting experience to learn through the eyes of Martin Samayoa Professor Damian Cherara and Maximo Lujan along with those of so many oppressed and abused characters some of the history of my dad s native country The book is slow to grip so bc it is a thunderstorm of testosterone in the beginning but as the author keeps toiling through his story as do the plantation workers in the bananales the story folds you in and you start feeling the tragedies and injustices was your own The author employs some interesting shifts in tone and style and after a while you know what s coming when you see those changes The collouial and unrestricted and unconventional writing style added a personal and authentic tone to the story making easier to digest instead of sounding like a cold outsider looking at the disgrace with a clinical look I have to say I really liked that even if it feels clumsy and unpolished at a few points But this isn t a clean story I especially like the ironic sarcastic tone directed at the gringo bosses and there s a part in specific where the origins of one of the patronos is discussed that lashes out at the hypocrisy of racist white American Christians and the cruelty displayed by them At that moment along with many other thereafter I understood why this book was banned for so long sadly stifling it when it deserves so much To me right on par with Cien a os de soledad or othersCharacters wise I absolutely loved Maximo Lujan and although I knew his fate beforehand it didn t make it any less painful to read bc he was the first person who inspired the hope to change to demand justice in a people who were slowly forgetting they were human beings not beasts of burden One of my favorite moments was when he brought then the joy of reading the joy of escapism through books that made them feel a little less alone in a world that was so far from them and that they thought had long forgotten about them There are some truly beautiful idyllic descriptions of the plantations and the Honduran landscape that contrast with the descriptions of constant illness and death brought by the insecticides and malaria The themes touched on this book are still so incredibly relevant now in 2020 and in so many places around then world It is most definitely a must read and I m so glad for having read it Will now recommend this book any chance I get it is that good and poignantPs This book did make hate bananas tho Society has progressed beyond the need of bananas

  • 300
  • Prisión Verde
  • Ramón Amaya Amador
  • Spanish
  • 03 January 2019
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About the Author: Ramón Amaya Amador

Ramón Amaya Amador was a Honduran author and one of the most influential of the 20th century