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by Mercedes Cabello De Carbonera,Oswaldo Voysest

Author: Mercedes Cabello De Carbonera,Oswaldo Voysest
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: Spanish
Publisher: Stockcero (August 1, 2007)
Pages: 216 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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Blanca Sol book Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera is also the author of the novels Sacrificio y recompensa (1886); Los amores de Hortensia (Una historia.

Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera is also the author of the novels Sacrificio y recompensa (1886); Los amores de Hortensia (Una historia contemporanea) (1887); Eleodora (1887); Las consecuencias (1889); El conspirador (1892). Additionally, she published the following essays in book form: La novela moderna. Estudio filosofico (1892); La Religion de la Humanidad.

Cabello De Carbonera, Mercedes, 1845-1909. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Microfilm. You can read Blanca Sol (Novela Social) by Cabello De Carbonera, Mercedes, 1845-1909 in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

Blanca Sol Novela Social. by Mercedes Cabello De Carbonera. Esta importante novela examina diferentes aspectos de la sociedad limena en busca de razones que expliquen la decadencia del Peru

Blanca Sol Novela Social. Esta importante novela examina diferentes aspectos de la sociedad limena en busca de razones que expliquen la decadencia del Peru. La corrupcion politica, la funcion del matrimonio, el rol de la mujer en la sociedad y el papel de la iglesia son algunos de los temas tratados.

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Excerpt from Blanca Sol: Novela Social Siempre he creido que la novela social es de tan ta 6 mayor importancia que la novela pasional

Excerpt from Blanca Sol: Novela Social Siempre he creido que la novela social es de tan ta 6 mayor importancia que la novela pasional. Estudiar y manifestar las imperfecciones, los de. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at ww. orgottenbooks. com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

Blanca Sol: Novela Social (1889). by Mercedes Cabello De Carbonera 10 September 2010. Blanca Sol: Novela Social (Classic Reprint). by Mercedes Cabello De Carbonera 9 September 2018.

A bestseller in its time with four published editions, Blanca Sol (1889) was a highly controversial novel when it first appeared. Thought by many to be a roman à clef about a well-known woman of Lima's high society, Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera (1842-1909) distanced herself from this criticism by making substantial changes for the second edition and by including a prologue stating her intentions of writing a realist novel, a social novel, inspired in reality, but not a copy. With a well earned reputation as an outspoken feminist writer and contributor to cultural journals in Peru and abroad with essays such as «La influencia de la mujer en la civilización» and «Necesidad de una industria para la mujer», Mercedes Cabello explores in Blanca Sol the consequences of social climbing, adulation, vanity, and excessive narcissistic infatuation, while also criticizing loveless marriage. The eponymous protagonist wryly declares in this regard, «marriage without love was nothing but prostitution accepted by society». The novel tells the story of Blanca Sol's move to social heights, and then her descent into prostitution. Blanca marries a wealthy simpleton to save her family from their lost fortune and maintain her social position. While she lives the life of a socialite, her husband goes into bankruptcy as a result of Blanca's lifestyle. Faced with penury, six children to support, and a husband confined in an insane asylum due to the combined effect of financial insolvency and marital failure, Blanca Sol follows what she thinks is the only road to maintain her past lifestyle: prostitution. Defiant up to the very end, she seeks to take revenge despising society «and scoffing at virtue and morality». Blanca Sol presents many of the themes Mercedes Cabello writes in her essays: pretense, excessive materialism, marriage for convenience, and women's education. The novel combines melodrama and realistic techniques to portrait the vices of Blanca Sol and examine a society that, in the eyes of the author, values gold above all. As Mazquiarán de Rodríguez points out, many critics consider Blanca Sol to be «the first naturalistic attempt at a novel to appear in Peru». Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera is also the author of the novels Sacrificio y recompensa (1886); Los amores de Hortensia (Una historia contemporánea) (1887); Eleodora (1887); Las consecuencias (1889); El conspirador (1892). Additionally, she published the following essays in book form: La novela moderna. Estudio filosófico (1892); La Religión de la Humanidad. Carta al señor D. Juan Enrique Lagarrigue (1893); El conde León Tolstoy (1894). This new critical edition of Mercedes Cabello's novel -fully annotated, conveniently priced, and easily available in the U.S.- is suited for courses on 19th century Latin American literature, women studies that focus on Latin America, Latin American Studies, and literature and cultural surveys on Latin America.