Vida cotidiana de las personas; Historia de México (Puebla); Obsesión del poder de Andrés; Conocer a Vives; Boda de Lili; Mujer busca ser. Cuando conoce al general Andrés Ascensio, Catalina es una muchacha que lo ignora todo de la vida. Él, en cambio, es candidato a. Tear This Heart Out (Spanish: Arráncame la vida) is a Mexican film directed by Roberto Sneider based on the novel of the same name by Ángeles Mastretta.

Author: Kikazahn Kebar
Country: Malta
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Technology
Published (Last): 9 September 2008
Pages: 32
PDF File Size: 8.74 Mb
ePub File Size: 1.3 Mb
ISBN: 180-7-49179-424-3
Downloads: 63821
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Kagor

There is no particular art to her writing style and the story is a dime a dozen, in Mexico at least. El libro ha sido distinto de lo que esperaba.

Jul 07, Cris Mtz rated it it was amazing Shelves: She thinks she’s in love, but only because she doesn’t know what love is, at least not yet. Mas que frase, me hace preguntarme que mas nos hace masstretta que pase para despertar Masteetta using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Es en este punto en el que Catalina, a cierto modo de escapismo, busca el amor en los brazos de dos diferentes amantes.

Oct 31, Laura rated it liked it. She’s a great character, as there are many others in this novel. Y veo que me he quedado corto.

His arrest due to accusations of murder give her a taste of the true volatility and uncertainty of being a political wife, despite his release viva few days later. Retrieved from ” https: Catalina does marry him, though, and she finds herself quickly immersed into a world of shady politics as the general ascends to the position of the governor of Puebla, Mexico. July Learn how and when arrancae remove this template message.


Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Necesito cientos de miles de estrellas para rankear cuanto me gusta este libro.

Arráncame La Vida

Al asistir a este centro arrahcame fue posible trabajar en sus habilidades en la escritura junto con otros reconocidos autores entre los que destacan Juan Rulfo, Salvador Elizondo, y Francisco Monterde.

Her own children, the children Andres mastretta with other women and that Catalina has to raise. Articles needing additional references from July All articles needing additional references Articles containing Spanish-language text. Catalina marries young, too young she tells us as the novel goes on.

arráncame la vida

It has very interesting political undertones as Catalina the protagonist marries Andres Ascencio, who is something of a politician but whose main role is that of the hand behind the curtain pulling at the puppets’ strings.

La metamorfosis de Catalina viene implicitamente en el libro y es algo agradable ver esos cambios. La primera novela de Mastretta.

Want to Read saving…. Ella fue un soplo de aire fresco y supo encajar sin fingir ser otra. As historical novels go, this one is anngeles good.

Andres isn’t in love with his new bride either, but she’s young, beautiful and from a good family, all a budding figure in the political arena may want -or need- in a wife. And she falls in arrancwme with him the night the orchestra plays the songs her father used to whistle when working at home. The novel is quite regionalized, it’s written by a Mexican woman whose mother grew up in that environment.


Claro que el General es el General y ella es una chica que va empezando a vivir.

Arráncame la vida – Ángeles Mastretta by Joselyn Cortes on Prezi

Eran tantos hijos que acabaron con todo?? Personalmente pienso que los libros son como las personas: Maximino was one of the last of the unfettered caudillos and his excesses as Governor of the State of Puebla help trigger political reforms to tame Caudillismo in early post-revolutionary Mexico.

Literatura mexicana que vale la pena leer. The story centers around Catalina who is barely 15 when she marries a general at least 15 years her senior whom anyone with half a braincell can tell is going to turn out to be a power-obsessed narcissistic jerk.

Pero, en pocas y honestas palabras, me cagan todos los personajes. Siendo el primer libro que leo de una autora mexicana, me gusto muchisimo. Lo recomiendo pero mas que nada para mexicanos, ya que dudo que los extranjeros entiendan la cantidad de “mexicanismos” que vienen en el libro, pero no seria una mala idea para aquellos que gusten empaparse de la cultura coloquial mexicana.

Soon, she’s no longer a teen but a woman with her own opinions and desires.