|Title||:||La pasión según Antígona Pérez|
|Number of Pages||:||122|
La pasión según Antígona Pérez Reviews
The way that the author shows how the papers and the publicity trick the civil just makes us think again that we shouldn't believe everything we actually see or read. Perhaps the author is actually trying to make us aware of the situation in the present day. The way that he used the imaginary country that is actually very comparable with some countries of America and the Caribbean is actually really clever. The only thing that I did not like was at the end; I thought that she actually TOLD Creon [...]
Un drama que incorpora elementos de la tragedia griega de Antígona con la situación que vivieron los estados latinoamericanos durante el siglo XX.Antígona cae presa por intentar salvar de la humillación unos cadáveres. A través de varias conversaciones que Antígona tiene con su madre, su mejor amiga, el obispo, la primera dama y el dictador Creón, conocemos la inteligencia de un personaje extraordinario y los retos que sufren aquellos que se entregan a la justicia. El coro de la prensa n [...]
Great book to read. Amazing literature, if you love freedom, passion, and courage, this book is perfect for you.
When I first started reading this book, I had no idea it was based on a greek tragedy. It was a great story with a very witty main character. She stayed strong through the end which made me like her even more. I only wished the ending would have been longer. 4stars.
Amazing and inspiring piece. It takes the Antigone story to a different -yet similar- Latin American context, at a time period where this story was a reflection of its politics.
This play is a great read, with witty play on words and a genius re-imagination of the classical story of Antigone in a fictional turn of the 20th century latin american dictatorship. MUST READ!
This retelling of the greek tragedy brings it to modern times beautifully