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La Sangre De La Sirena

La Sangre De La Sirena El mar fuente de vida y de muerte y el mundo de leyenda de la Breta a c ltica forman el tel n de fondo de esta narraci n realista y fant stica al mismo tiempo misteriosa y po tica como las sirenas

  • Title: La Sangre De La Sirena
  • Author: Anatole Le Braz
  • ISBN: 9788476518502
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • El mar, fuente de vida y de muerte, y el mundo de leyenda de la Breta a c ltica forman el tel n de fondo de esta narraci n realista y fant stica al mismo tiempo, misteriosa y po tica como las sirenas cuya maldici n constituye su n cleo.Anatole Le Braz con su escritura sensible y su erudici n de folklorista, nos ofrece un relato de belleza subyugante, casi hipn tica.

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    About "Anatole Le Braz"

    1. Anatole Le Braz

      Anatole le Braz, the Bard of Brittany 1859 1926 was a Breton folklore collector, translator and author.Le Braz was born in Saint Servais C tes d Armor, Brittany in France and raised amongst woodcutters and charcoal burners, speaking the Breton language his parents did not speak French He studied a degree at La Sorbonne in Paris He then returned to Brittany, where for 14 years he taught at the Lyc e at Quimper and gradually translated old Breton songs into modern French He also studied and collected tales and l gendes from Brittany writing extensively about the rural soul and landscape of the region.During most of Anatole le Braz s adult life, from the period 1880 to 1950, the Breton language was banned by the French government from being taught in schools, and children were punished or humiliated for speaking it.Le Braz was a member of the Breton Regionalist Union Union R gionaliste Bretonne or URB , a Breton cultural and political organisation created August 16 1898 and dedicated to preserving Breton cultural identity and regional independence.

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    1. 3.5En la Bretaña del siglo XIX, la isla de Ouessant una tierra llena de fantasía y misterio en torno a las doce siniestras sirenas o llamadas Morganas que conducen a los hombres a la muerte con su extraordinaria belleza. Una historia muy entretenida con el mágico folclore celta y las leyendas del mar.


    2. Year after year I put my trust on books published by José J. de Olañeta and they keep successfully delivering nice reading experiences. I love how the authors they publish are so little known and yet so very good. This time I was introduced to Anatole Le Braz, a French writer from the nineteen century. I had never heard from him before but I have my eyes set on a couple of his folklore books now.The Blood of the Siren is a peculiar short story. The events take place on a small island called Ou [...]


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