Grimanesa Martina Mato Usandivaras de Turner, dite Clorinda Matto (Cuzco, 11 septembre En , elle devint rédactrice en chef de El Perú Ilustrado à Lima, alors que paraissait son roman Aves sin nido (“Oiseaux sans nid”), qui la rendit. La novela Aves sin nido (), de la peruana Clorinda Matto de Turner, propo Aves sin nido tells the story of Fernando and Lucia Marin, a young couple. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Michelle Farfán and others published Un análisis de la modernidad en “Aves sin nido”.

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Books by Clorinda Matto de Turner. The government officials, the military, the priests were a An early novel of Peru, written in the late ‘s and by a woman, making it an even more unusual work. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Clorinda Matto de Turner 11 September in Cusco — 25 October was a Peruvian writer who lived during the early years of Latin American independence. The proposed solution, Westernizing them, is not popular these days, and she definitely gives an exoticized picture of them.

If you are at all interested in 19th-century Latin America, this book is worth readi As a lover of 19th-century melodrama, I had high hopes for Matto’s “Aves sin nido. Views Read Edit View history. She majored in independent studies, which included PhilosophyNatural Historyand Physics. February Learn how and when to remove this template message.


Clorinda Matto de Turner

The book has value for Latin American scholars, historians, sociologists and political scientists but I don’t recommend it for the general reader. She also wrote the drama Himacc-Suacc and translated the four Gospels into Quechuaa language spoken by the indigenous people in Peru. Trivia About Aves sin nido.

Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Growing up in Cuzco, the former Inca capital, Matto spent most of her days on her family’s estate, Paullo Chico, which is near turnr village of Coya.

InMatto de Turner became director of El Peru Ilustradowhere she published many of her novels.

Inshe visited Europe for the first time in her life, she made sure to carefully document this in the book Viaje de Recreo Trip of Amusement. This annotated edition constitutes an important reading for all students of the indigenous tyrner of South America. Mar 08, Aura rated it really liked it. Overall I wasn’t too impressed really. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies.

If you are at all interested in 19th-century Latin America, this book is worth reading, if only to consider the passion with which Matto attacked the hypocrisy and corruption of the three powers ecclesiastical, executive, judicial.

The government officials, the military, the priests were all in on it, so much so, that they attack the home of a liberal couple from the city who try to work on behalf of the Indians.

Jun 08, Richard Rimachi rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. I’ve read many natural realism novels of the time, most with a rotten priest too including Zola, Azuela, De Queiros, Galdos. It attempts to honor women in constantly referring to them as quick-witted and moral. If you think the story is dramatic, then it may be a good idea to research the primary sources that back up the storyteller’s pointing finger.


Towards the end there is less realism and more intrigue as Fernando tries to remedy wrongly imprisoned people and Sebastian’s reformation for their children’s sake.

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They were not intended to be read by anyone other than myself. Lists with This Book. Mar 05, Carlos rated it did not like it Shelves: Published July 20th by Stockcero first published September 5th The finale was just too predictable. Even though she was of white ancestry, she did not agree with the oppressive treatment of Peru’s indigenous peoples, and she used her writings to speak out on their behalf.

Clorinda Matto de Turner’s classic novel in a new, annotated edition. I found this to be more of a soap opera than the protest novel it was meant to be.

Successive English editions restored the original ending and translator’s omissions.