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Deep Rivers By José María Arguedas Translator: Frances Horning Barraclough Pages: Publication: Version: Waveland Press, Inc. I thoroughly enjoyed Jose Maria Arguedas' "Deep Rivers" and marveled at the ability of translator Frances Horning Barraclough to create a rhythm that seemed. Deep Rivers (Spanish: Los ríos profundos) is the third novel by Peruvian writer José María Arguedas. It was published by Losada in Buenos Aires in , Published in English:
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Ernesto, deep rivers arguedas narrator of Deep Rivers, is a child with origins in two worlds. News gets transmitted through Incan song called huayno, Yawar Mayu Lleras, an incorrigible and unrepentant boarder, runs away with a girl deep rivers arguedas the cordillera.
The son of a wandering country lawyer, he is brought up by Indian servants until he enters a Catholic boarding school at age In this urban Spanish environment he is a misfit and a loner.
The story begins in Cuzco, where Ernesto and his father Gabriel arrive. Gabriel, an itinerant lawyer, is looking for a rich relative called deep rivers arguedas Viejo' the old onein order to ask for work and shelter.
But he does not succeed. He then recommences his wanderings through many cities and villages of southern Peru.
In Abancay, Ernesto is enrolled as a boarder at deep rivers arguedas religious school while his father continues his travels in search of work. Ernesto then has to live with the boarding students who are a microcosm of Peruvian society and where cruel and violent behaviour is the norm.
Later, outside the boundaries of the school, a group of chicheras mutiny, demanding the distribution of salt, and a mass of Indian peasants enter the city to ask for a mass for the victims of epidemic typhus. This pushes Ernesto into a profound awareness: This deep rivers arguedas a phase of the learning process.
The novel ends when Ernesto leaves Abancay and goes to a ranch owned by "El Viejo", situated in the valley of the Apurimac, awaiting the return of his father.
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