Estructura interna[ editar ] La novela no presenta bloques de contenido claramente diferenciados: todo es el transcurrir de las horas en el seno de la casa de una familia burguesa. Narrador[ editar ] En la novela se alternan dos puntos de vista. Por una parte, parece predominar el de un observador externo que se limita a explicar lo que se puede apreciar a simple vista. Pero en ocasiones interviene la voz de un narrador omnisciente que presenta aspectos que corresponden al interior de los personajes y que no se pueden apreciar a simple vista. A veces estas distorsiones son fomentadas, de manera intencionada o no, por su hermano Juan y por la Vito, y en ocasiones le hacen percibir el mundo como un entorno amenazante. El machismo[ editar ] Este tema se aprecia sobre todo en el personaje del padre, quien trata a la madre como a un ser cuyas opiniones no merecen ser tenidas en cuenta.

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Biography[ edit ] Early life and training[ edit ] Miguel Delibes at age six in a school photograph of the Colegio de las Carmelitas of Valladolid.

His father was born and died in the Cantabrian town Molledo , where Miguel spent many summers. The writer was named an adopted son of Valladolid in He served on the cruiser Canarias , which operated in the Mallorcan region.

In he secured a job as a cartoonist with the leading newspaper of Valladolid, El Norte de Castilla. His family grew during this same period. His son Miguel , who would later become a famous biologist, was born in After suffering a bout of tuberculosis , [11] he published El camino The road , his third novel.

The novel tells the discovery of life and the experiences of a boy who moves from the countryside to the city. The work constituted his final consecration in the Spanish post-war narrative. That year saw the birth of his daughter Elisa, who later became a graduate of Hispanic and French Studies. This last novel was existentialist in content and deals with a photographer who recalls his life on the brink of his retirement.

In , his son Juan Delibes was born. He would become a biologist like his siblings and fan of hunting and fishing like his father. The period was marked by the birth of his sixth son, Adolfo later a graduate in biology and a visit to Germany, where he visited several universities. The literary period opened with the publication of Viejas historias de Castilla la Vieja Old tales of Old Castile in , and Por esos mundos In these worlds in It constructs a story from a series of autobiographical anecdotes which evoke the rural environment of a Castilian village that has disappeared.

Camino later graduated in Philosophy and Letters. Also in that year, the film version of El camino, directed by Ana Mariscal , was shot. After his return, he wrote and published Cinco horas con Mario Five hours with Mario , which is considered his masterpiece. The novel is the monologue of a woman who holds a wake for her late husband while she recounts the memories of him. Her death profoundly marked the writer for the rest of his life.

Finally, on 25 May , he delivered his inaugural address to the Royal Spanish Academy. That same year, his twelfth novel Las guerras de nuestros antepasados The wars of our ancestors [20] saw the light. In the next three years, he published several books on hunting and his only book about fishing, Mis amigas las truchas My friends the trouts. Cayo , his thirteenth novel.

Due to its success, the play was revived several times. That year, he released Castilla, lo castellano, los castellanos Castile, the Castillan, the Castillans , a narrative anthology. In , the International Booksellers Seventh Congress that was held in Valladolid paid tribute to the writer.

The big title of this period was Los santos inocentes The holy innocents , published in The book is a form of social radiography that recounts the degradation of a rural family through the actions of the caciques of rural Extremadura. During this decade he published books on hunting, stories, and collections of newspaper articles. In , he was inducted as Doctor honoris causa by the University of Valladolid. In the following years he was named a favorite son of Valladolid, he published Castilla habla Castile speaks , got an honorary doctorate of the Complutense University of Madrid and attended the theatrical adaptation of works like The red leaf and The wars of our ancestors.

It won the Premio Ciudad de Barcelona. On 7 May , he was awarded an honorary doctorate by Saarland University , Germany. It was organized on the occasion of the National Prize for Spanish Literature and included a total of seven conferences and four round tables that dealt with the works of Miguel Delibes. His last major work, El hereje The heretic , [29] a tribute to Valladolid, was published in and was awarded the National Fiction Prize. The chair has its seat at the universities of New York and Valladolid , and has as its objectives to promote the study of contemporary Spanish literature, make this literature known in the United States and disseminate it through new technologies.

The book is a moving account of climate change. The events in memory of the writer in Valladolid during the weekend following his death. During the early days of March his health worsened, and on 11 March, the writer was in critical condition, conscious but heavily sedated, and his family expected his death within hours.


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