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Return to Book Page. Paperback0 pages. Published January 28th by Editorial Cultural, Incorporated first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To aoles other readers questions about Los Soles Truncosplease sign up. Lists with This Book.

Jun 02, Stephany rated it really liked it. A Good tragic play about 3 sisters that have lost everything after the Puerto Rico became a US territory. Nov 22, Jonathan Rosa rated it really liked it. Nov 05, Marianne Boricuan Bookworms rated it it was ok.

I found I disliked the book after my spanish teacher analized it to death. THe simbolisms were widly out of proportion and I had to be careful that what I was reading was really true.


Los Soles Truncos

For example, if I read: It COULD mean that he died and that the sun was just metaphorically there, but then, not even my teacher comprehended it. LIke I had said before, it’s pretty difficult to get into. It’s a book really difficult to get into, but once you do, its a great read. I really loved all the flashbacks and simbolisms trincos.

The ending was the best part, you wouldn’t believe it ended the way it did. Mar skles, Cristina rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is probably one of the best plays in Latin American literature, I loved every line of it, even more after reading for a second time in a Literature course at the University.

A year later I had a chance to see the play with one of my favorite actresses Johanna Rosaly as one the leading ladies, just breathtaking. Una de mis obras favoritas.

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Jun 29, Ben rated it really liked it. Hit right where it hurts. What is it like to live in a memory?

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Renowned Puerto Rican short story writer and playwright. Member of what was known in Puerto Rico as “The Generation of the 40’s”, a group of intellectuals headed by Lorenzo Homar. Trivia About Los Soles Truncos. No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.