Flores de Verano
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Flores de Verano

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Description

On August 6th, 1945, a bomb exploded in Hiroshima that imposed a new order and a new way of viewing the world for those who survived it; Tamiki Hara was one of those people. In this firsthand account of the periods before, during, and after the tragedy, the author describes the confusion, destruction, and horror that he witnessed, as well as the best and worst of the human condition. Written accurately in a tone devoid of frills, Hara s words take on an almost poetic beauty as they record history.This is the first time that this work, which was censored for years in Japan because of its subject matter, has been published in Spanish."El 6 de agosto de 1945, estallo una bomba en Hiroshima que impuso un nuevo orden y una nueva manera de contemplar el mundo para los que la sobrevivieron; Tamiki Hara fue una de esas personas. En este relato de primera manosobre el periodo del antes, el durante y el despues de la tragedia, el autor describe la confusion, la destruccion yel horror que presencio, al igual que lo mejor y lo peor dela naturalezahumana. Escritas fielmentecon un tono sin adornos, las palabras de Hara asumen una hermosura casi poetica mientras recuerdan la historia.Es la primera vez que se traduce "al castellano "esta obra, lacual fue c"ensurada durante anos en Japon por su contenido."""show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 132 x 198 x 14mm | 240.4g
  • Editorial Impedimenta
  • Madrid, United States
  • Spanish
  • Unabridged
  • Translation
  • 8415130074
  • 9788415130079
  • 663,270

About Tamiki Hara

Tamiki Hara was a Japanese author and poet. Yoko Ogihara and Fernando Cordobes are translators who also collaborated on "Soy un gato.""show more

Review Text

On August 6th, 1945, a bomb exploded in Hiroshima that imposed a new order and a new way of viewingshow more

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153 ratings
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4 42% (65)
3 23% (35)
2 8% (12)
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