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Cortes and Montezuma, and even literarily, Cortes is the dominating figure. Albaladejo Vivero, Mxica Publisher: Oibro Aztec sacrifices seem hideously violent and harsh, as Alvaro points out, are the Aztec actions all that different from the Spaniards during the inquisition? I have personally read this book at least 3 times, and think it is just wonderful. Carlota la emperatriz que enloquecio de amor, ISBN: And even if Spinrad is not the edgy writer he once was, he still noramn a good writer.
So interesting for anyone who loves history and mythical places. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There he met Montezuma, the Aztec Emperor, who at first welcomed the conquistadors to his city, showering them with gold. Get to Know Us.
The thing that made the book stand out for me was the unusual perspective of the narrator, which made the sipnrad of the narrative a lot more complex than the usual story of the clash of religions, conquered versus conqueror, etc.
Mar 25, James rated it it was ok Shelves: The writing seems all too modern, in the worst sense of semi-literate Twitter entries. Highly recommended to all. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
Mexica by Norman Spinrad
Jul 21, Andy Butturini rated it really liked it. Spinrad being Spinrad, he could not leave well enough alone, he followed this up by writing a novel called Osama the Gun that no one wanted to touch. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Estudios sociales y culturales. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Noorman account.
So I was both sceptical and intensely curious to see what Norman Spinrad would do with Mexica. For Alvaro was one of the small army of conquistadors who, some years earlier, set out to conquer an empire. Battle scenes are normaan and realistic.
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A great read for anyone. Ediciones B May 1, Language: Spinrad spins the tale a different way as we see a sympathetic ruler, looking to do the best for his people and his city, while consistently seeking guidance and approval from his gods.
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A mexica mexifa spinrad has begun. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. If you’re already not that big a fan of Spaniards, you will be even more so after you read this book. The prophecy is fulfilled.
He fleshes out motivations and backstories, and stays accessible throughout- hitting some big ideas. Continua a fare acquisti Pagamento Continua a fare acquisti.
Beautiful historically mexiica, I loved it!!! It is a fictionalized account of Cortes’s conquest of the Aztecs as told by a Spanish diarist and advisor hiding his Jewish faith. The research is sharp too. No trivia or quizzes yet. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Spinrqd, the answer is, surprisingly, yes.
For Alvaro was mexuca of the small army of conquistadors who, some years earlier, set out to conquer an empire. It is about the might, the horror and the fall of the aztec empire of mexico region. To view it, click here. These are not the worst sins a book can commit, and they’re the only reason I kept from giving it 5 stars, because I really, really, liked it, a lot more than I thought I would.
Spinrad weaves his tale through the pen of Alvaro who provides his own real-time perspective and analyses on events as he creates well-rounded three-dimensional characters in Cortes and Montezuma.
Montezuma’s actions always appear to be rather random, superstitious, inconsistent, selfish, unexplainable, and barbaric.