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Miguel Strogoff

Miguel Strogoff

Escrito por Jules Verne

Narrado por Carlos J. Vega


Miguel Strogoff

Escrito por Jules Verne

Narrado por Carlos J. Vega

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4.5/5 (13 valoraciones)
Longitud:
2 horas
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Publicado:
Jan 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781611552867
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Descripción

Las hazanas del correo del zar. Entre los numerosos libros de aventuras de Julio Verne (1828-1905) uno de los mas emocionantes, por la cantidad de peripecias que ocurren, esta la celebre obra "Miguel Strogoff", la historia de un correo del zar que tiene que llevar un mensaje de gran importancia a una guarnicion sitiada por los tartaros, instigados por un traidor. La gran imaginacion de Verne logra que episodio tras episodio cautive el interes sin que este decaiga por un momento. Por esta razon, esta novela ha sido siempre una de las preferidas de Verne y ha sido llevada al cine en numerosas ocasiones. El efectismo logrado por Verne, quien aunque nunca visito Rusia da gran autenticidad a la narracion, esta reflejado en esta edicion.
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Publicado:
Jan 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781611552867
Formato:
Audiolibro

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Sobre el autor

Victor Marie Hugo (1802–1885) was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist of the Romantic movement and is considered one of the greatest French writers. Hugo’s best-known works are the novels Les Misérables, 1862, and The Hunchbak of Notre-Dame, 1831, both of which have had several adaptations for stage and screen.


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  • (3/5)
    What I like most about Verne's books is the way in which they may be read simultaneously as pure adventure fiction and as curious historical artifacts. The most famous examples of the second type are his science fictions works for both their astounding clairvoyance and fascinating misjudgments (like cities powered by compressed air), but in Michael Strogoff there is a perfect example of a different sort. Here we see a story whose setting is a giant stereotype. With the benefit of retrospect it's interesting to see Verne glorifying the Czarist state as one worthy of the protagonist's single-minded devotion, rather than as the brutal, regressive autocracy it is now well-known to have been. Verne's version of Imperial Russia is as a bulwark against a faceless horde of murderous, half-savage "Tartars". Again, with historical perspective a present-day reader almost can't help but envision this same story flipped to the alternate point of view, with the villains recast as a subjugated indigenous people struggling to regain self-determination from a distant overlord. Worth a read for its typically compelling Jules Vernian episodes as well as for its portrait of--not simply one man's, but an entire era's--ethnic prejudices.
  • (3/5)
    It is the 19th century. Michael Strogoff is a courier for the Czar, and is tasked with bringing a letter to the Czar's brother in Siberia. This is a very long journey, and there is peril, as there have been uprisings along the way. Michael is travelling under a pseudonym. It was ok. I found sections more interesting that included the women characters in the book: Nadia, who Micheal meets part-way; she is also travelling to Siberia; and his mother, who he is supposed to avoid, so as not to reveal who he really is.
  • (4/5)
    This is rather a different Jules Verne novel from any others of his I have read, being set entirely within Russia and featuring mostly Russian characters (with the exception of an English and a French journalist who are there merely for comic relief). The title character is a courier for Tsar Alexander II (the Tsar who liberated the serfs in 1861), who must make a desperate journey into a Siberia which has been invaded by the Tartars, aided by a Russian traitor. While the novel starts a bit slowly, the second half is exciting with a number of dramatic and some quite shocking episodes. The ending felt a bit rushed and was as cliched as might be expected. Overall, a good read.
  • (5/5)
    Great adventure of Michel Strogoff travelling across Russia is not only a story of courage and sense of duty, it is also an interesting picture of three amazing cultures- russian, english and french and their stereotypes.
  • (5/5)
    Esta genial a que julio Verne después de tantos años sigues encendiendo el cariño por la le tura
  • (5/5)
    This was an amazing book by Jules Verne. Not only was I taken along for the wild ride across Russia with all of the things it had to offer, but the twist I did not see coming and it managed to propel me towards the climax of the story and imbue the ending with so much grandeur. This is a darker Verne book, yet one that will surely be remembered and that I felt had a very strong plot-line, characters, and descriptions. Overall, a great novel!4.5 stars!
  • (5/5)
    Excelente