CAMILO JOSE CELA THE FAMILY OF PASCUAL DUARTE PDF

The first two editions created an uproar and in less than a year it was banned. A new Spanish edition was allowed in This novel is fundamental to the generation of tremendismo named from tremendo, "awful, tremendous" , which focuses on the treatment of its characters and is marked by extended and frequent violent scenes. The novel is in fact considered the first novel of this style of writing, but also contains themes of extreme realism and existentialism : the characters live in the margins of society and their lives are submersed in anguish and pain; the archetype of this theme is found in the protagonist of the novel, Pascual Duarte, who has learned that violence is the only way to solve his problems.

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The first two editions created an uproar and in less than a year it was banned. A new Spanish edition was allowed in This novel is fundamental to the generation of tremendismo named from tremendo, "awful, tremendous" , which focuses on the treatment of its characters and is marked by extended and frequent violent scenes.

The novel is in fact considered the first novel of this style of writing, but also contains themes of extreme realism and existentialism : the characters live in the margins of society and their lives are submersed in anguish and pain; the archetype of this theme is found in the protagonist of the novel, Pascual Duarte, who has learned that violence is the only way to solve his problems.

The Family of Pascual Duarte has various narrators, the main being Duarte, who recounts his history in a rural dialect. The protagonist is from Extremadura and his life unfolds between and , years in which the social and political structures of Spain were marked by extreme instability. This time is one of the most agitated periods of time under the historic constitution. The novel has a clear religious theme, despite the author having never been devoted, and the references to God throughout it are numerous.

Characters[ edit ] Pascual Duarte: the narrator-protagonist. His life is full of pain and bad luck. He is a man of impulse and no conscience, which leads him to murder without scruples and as a consequence to spend his life in jail. She has total control over their father. She leaves their house and probably begins to work as a prostitute.

He dies from a rabid dog bite. She loses two sons, the first to a miscarriage caused by riding a horse, and the other, Pascualito, 11 months after his birth. He dies at a young age. He is cruel, especially to his son Mario. She hits her children and is unfaithful to her husband, Esteban. Finally, Pascual kills her for all that has happened. Engracia: the witch of the town. El Estirao: a pimp who lives off of his prostitutes.

Pascual resents him profoundly for dishonoring his sister and wife, and ultimately kills him. Don Manuel: the priest of the town.

Pascual goes to see him when he is about to get married. He has a good relationship with Pascual and is with him in the moments before his very death. She was in love with him even before he married Lola, and the two can get married after he gets out of prison. Don Conrado: the director of the prison. A good man who helps Pascual to leave prison for the first time. Plot[ edit ] The first-person narrator-protagonist Pascual Duarte, while awaiting execution in the condemned cell, tells the story of his family life and his homicidal past, culminating in matricide.

He claims, amongst other things, that Fate is controlling his life and whatever he does nothing will ever change. Bibliography[ edit ] The Family of Pascual Duarte, trans.

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The Family of Pascual Duarte by Camilo José Cela

The family was upper-middle-class and Cela described his childhood as being "so happy it was hard to grow up. There, Cela studied at a Piarist school. The Spanish Civil War broke out in when Cela was 20 years old and just recovering from his illness. His political leanings were conservative and he escaped to the rebel zone.

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The Family of Pascual Duarte

The first two editions created an uproar and in less than a year it was banned. A new Spanish edition was allowed in This novel also contains themes of extreme realism and existentialism. The characters live in the margins of society and their lives are submersed in anguish and pain. The archetype of this theme is found in the protagonist of the novel, Pascual Duarte. He has learned that violence is the only way to solve his problems.

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