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Morriña by Emilia Pardo Bazán is a powerful and haunting tale of love, loss, and longing set against the backdrop of rural Spain. The story follows the life of the protagonist, María, as she navigates the complexities of family, tradition, and societal expectations.

Bazán's writing is rich with vivid descriptions and emotional depth, creating a vivid and immersive reading experience. The themes of cultural identity, belonging, and the struggle between tradition and modernity are expertly woven throughout the narrative, adding layers of complexity to the story.

The characters in Morriña are beautifully drawn and fully realized, each with their own unique struggles and desires. María, in particular, is a compelling and complex protagonist whose journey is both heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful.

Overall, Morriña is a moving and thought-provoking novel that offers a poignant exploration of the human experience. Bazán's prose is both lyrical and powerful, making this a must-read for fans of literary fiction.

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“Morriña” junto con “Insolación” son dos obras de Emilia Pardo Bazán, pero diametralmente opuestas, en las que se retrata la sociedad madrileña del momento, con un interesante análisis de los personajes, principalmente de las protagonistas. “Esclavitud” protagonista de Morriña se ve envuelta en un conflicto amoroso que la conducirá a la tragedia, ante una sociedad que se muestra impasible. La autora hace un retrato magnífico con su amplio vocabulario y su gran capacidad de relatar. - Resumen de Montse González.

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