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Since seeing the film I had an opportunity to read the book, and I highly recommend the read.Her ability to create such vivid and beautiful concepts with her words is magical.I didn’t hate reading this book, it had some interesting moments. One I hadn’t heard of before, but has such an iconic status.And she is the almost mythical character of Malinalli, a Nahua slave turned interpreter turned lover of Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, who led an expedition that caused the fall of the Aztec Empire.Se un libro letto è una notte d'amore in meno, che almeno ne valga la pena...Book on CD performed by Maria Conchita Alonso Malinalli was a Native woman from Tabasco, who was given as a slave to the conquering Spaniards.Perhaps what is most telling about my experience with this book is that as I was about to return it to the library, I realised that I had another ten-odd pages to go. Originally posted on my blog Olduvai Reads Malinche is a very controversial figure and it is hard to extract her own history from that of the conquistador, Hernan Cortes.
In Mexico, hot chocolate is usually made with water, not milk. It’s such a vivid and sensational way to describe a sensual state of being.
And yet, her Malinalli is a real woman, with conflicting desires; a woman who loves or hates, feels pain and joy, and does her best to survive with her dignity and integrity intact.
Maria Conchita Alonso deserves five stars for her performance of the audiobook.
I recently read Malinche, another of Laura Esquivel’s books when I was in Puerto Escondido.
It not only was an exceptional beach read, the story was sad and beautiful.
It doesn’t matter to me what you did, there are some things in life that shouldn’t be given so much importance, if they don’t change what is essential.