las salamandras - ve a su familia la pérdida de la...

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Las Salamandras La Lucha Contra Las Salamandras “Las Salamandras” de Tomas Rivera En Las Salamandras, el uso de primera persona protagonista en el cuento es importante para la profundidad emocional del cuento. Esto es importante para sentir la alienación del protagonista y para entender la lucha contra las salamandras como acción simbólica . El cuento usa el leitmotiv de la muerte para describir como el protagonista
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Unformatted text preview: ve a su familia, la pérdida de la esperanza, su separación emocional, y literalmente cuando matan a las salamandras . La salamandra es un símbolo de energía, determinación, y la fe permanente. El matar de las salamandras es una representación de la perdida de todo eso y el coraje que siente el protagonista....
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