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SPA 202 Con los ojos cerrados: Guia Completa

by: Emily Swafford

SPA 202 Con los ojos cerrados: Guia Completa SPA 202

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Intermediate Spanish II
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Swafford on Thursday January 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPA 202 at University of Miami taught by Dr. Negrin in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Spanish II in Spanish at University of Miami.


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Date Created: 01/21/16
Guía de lectura “Con los ojos cerrados” (1964) por Reinaldo Arenas (Cuba) Preguntas de análisis: 1. ¿Qué tipo de narrador hay? El narrador es un niño que tiene ocho años.  2. ¿Quién es el “usted” a quien se dirige el narrador? ¿Qué es el “lo” que se lo cuenta a  “usted”? ¿Por qué no quiere el narrador contárselo a su madre y por qué decide  contárselo a “usted”? El narrador se dirige el “usted” al lector o quizás a otra persona en el cuarto con él.  El  “lo” que se lo cuenta a “usted” es la historia de que pasó ese día cuando él decidió  caminar con los ojos cerrados.  El narrador no quiere revelar nada a su madre porque él  cree que su madre le golpeará y le regañará. 3. ¿Cómo se cambia el mundo con los ojos cerrados? ¿Qué representan estos cambios?  ¿Qué indican sobre el protagonista? Con los ojos cerrados el mundo se convierte en un lugar más mejor que si los lleváramos  abiertos.  Estos cambios representan la imaginación, y cómo su imaginación puede  permitirse ver el mundo de otra prospectiva. Indican que el protagonista es joven y tiene  una gran imaginación.  También, indican que el protagonista no se hace abrumado con  todas las maldades del mundo.  En vez, él finge que el mundo es un lugar bueno y feliz. 4. ¿Por qué dice el protagonista: “con los ojos cerrados uno ve muchas cosas, ya hasta mejor que si los lleváramos abiertos…”? El protagonista dice eso porque él puede imaginar el mundo como un lugar bueno y feliz. No tiene que ver las maldades del mundo. 5. ¿Cómo interpretas el accidente del niño? Creo que el accidente representa que a veces, no puede escapar de la realidad.  Aunque el niño tenía sus ojos cerrados y estaba fingiendo que el mundo era perfecto, no fue así. Y el accidente muestra al lector eso. 6. ¿Por qué insiste al final que lo que ha contado es la verdad? El protagonista se preocupa que “usted” no cree lo que dice porque el protagonista está  en el hospital, y probablemente, las personas que él ha dicho no le creen. 


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