By Mario Benedetti
Indispensable en l. a. bibliografía de Benedetti, Gracias por el fuego es una novela que supera los tópicos, para inundar de vida y aprendizaje los angeles experiencia del buen lector.
Ramón Budiño quiere matar a su padre, quien representa lo peor de un país, Uruguay, y de una clase social que ha huido de su propia responsabilidad por el miedo a ser censurada. El peso del caudillismo en l. a. vida cotidiana después de más de un siglo de independencia es para Ramón señal de que nada se ha renovado; de que todos siguen inmersos en una mentalidad política y social que impide tanto el desarrollo colectivo como el own. los angeles frustración por no poder matar a su padre a pesar de haber planeado concienzudamente su asesinato representa una fiel metáfora de l. a. tela de araña en l. a. que Ramón lleva atrapado durante años.
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Gracias por el fuego by Mario Benedetti