Author Topic: "The Cure en Huancayo" by Ulises Gutierrez [es]  (Read 2448 times)

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"The Cure en Huancayo" by Ulises Gutierrez [es]
« on: February 04, 2013, 00:20:20 »
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El relato que da título al cuentario nos presenta la historia de tres adolescentes que aman la música de The Cure, que se visten como The Cure, se van, en pleno paro armado decretado por Sendero Luminoso, a una fiesta nocturna por amor a unas colegialas. En el camino de regreso a sus casas los atrapa una patrulla del Ejército y los leva

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The story that gives title to the account is about three teenagers who love the music of The Cure, who dress as The Cure and leave (during a full armed strike decreed by the terrorist group Sendero Luminoso) to a night party for love to some schoolgirls. On the way back to their homes an army patrol catches them and takes them

http://www.librosperuanos.com/libros/detalle/10535/The-Cure-en-Huancayo
http://bisagra-editores.blogspot.com/2010/02/ulises-gutierrez-y-cure-en-huancayo-en.html





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Re: "The Cure en Huancayo" by Ulises Gutierrez [Spanish]
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 18:52:25 »
A Cure related tale should be interesting.

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Re: "The Cure en Huancayo" by Ulises Gutierrez [Spanish]
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2014, 12:51:46 »
I think I forgot to translate the book's summary to English. Here it goes:

"It's the story of three teenagers who love The Cure music, dress like The Cure, and go during an armed strike organised by Sendero Luminoso (a terrorist group) to a party because they were in love with a secondary school girls. On the way back home a national army patrol captures them"

By the way, Huancayo is a city in the Peruvian highlands with an elevation of over 3,000 above the sea. It's about 8 hours by bus from Lima.

Of course you would need to know Spanish to understand this book. Will see where I can get it.
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