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Written in the 60s and published just two years before Franco’s rule ended inthe book carries a foreboding that lingers. Google Books dslibes Loading Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.
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Quico is a picky eater, he carries treasures in his pockets, he plays with his older siblings and is convinced his little baby sister can say more than a-ta-ta. But El Prindipe Destronado is much more than that. But we see everything from the point of view of the three-year-old runt, Quico, across the duration of a single day in March of Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Conversations 63.
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Sure, we see the father, representing the dictatorship with his arrogance, the mother the defeated Republic, and the child, the future generation, stuck in between. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
Easy Readers – Spanish: El Principe Destronado
He is the prince who has lost his throne to his baby sister and he has become a nobody, fifth child among six, and his troubles, after following a single day of his life, are just starting, it seems. All the while, little Quico gets himself in trouble after trouble and his musings highlight the difference of what is important to him versus to the adults around him.
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His older brother, who is not old enough yet to go to school, bullies him, plays with him, and convinces him to do things he will get in trouble for.