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Amor y traicion en la antigua Cartago. Mientras las hordas romanas asedian y esperan el momento de invadir Cartago, la sacerdotisa del templo de la diosa Tanit, Salambo, ama y es amada. Ella es la hija de Amilcar, el gran general cartagines y para recobrar el perdido velo que ha caido en manos del adversario, tiene que entregarse al general enemigo, que por Salambo olvida patria y honor. Alrededor de ese argumento y con el fondo de las guerras punicas, Flaubert hizo una interesante novela historica, llena de autenticidad ya que al autor investigo a fondo los antecedentes reales que servirían de telon de fondo a esta apasionante obra literaria.

This audiobook is in Spanish.
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Author Gustave Flaubert

Gustave Flaubert (1821–1880), French novelist and one of the masters of nineteenth-century fiction, was born in Rouen, the second son of a noted physician. Beset by ill health and personal misfortune, he led a solitary life of rigid discipline, which was reflected in his writing by his obsession with finding le mot juste (exactly the right word). His first published novel was Madame Bovary (1857). When certain passages in Madame Bovarywere judged to be offensive to public morals, Flaubert, his publisher, and his printer were tried but acquitted.