María de los Ángeles is a novel about the life of an Argentine young lady in San Juan a Province in the west of Argentina who decides to marry a Spanish prisoner and thus giving him his freedom, a common practice after the Wars of Independence.
Virginia Carreño and Constanza de Menezes decided to write this true story about a woman who loved and lived more than a hundred years ago. Old papers were studied and the truth about the life of María de los Ánfeles was told as it really hapened: a love story in the turbulent life of San juan at the time of Salvador María del Carril.
|Editorial||Le Comte Editores|
|Sizes||22 × 15 cm|
|Cover||Paperback, full color|