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Soulecito rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Alexis rated it really liked it Nov 16, Ernie Cordell rated it it was amazing Nov 26, J Luis Rivera rated it it was amazing Sep 19, One thing that stuck out to me was how Usigli addressed the idea of the Mexican “mask.

Julia saw truth in that which libeo her to overcome her physical appearance and live the life which she believed was her. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

El gesticulador by Rodolfo Usigli

Gesticupador all 7 comments. I can understand why this play was extremely controversial at the time that it was published. Already Usigli introduces themes of doubt, family dispute an Although the actual language is relatively easy to understand and the themes of appearances and self-identification are overtly emphasized, I consider this play to be a wonderful insight into the usiglj of artists during the early to mid twentieth century.


Fue uno de los mexicanos con mayor sentido de universalidad.

Identity is ours so long as it is convenient for the powerful to let us keep it. Feb 03, Taylor rated it really liked it. Truth is what impostors, advertisers and politicians convince us it is. His legacy will live on because of those who believe in it, just like the Mexican Revolution, while appearing to be a failure to some, lived on through those who believed in its purpose.

Paperbackpages. I was very aware of the idea of deception as I was reading, and the questioning usjgli whether deception is in fact lying or not.

El gesticulador

During the second act, Julia completely changes her attitude with the prospect of her father being the governor of the state. I truly enjoyed reading Usigli’s play and have already contemplated how it could be staged.

Hector Torres rated it it was amazing Oct 05, Oct 18, Usogli Romero rated it liked it. El pueblo saw him as a revolutionary hero, and so he was one.

Jb Arteaga rated it liked it Jun 16, Already Usigli introduces themes of doubt, family dispute and tension, and appearances, which is first mentioned by Miguel, Rubio’s son, on the fourth page. My initial criticism would be that the themes and satire is developed too overtly and that the lack of subtly in the dialogue and rpdolfo story line take away from the play’s power as a portrayal of the impact of the Mexican Revolution.


El gesticulador es una de las primeras tragedias hispanoamericanas. I was most interested by the suggestion in the play that one can create an identity, and furthermore a destiny, rooted only in desire. Want to Read saving…. Usigli’s book tells the story of one man’s prolonged impersonation of one of the Gesticularor revolution’s infamous generals, Cesar Rubio.

I loved this play. I was able to connect with him and understand his thought process behind the lie – which made it interesting to continue reading. There are two aforementioned and then there is the man that the professor tries to imitate and become, the politician.

El gesticulador / The Gesticulator by Rodolfo Usigli (2004, Paperback)

Lines about “apariencias” y “gestos” as well as power or deception struck me as repetitive and obvious. This work therefore expresses those feelings in the form of a theatrical play lead by Rubio. This play is a perfect combination of raw human emotions and a reflection upon a person’s ability to reinvent themselves. I was able to connect with him and u Usigli’s book tells the story of one man’s prolonged impersonation of one of the Mexican revolution’s infamous generals, Cesar Rubio.