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By Dionisio Ridruejo,Xosé M. Núñez Seixas

Estos Cuadernos de Rusia, los angeles obra cumbre de los angeles literatura memorialística sobre l. a. División Azul, los redactó Dionisio Ridruejo entre otoño de 1942 y primavera de 1943, desde el confinamiento en Ronda, a su vuelta del frente ruso.

Editados de forma póstuma a finales de los años 70 del siglo pasado, ahora cobran nueva luz –en esta edición crítica y definitiva, a shipment del historiador Xosé M. Núñez Seixas–, cuando su figura ha quedado ya situada sin vacilaciones en los angeles historia intelectual y política española del siglo xx.

os Cuadernos de Rusia, de Dionisio Ridruejo, más allá del testimonio y radiografía de un fascista con voluntad documental, como notas de viaje y asueto, de meditación o de tiento lírico, como apuntes de vida agitada y remansada, destilan una viveza de observación y una calidad literaria indiscutible.

En palabras de Jordi Gracia, responsable del prólogo: «las sorpresas de los angeles lectura política van a ser muy escasas frente a los angeles riqueza de una lectura crucial del texto como operación literaria frustrada, abandonada o aplazada para tiempos mejores que ya no iba a vivir. Y ése es el mejor regalo de esta nueva edición de Cuadernos de Rusia: autorizarnos a leer entero al Ridruejo divisionario y fascista y a apreciar por tanto l. a. tensión interna de l. a. prosa, los angeles riqueza descriptiva, los matices estilísticos del paisajista de sensaciones, las analogías con paisajes castellanos o los angeles voluntaria empatía emocional con quienes soportan a l. a. fuerza el paso y l. a. convivencia de las tropas en sus casas y aldeas. Por eso l. a. lectura de este fresco literario de una empresa equivocada ofrece hoy l. a. oportunidad de mancharse con el barro, los angeles nieve pisoteada, los angeles suciedad de los angeles guerra, el drama de los muertos y el dolor de l. a. consunción, y al mismo tiempo asistir a los angeles despedida definitiva de una prolongada juventud.»

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