The Dancer And The Thief Summary

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The Dancer and The Thief by Antonio Skármeta is an attractive, energetic, and a genre-bending tale of crime and love. The book combined a series of crime melodrama, urban Western and social conscience drama. The story begins after General Augusta Pinochet was removed from the office. He was removed from his office for his evil acts to the people. Lots of people had arrested, died, and tortured during his regime. The police and the prison systems still remained unsolved after Pinochet was removed. This is how The Dancer and The Thief by Antonio Skármeta takes place. The novel unfolds series of bitter, sad, and resentment lives under the hearts of millions’ faces. The novel shows a string of events taken place by three major characters that manage to fit in the gaps. These gaps happened in a poor country where…show more content…
Santoro pushed up too far that he wanted to destroy someone life. Marin accepted Santoro’s offer knowing that it is not mortal. This leads him to depression and fully a drunken. Angel loves Victoria very much that in the end he was shot by Marin. The Dancer and The Thief by Skármeta is an attractive, energetic, and a genre-bending tale of crime and love. It describes the scene of crime melodrama, urban Western and social conscience drama. The author, Skármeta, somehow able to capture the beauty of life, and love to express how caring and compassion is more important than any treasure toward men. He knows how to make the story fills with all kinds of emotions. He knows that a story without a sad moment, it would not be interested to read. He knows that a story without a happy moment, it would be a joy to read. Dreams and hopes are new world which keep fueling people to achieve their targets. Angel, Nicolas, and Victoria are filled with hopes and dreams personified. In a country where darkness took over, dreams and hopes are the only thing people can imagine every
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