America: il racconto di un continente | América: el relato de un continente

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Cuatro historias de la Revolución mexicana y un prólogo al grito de ‘Ajetreo’

Paco Tovar
Universitat de Lleida, España
ptovar@filcef.udl.cat

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-319-9/024

Submitted 06 Feb 2019
Accepted 26 Feb 2019

Abstract

Marta Portal defines the Mexican Revolution as “a blast of reality”. The event follows an historical process, one with strong social and symbolical implications. Referring to the novels of the Mexican Revolution, Marta Portal also states: “they try to unveil and remake the world to other perspectives by denouncing the lies and the alienation of human relationships”. This articles only reviews four literary samples of that reality: Los de abajo, by Mariano Anzuela; El águila y la serpiente, a novel by Luis Martín Guzmán; El resplandor, by Mauricio Magdaleno; and Los conspiradores by Jorge Ibargüengoitia, an ironic account about the conspiracy lead by Hidalgo under the cry ‘Ajetreo’, the first revolutionary expression born under the threat of social and political resentment in colonial Mexico, against of the Metropolis.

Keywords
Mexican Revolution. Mariano Azuela. Luis Martín Guzmán. Mauricio Magdaleno. Jorge Ibargüengoitia. Cry of ‘Ajetreo’.


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Tovar Paco

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Cuatro historias de la Revolución mexicana y un prólogo al grito de ‘Ajetreo’

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es

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Marta Portal defines the Mexican Revolution as “a blast of reality”. The event follows an historical process, one with strong social and symbolical implications. Referring to the novels of the Mexican Revolution, Marta Portal also states: “they try to unveil and remake the world to other perspectives by denouncing the lies and the alienation of human relationships”. This articles only reviews four literary samples of that reality: Los de abajo, by Mariano Anzuela; El águila y la serpiente, a novel by Luis Martín Guzmán; El resplandor, by Mauricio Magdaleno; and Los conspiradores by Jorge Ibargüengoitia, an ironic account about the conspiracy lead by Hidalgo under the cry ‘Ajetreo’, the first revolutionary expression born under the threat of social and political resentment in colonial Mexico, against of the Metropolis.

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Biblioteca di Rassegna iberistica

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2019-05-14

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2019-02-06

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2019-02-26

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http://doi.org/10.14277/978-88-6969-319-9/024

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2610-8844

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2610-9360

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978-88-6969-320-5

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978-88-6969-319-9

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Mexican Revolution

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Mariano Azuela

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Luis Martín Guzmán

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Mauricio Magdaleno

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Jorge Ibargüengoitia

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Cry of ‘Ajetreo’

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