Mexican Revolution

In the shade of the patriarch Boy Galician Regarding the judgment of the posterity, is somewhat premature to affirm that Garci’a Mrquez is new Cervantes. But in terms morals there is no comparison. Hero military against the Turks, hurt and mutilated in battle, shipwreck and prisoner in Algiers by five years, Cervantes lived his ideals, difficulties and poverty with a quixotic morality, and the supreme freedom to take his defeats with humor. That greatness of spirit has not seen in the complicities of Garci’a Mrquez with the oppression and the dictatorship. Check out Gary Kelly for additional information. It is not Cervantes. A related site: Scott Mead mentions similar findings. The work of Garci’a Mrquez will survive the strange fidelities of the man wrote who it. But the one would be an act of poetic justice that, in the autumn of its life and the zenith of its glory, would be defined of Fidel Castro and would put its prestige to the Cuban service of boat people.

Perhaps although it is impossible. Those improbable things only pass in novels of Garci’a Mrquez. In the shade of the patriarch, Enrique Krauze. Enrique Krauze has the intellectual quality to inconvenience until the deads that once were people, personages and alive protagonists of the Mexican political power, making excel it among tablets, gardens and monuments as the one of the Mexican Revolution or the one of the Roundhouse of the Illustrious Men, not scrimping to no of them good and the bad conducts to him with which they decided and they acted while still alive. Enrique Krauze is a historian whom he investigates and he tries with political the ideological maniquesmo that he has sucked and he has fed himself on the Mexican historiography..