Las Cortes de los naufragios by Eduardo Garrigues

By Eduardo Garrigues

Eduardo Garrigues narra los angeles visión del ultimate de los angeles Colonia y l. a. gestación de los angeles Independencia de México.

Con una imaginería mestiza y divertida, el autor recrea los momentos independentistas, y contrapone los angeles visión de dos bandos en un país en vías de construcción.

Cuando don Pedro Bautista Pino es invitado a participar en los angeles convocatoria para ser diputado de las Cortes de Cádiz y contrarrestar los movimientos revolucionarios que tan preocupados tenían a los españoles, se lleva con él a Juan de los Reyes Baca y Pino. En su viaje a Cádiz también los acompañarán Bartolomé, escribano y maestro de Juan, e Hilario Padilla, indio navajo e iniciador del joven en las leyendas y sortilegios indígenas.

Debido a las vicisitudes que transcurren en el camino, Juan acabará poniendo en duda los angeles visión conservadora del entorno de su abuelo, pero también llegará a desmitificar las figuras de los héroes revolucionarios, cuando los acontecimientos pongan en evidencia sus métodos violentos y sus intereses personales.

Fray Servando Teresa de Mier, el cura Miguel Hidalgo, Juan López de Cancelada, Xavier Mina y el normal Allende son algunos de los nombres que aparecen en esta divertida novela donde los muertos hablan desde el fondo del mar, sin prejuicios ni mayores preocupaciones, mientras que los vivos entablan esta batalla por los angeles libertad.

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And where's Pete? " Sul grinned again as he pocketed the coins. " His eyes sparkled. " The boy's tone was scornful. " Sul shrugged as the ferry moved into midstream. " "Well, you'll make a good one," Jonas said. "I want to be the best, the boy said. He looked up at the older man. "Mr. " "Not much. " Sul shook his head so sharply his curls danced again. His round face puckered in distress at the memory of what he had just read. "He left his army to suffer on the retreat from Moscow and hurried back to Paris.

Finally he combed his dampened curls in a vain attempt to smooth them out, but the comb became tangled. As he jerked impatiently at the snarl, Sul wished again that he had wavy brown hair like Pete and his father. Behind him the cabin door opened. Hoping it wasn't their visitor, Sul turned to find his next oldest sister, Margaret, coming out onto the gallery, the basket she used for picking greens over one arm. Margaret stopped to watch his struggles. "Let me help you," she said, setting the basket down.

Ma, Ma, Sul heard her cry, "he's here! " Followed by all three of her daughters, Mrs. Ross hurried out of the cabin and down the steps. Sul slipped stiffly down from behind Mason's saddle and stood there, silent and ashamed, as his mother and two older sisters crowded around him. "Son, you're hurt," Mrs. Ross began. She looked up at Mason, who by that time had also dismounted. " "He took a spill, Miz Ross, but I don't think he's got anythin' wrong with him other than that cut an' some bruises.

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