Cambio de piel (Penguin Clásicos) by Carlos Fuentes PDF

By Carlos Fuentes

Un clásico de los angeles real narrativa en español, por uno de los autores fundamentales de los angeles literatura mexicana contemporánea: Carlos Fuentes.

Cuatro personajes que viajan en automóvil de México a Veracruz se ven obligados a pernoctar en Cholula, donde visitan una pirámide que parece ocultar secretos, y donde aflorarán los más oscuros secretos de cada uno...

El Domingo de Ramos de 1965 cuatro personajes inician un viaje hacia Veracruz y se detienen en Cholula, ciudad de las pirámides aztecas. En el laberinto de sus galerías se internarán las dos parejas, como en un descenso a los infiernos, que concluirá con una tragedia ritual inesperada.

Ficción overall en palabras del propio autor, Cambio de piel indaga en el mito del México prehispánico y en el holocausto europeo a través de los angeles memoria de sus protagonistas para decirnos que, en definitiva, todas las violencias son l. a. misma violencia.

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"Cambio de piel (1967) premio Biblioteca Breve, es una de las novelas mejor logradas, posee una estructura de impotencia en l. a. que cuatro personajes viajan en car desde los angeles Ciudad de México hasta reunirse en un resort de Cholula y en una pirámide que se derrumba ante ellos. Propuesta abstracta de Carlos Fuentes con personajes intercambiables y decadentes." -Sergio Martínez Estrada, Animal Político-

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Fobaproa was a fund made up of public resources in the late 1990s and used to subsidize corrupt bankers and businessmen under the pretext of protecting small savers. Today, fiscal resources are being channelled to moneyed rural sectors, which are part of the problem rather than the solution, alleging that this helps peasants. 2 billion pesos that Acerca (the state agricultural insurance company) should have                     |  used to support sugar mills – a historically parasitic sector – so they could pay sugarcane producers what they were owed for the harvest.

For years, the south/south-east of the country has lived under an unjust and exclusive order where growing poverty is the inevitable counterpart to new wealth. Mesoamericans still live under this order and suffer its chronic inequities. But the form of suffering and its intensity depend on short-term tendencies and events. During periods of expansion, capital takes over new spaces, resources and capacities, upsetting fragile equilibriums and in general increasing and extending destruction and poverty.

Recognition of the rights and cultures of Indian peoples. The peasant demonstration drew support from the National Coalition of Education Workers (Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadors de la Educación, CNTE), the Mexico Electricians’ Union (Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas, SME), the Union of Workers of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, STUNAM) and the National Union of Workers (Unión Nacional de Trabajadores, UNT).

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