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The forms of hybridisation

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Excavation sites (Archaeology)
Sites, Excavation (Archaeology)
Archaeological excavations
Digs (Archaeology)
Ruins
Excavations (Archaeology)
Archaeological digs
Evidence
Proof
Ontology
Being
Wealth
Fortunes
Affluence
Riches
Distribution of wealth
Documents
Diplomatics
Retention (Psychology)
Memory
Volition
Conation
Will
Mass communication
Communication
Communication, Primitive

Abstract

Relevant book: The shape of ruins. Juan Gabriel Vásquez. Alfaguara, Madrid, 2016, 547 pages. The shape of the ruins is an extensive novelty whose narrative, fine and consistently worked, is a reliable proof of technical maturity) to the reader in the lives of characters that share the particularity of being closely linked to the murder: one by Jorge Eliécer Gaitán; the other is Rafael Uribe Uribe. A book that its own narrator, because of the complexity of the issues it deals with, considers it long and insufficient. The first is evidenced by the wealth of documents used to capture the long skill of those collected from the national memory. Their inadequacy lies, moreover, in giving a definitive answer to their characters (and the reader) on those criss.Vásquez, storyman/narrator; Carlos Carballo and Francisco Benavides, men enstrained by a common legacy of violence; all three converge around their ruins: the Calota raided from the skull of the general and the vertebra perforated by the bullet that would have disrupted the life of the liberal leader. These objects, preserved with blindness, removed over time, will breathe their obsessions and facilitate communication with those dead from the past.

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