Latin American Reality

Introit. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Stan Laurel. When the cycle of novels that the figure of the Latin American dictator possessed as narrative object seemed already closed, Mario Vargas Llosa surprises us with the feast of the goat. Our work constitutes a first critical approach to this work. She shows, with all its harsh reality, the conduct of the military dictatorship of Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina in the Dominican Republic and its terrible influence on the society in that country. Before, this author had us accustomed to communication aspects belonging to his abandonment of the ranks of intellectuals committed to the triumph of a new utopia. The history of Maita is a clear example. The truth is that Vargas Llosa, who is not a Saint of our devotion, returns to be the Narrator extraordinary green house or city and dogs, where the conceptual element exudes the most important narrative history.

It could be said that planes intersect to offer the multipurpose aspect of the work. On the one hand, we have the story of Urania, in our view, the only representative women’s important within the work. On the other hand, a cell of conspirators plans and performs the task of execute the dictator. In the middle of these two stories there is another plane consisting of memories, where we, as readers, feel the imprint that creates and that will stop the dictatorship, due to different types of behavior that are generated within the social fabric that has made possible the persistence of the autocratismo nation. Thus, the issue that looms with Tirano Banderas, Valle Inclan, claims a degree of greater specificity in El Mr President of Asturias, the autumn of the Patriarch, of Garcia Marquez and I the Supreme, Roa Bastos, Crown with stark reality in the feast of the goat. We say this, because a considerable amount of characters have been taken from that reality, with their names and surnames, Balaguer, Wesin and Wesin, for examples.

University Of Groningen

By way of example, it gives us plataformasinc. It is that even when we are not in the company of others, we feel obliged to maintain certain standards of conduct. Just think our parents or our couples, for example, is enough to remind you how we should behave. These are the conclusions of a thesis by Janneke Joly, who graduated last March 27 at the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) thesis, entitled persons in our mind. When the humanized contexts active social norms, it concludes that our awareness of the standards increases in humanized contexts and does not occur automatically. In other words, who are the other which induces us to attach importance to a particular standard in a particular moment.

We have all learned that we should remain silent when we are in a library. But according to Joly, that standard will become more important for us when we are surrounded by other people in the library. The standard Save silence in the Library acquires more importance due to the physical presence of others as well. But even if they are not physically present but they do feel their presence, other people can induce us to comply the current rules in other ways, for example through a table prepared for several Diners in a restaurant. Is more likely to remember the standard eat with knife and fork if other people are present, or if we feel the presence of these people. Research shows that people establish a strong Association of standards among themselves. In general, the awareness of standards increases when a humanized context remembers a norm to the person. Therefore, when it is in a library and the presence of other persons reminds you that you must keep silence, you will be more aware of the rules in general, and it is likely that at the same time you nest your importance.