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Likes Incluso en el campo, los campesinos cantaban mientras trabajaban como esclavos. Ya no tienen lugar para canciones. La gente quiere silencio, pero no tanto. Hasta en el campo , los campesinos cantaban mientras trabajaban como esclavos. Deseamos el silencio, pero no tanto. Likes 9. Incluso en las zonas rurales, los campesinos cantaban mientras se deslomaban trabajando.

Un tema de esta era, al menos en el mundo desarrollado, es que la gente anhela el silencio y no lo consigue. Aun en el campo los campesinos cantaban a medida que trabajaban duramente.

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Ya no cantan. La gente quiere silencio pero no tanto. Likes 6. Sin embargo, como el Sr. Incluso en las zonas rurales, los campesinos cantaban mientras andaban a la brega. Ahora ya no lo hacen. Con todo, tal como el Sr. Antes del aislamiento voluntario en los celulares, las conversaciones animaban los viajes en autobuses y trenes.

Hasta en el campo, los campesinos pasaban su dura jornada laboral cantando. Las personas quieren silencio pero no tanto. Likes 4. Hoy, ya no cantan.

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Likes 8. Hasta en el campo los campesinos cantaban mientras trabajaban arduamente. Ya no lo hacen. Se desea el silencio, pero no tanto. Likes 3. Se desea.

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Incluso en el campo, los campesinos cantaban mientras trabajaban arduamente. La gente desea el silencio, pero no tanto. After a childhood in Salta and youth in La Paz, followed by almost thirty consecutive years in Lima with brief stays in Bolivia and finally numerous voyages between Lima and Buenos Aires, she resides the last eight years of her life in this last city. What national identity could Juana Manuela Gorriti claim as her own? This question comes foremost to the surface when dealing with an author who has spent most of her life in transit. Bolivia was the place where she was a wife and a mother and to which she was forcefully exiled.

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And it is the space of her most active role as a writer and of her closest friends. The most independent woman is the one she portrays there] Mizraje online.


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If I could return to Lima soon, if I could soon walk on its florid land, breathe its balsamic aura The reader wonders why she is leaving at all and why she chooses to go back and forth at such a late stage in her life specially since she announces that she would gladly retrace her steps if it meant her return to Lima , It would be her last journey and the one which is the fulfillment of her deepest wish to undo her steps, to return to the place where she was born.

As she gets closer to Salta, she recognized each of the places she traversed, Trancas, Candelaria, Arenal, Rosario, and they bring memories of her past. Somber and taciturn as they, I contemplated the city, my eyes full of tears, and compared it with me. We were both in pain and in ruins!

For Gorriti, in addition to the cities— rivers, mountains, the countryside—are a way of identifying with her past, with her suffering, but also with her happy moments such as those of her childhood. Nada de otro tiempo, nada, sino la vieja iglesia There was a hotel, carriages, beautiful buildings of modern construction with all the comfort of our present existence, but alas!

Nothing from other times, nothing except the old church She recollects childhood memories of this old church, where she was baptized. In her melancholic reverie, the author compares modernity—which lacks soul—to the image of the old church and to other memories of the past. The ruins suggest deterioration yet they are the connection between the land and its inhabitants as well as being symbolic of persistence. Gorriti searches for recognizable buildings but instead finds unknown new buildings.

It is also reinforced when the national anthem is played at an evening event, to which she is invited. It awakens her patriotism and yet she also displays this patriotic feeling for the other two nations that were significant in her life. By way of illustration, she mentions her schoolteachers, Doctor Velazco and his wife, both exiled from Bolivia. There is another reason behind her intention to return to the place where she was born.

Los otros, esparcidos como hojas que arranca el viento, cayeron, y duermen bajo la tierra extranjera Of that entire exiled multitude, only I, the snow of age on my head and on my heart returned to the point of departure. The others, dispersed like the leaves blown by the wind have fallen, and sleep under foreign lands Part of her wish to return is to die in her country of origin despite her love for those other countries to which she was exiled. This desire is ambiguous as she is torn between these nations, especially between her desire to return to Lima and her desire to see her patria.

Gorriti is aware that her lifecycle is about to close and for this reason wishes to die in her patria, where her people are now at peace at the end of the bipartisan wars which she detested. Her concern with the construction of the nation is manifested in this quotation. Besides Lima and Salta, she describes other cities in her accounts —cities, which are just as dear to her. In Montevideo, she feels happy to have arrived in a known and loved place , Arequipa is, I have said it elsewhere, an oriental metropolis, transplanted from the shores of Syria to the flowered shores of the Chili.

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