En un ambiente cargado de muerte y decepción, Fernando desahoga su ira El desbarrancadero al que alude el título aparece como el destino que el autor. The narrator (called Vallejo) returns home to Medellín, Colombia after a long absence to attend to his most beloved brother, Dario, an AIDS patient whose health. PDF | In the following article, through Fernando Vallejo’s novel El desbarrancadero, I will reflect on the Latin American seropositive bodies;.
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Approach to the thought of Fernando Vallejo through the reading of ‘El Desbarrancadero’
The Colombian author’s text fernxndo deep reflections on essential issues of human fernajdo and their fundamental circumstances. Abstract The article aims to interpret and to some extent comment on some of Fernando Vallejo’s thoughts contained in his novel El Desbarrancadero. Additional licensing agreements Creative Commons licenses grants rights to readers to copy, distribute, display and perform the work as long as you give the original author s credit, they desbarraancadero not use the works for commercial purposes and are not allowed to alter, transform, or build upon the work.
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El desbarrancadero / The Edge of the Abyss
Throughout the pages of El Desbarrancadero, ideas about life are exposed in their most critical aspect, masterfully described by Vallejo. Any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holders.
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