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Azuela provided very little background to the revolution, which could be a good thing, but by still paralleling his plot with actual people and places, his failure to azula any context made the book annoying. Initially slow to win a popular following, Th Underdogs captured international critical acclaim in the mids, establishing Azuela as the preeminent undrdogs of the Mexican Revolution. Not one of my favorite reads, but Azuela gives his reader’s an inside look at the lives of those who fought in the revolution.
Why does this happen? I mean yeah it showed me how war can destroy soldiers and eventually it’s all they’ve ever seemed to know. What, if anything, would you have done differently to tell this aspect of the story? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
The Underdogs – A Novel of the Mexican Revolution by Mariano Azuela (1 star ratings)
I read about three chapters, but decided that because of the language, I wouldn’t continue. Retrieved from ” https: See all books by Mariano Azueoa.
Just underdoga moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Stay in Touch Sign up. As a boy, during summers spent at a small farm owned by his father, he learned the slang and vocal rhythms of the common people—effects he was later to reproduce in his fiction.
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Nor do unxerdogs literary ectiviteis keep him from the pursuit of his profession or from working for social justice within a modest sphere. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Does each have something to teach that the other is incapable of learning? Does Azuela do enough to represent the position of women in Mexican society and in the revolution? The fiery idealism that has scorched the foundations underdog power now threatens to erupt into an inferno of anarchic rage, and the revolution that the common people had hailed as a blessing seems likely to transform into the blackest of curses.
The style reads like a radio play’s script; lots of verbose dialogue and exposition that could have been done via description instead. Monbell rated it did not like it Sep 19, We are experiencing technical difficulties.
Does his building up of their legend detract from the realism of the novel?
This certainly sets out a very nihilist view of its protagonists. Return to Book Page. It had been previously well received by American critics like Earl Underdpgs.
Also by Mariano Azuela. InAzuela moved to Mexico City, where he continued to write and practice medicine for the rest of his life. Carla rated it did not like it Mar 11,