Las Lanzas Coloradas ebook
by Uslar Pietri,Arturo,Arturo Uslar Pietri
Pietri published his first, and probably best known novel, at the tender age of 25 called Las Lanzas Coloradas or The Red Lances.
Pietri published his first, and probably best known novel, at the tender age of 25 called Las Lanzas Coloradas or The Red Lances. In 1934, Pietri returned to Venezuela, after touring Europe and the Middle East. Upon his return, he published several collections of short stories and held the position of professor of Economic Policy at Catedra University. Pietri was appointed education minister, where he remained until a military coup in 1945. Pietri was forced to flee the country and went into exile in New York City.
Arturo Uslar Pietri (16 May 1906 in Caracas – 26 February 2001) was a Venezuelan intellectual, historian, writer, television producer and politician. Born on 16 May 1906 in Caracas, Venezuela, his parents were general Arturo Uslar Santamaría and Helena Pietri de Uslar. The last name Uslar is of German origin and can be traced back to Johann von Uslar, who fought for the rebel cause during Venezuela’s independence wars.
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Lanzas Coloradas takes place in the Venezuela of the 1800s as the Second Republic is about to fall, follows remarkably the story of two completely different character and their fatal destiny in the civil war that exploded in Venezuela during its Independence War. A most read to anyone interested in Latin American history.
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Summary/Abstract: This article is intended to pay tribute to one of the novels that most influence has had on the speech related to Latin American Independence, Las lanzas coloradas by Arturo Uslar Pietri. However, as an homage, it possess the singularity to unite with a criticism of its own discourse to the construction of which it has contributed, in other words the historiographical discourse centered on the recovery/creation of the Latin American identity marks.