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Rodríguez Macal, Virgilio

This book contains the stories collected from the lips of the Q’eqchi’ Indian Lish Zenzeyul. Meaning “the mansion of the snake bird” the author makes beneficial use of the oral histories of Mayan mythology and the experiences of the novel’s subject, the tireless adventurer.

Many of his works are based in the departments of Alta Verapaz and Baja Verapaz and are noted for displaying his factual knowledge of the fauna and traditions and the richness of his characters and locations. Views Read Edit View history.

The novel is a narrative work set in s Guatemala. Guatemalan male writers Guatemalan novelists Male novelists births deaths 20th-century Guatemalan people 20th-century novelists 20th-century male writers.

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Macal also served some time as a diplomat, and was a consul in BarcelonaSpain. His personality, like that of men born in the early decades of the twentieth century, was influenced by the long dictatorship of Jorge Ubicothe revolution of and by the so-called liberation movements which occurred in Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

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Later Rodriguez Macal, settled in Rodriguze, Chile for many years, and was a frequent collaborator of the great newspaper El Mercurio. Macal was born on June 28, in Guatemala City.

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Beautiful stories where animals humanize themselves from the jungles of the Central American tropics are told in a colorful story surrounded by the lush greenery of the tropical forest. The novel takes the reader to different latitudes of the mscal, from the port city of LivingstonIzabalto the jungle region of Peten.

This book contains some similarities with the author’s life as the main character Valentine Ochaeta returns after several years studying abroad, his hometown, with a suitcase full of hopes and dreams that are contrary to the reality of their families who are in misery. Retrieved from ” https: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Through this journey he explores the virgilik of Guatemala history and their ancestors as he matures and becomes a man. Please rodrlguez improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

The novel addresses the issues facing the hopes and dreams experienced by the young juveniles juxtaposed against the stark reality that confronts them as an adult. This page was last edited on 7 Decemberat In his words, the forest is more open and more logical than civilisation.

This book, apart from vrigilio much rpdriguez and romance, is told in an emotional style with an element of “disguised” political criticism towards the military government during this period in the country of Guatemala. The fauna and flora from the jungles of Peten and Verapaz are portrayed in this picturesque novel entering a “world of green mystery” as it means, with snakes and monkeys contrasted against the white man’s world, the men of cities. This forces the subject of the novel to become more adventurous in the jungles of Peten as he seeks fortune out of the plight of his family.


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He is considered one of the most popular novelists in Rodroguez American literature. This novel tells of the misfortunes of the narrator and his steward Pedro.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources. As a novelist he is noted for integrating his deep knowledge of Mesoamerican and Guatemalan history and geography into his stories, often setting his novels in colorful Guatemalan jungle settings including its biologically rich flora and fauna.