REINVENCIÓN DE LA GUERRA DE LOS MIL DÍAS (1899-1902) EN TRES NOVELAS COLOMBIANAS

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https://doi.org/10.1344/AFLC2019.9.4

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In our article we present three literary visions about the Thousand Days War in Colombia (1899 1902) that will end with the loss of Panama and the intervention of the United States in order to build the inter oceanic Canal. The war, the longest of the civil wars in Colombia, marked the course of the years to come and one could speak of a germ of contemporary Violence that has not ceased. It was one of the fundamental events for writers such as Gabriel García Márquez and legendary characters such as Colonel Aureliano Buendía.

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2019-12-18

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DOSSIER: «COLOMBIA: VIOLENCIA E IDENTIDAD, 200 AÑOS DESPUÉS»