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Porfirio Díaz se embarca en el Ypiranga y desde Europa observa al país desangrarse. Atrás han quedado las victorias en la Intervención francesa, las fiestas del Centenario y la severidad del «mátenlos en caliente». Para el viejo general no hay realidad más ingrata: levantó una nación que parecía un animal incivilizado; le trajo la calma, el orden, el ferrocarril, el petróleo y la modernidad, pero México le dio la espalda y lamenta que su cuerpo ya no sea capaz de dar una nueva guerra. La memoria y el tiempo lo ...

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Porfirio Díaz se embarca en el Ypiranga y desde Europa observa al país desangrarse. Atrás han quedado las victorias en la Intervención francesa, las fiestas del Centenario y la severidad del «mátenlos en caliente». Para el viejo general no hay realidad más ingrata: levantó una nación que parecía un animal incivilizado; le trajo la calma, el orden, el ferrocarril, el petróleo y la modernidad, pero México le dio la espalda y lamenta que su cuerpo ya no sea capaz de dar una nueva guerra. La memoria y el tiempo lo consumen pero la claridad de los recuerdos no lo abandona ni le impide volver a disfrutar de su infancia y juventud en Oaxaca, o enfrentarse una vez más a Juárez, Lerdo de Tejada o Madero.

Con rigor de historiador y genio de gran novelista, Pedro Ángel Palou se adentra en la mente del desterrado patriarca y consigue darle nuevamente voz en la primera y única novela del dictador en el siglo del Bicentenario.

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  • ISBN-13: 9786070703959
  • Publisher: Planeta Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 7/13/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted May 24, 2012

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    It is a great book

    Pobre Patria Mía It is a great book, Pedro Ángel Palou wrote about the Díaz life after the exile, the writer tell us how Porfirio Díaz did a lot of things for México, Díaz gave to México progress and what the mexican people did to Díaz,
    The book tell us how Díaz triumphs in the battle of the Puebla as a general. How he fought for the country. The book is just great. Porfirio Díaz gave us a view from the exile about México in the revolution and he said "Pobre Patria Mía " my poor homeland, cause mexico is getting corrupt, is getting the contry what It was before him.

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