1898 Vol. 4 (Spanish)


1898 Vol. 4: Truenos en la Distancia. This issue narrates the story of Alfonso Ruiz Bassen's arrival to San Juan, his explorations through the Island and the beginning of his new mission: to closely monitor Luis Muñoz Rivera. In the process, he meets Vicente Bosque, a wealthy land owner friend of Muñoz, and his daughter Milagros de la Esperanza, goddaughter of the political leader. Ruiz Bassen marries the girl and establishes a close relationship with the leader. The couple settles in Ponce while the Spanish spy retains his apartment in San Juan, as part of his coverup as a representative of the German Investment Banks.
One night, thunder is heard in the distance. San Juan is being bombed. A terrifying rain of explosives fall down on the city bringing panic, destruction and death to the citizens. A doctor from Bayamón, who contemplates the terrible event, manages to arrive to Cataño, from where he crosses the bay, in spite of the showering missiles splashing alongside the fragile craft. The Spanish spy recognizes him and takes advantage of this opportunity to establish a personal relation with the political rival of Luis Muñoz Rivera, Jose Celso Barbosa. Tax included. Shipping will be made in approximately 5 to 7 business days.

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Editorial El Antillano is a collective composed of writers, researchers, cartoonists and graphic designers that specialize in graphic novels, illustration and stories for kids. Through our writings, we explore our common past, as well as the development of our nationality. Editorial El Antillano’s main objective is to educate; serve as a communicator of our stories and experiences through the application of fun formats that capture the attention of young people, that way we can motivate them to read, research and participate in the reality of our island. The first version of “Tai: el pequeño tayno” was distributed free in public schools in New York in the 70’s. We can imagine what importance this can have nowadays with the current migratory wave. There’s already more Puerto Ricans living outside of Puerto Rico than what we have in the island.


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