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Chiquitín Campala, a Vietnam veteran and autodidact archaeologist in his 50's, has two obsessions in life: finding the last taíno chief's sacred Guanín and see Puerto Rico become the 51st star of the United States. Armed with a wheelbarrow mounted on an old bicycle and in the company of Margaro, his loyal and pragmatic companion, he will travel the Puerto Rican geography going from one crazy adventure to the next in order to achieve his objectives. With an extraordinary handling of the language and an unstoppable imagination, Juan López Bauzá shows in this classic magnificent novel an intelligent radiography of the Puerto Rican society; and even more, a tribute, parody and contemporary rewrite of Quixote, Barataria forces the reader to rethink the hard political and social conditions of the entire Latin America.
Year: 2019 | Páginas: 654
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