LA REBELION DE LAS RATAS PDF

It is a testimonial tale about the hardship and inhuman conditions of the poor working classes in Colombia. The book is about a poor mine worker, Rudecindo Cristancho, who attempts to form a miner's union. The organizing campaign turns into a rebellion that leads to Cristancho's death. The houses of the villagers now contrasted with the enormous houses recently built by the foreigners.

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Rating details. Sort order. Short and brutal description about the oppresion of the lower classes in latin american regions which suddenly become the center of an industry. The book starts describing the stark contrast of the once quiet and pacific valley into a town dominated by a mining industry, their foreign owners and the sudden increase in population thanks to peasants who were told it was going to be a place to acquire wealth.

In one of those peasants and the conditions of his family the author makes a pretty sharp s Short and brutal description about the oppresion of the lower classes in latin american regions which suddenly become the center of an industry. In one of those peasants and the conditions of his family the author makes a pretty sharp statement about explotation of human labor, corruption and social inequality, which ends as the title describes, in rebellion and violence.

The elements around this scenario suit perfectly the story, some helping to explore the point of what religion means to the workers, or adding more context into the moral values and common situation in these kind of rural lands, with Soto's style being concise and not wandering in unnecesary points.

An excellent read. It was an excelent and entertaining read. I shed tears in parts of the book due to the fact that everything the characters go trough is a potrayal of real life..

Their suffering and the circumstances they live in showcase the reality of millions of humans today and the desaire of a revolution is more than well founded among the workers in the book that makes you believe in the need for change and makes you feel like you are among those men revolting a whole town and asking for justice and, most i It was an excelent and entertaining read.

Their suffering and the circumstances they live in showcase the reality of millions of humans today and the desaire of a revolution is more than well founded among the workers in the book that makes you believe in the need for change and makes you feel like you are among those men revolting a whole town and asking for justice and, most importantly, asking for humanity I will absolutaly recommend it today and every day for the rest of my life to anyone that wants to really see and feel life through the eyes of those who suffer It shows the true colors of what a country can give to his people.

Is really interesting and has a part of a true story, which many colombians live through every day. A book that shows the real situation of the lifes of each person that is discriminate for their poor's conditions. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Fernando Soto Aparicio.

Fernando Soto Aparicio. Fernando Soto Aparicio October 1, — May 2, was a Colombian poet, storyteller, playwright, novelist, librettist, and screenwriter. He is remembered for the novel The rebellion of the rats.

After several decades as a professor at various universities in the country, in Fernando Soto Aparicio October 1, — May 2, was a Colombian poet, storyteller, playwright, novelist, librettist, and screenwriter. In total, he wrote about 70 literary works, among them novels, poems, books of short stories, as well as theatre plays.

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