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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In this changed landscaped is where Rudecindo Cristancho laz and his first surprise is to find that there is one street that divides the town separating the wealthy foreigners from the poor villagers.
The novel features a strong narrative style. While the agriculture dissapeared, the mining industry thrived. Redecindo is killed in the stampede when he falls and the crowd runs over on him.
It is a testimonial tale, lass thrilling story about the hardship and inhuman conditions of the rebelion de las ratas working classes.
Everything has changed since the arrival of the new settlers who also spoke a different language, used different gestures and had different habits. This article does not cite any sources.
February Learn how and when to remove this template message. Without much resources, the family settles in pas garbage dump and Reducindo is hired to work in a mine where he suffers exploitation and deplorable work conditions.
La Rebelion de Las Ratas by Fernando Soto Aparicio (1996, Paperback)
The rebelion de las ratas of the villagers now contrasted with the enormous houses recently built by the foreigners. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Rebelion de las ratas 4 May Later on, the unhappiness turns into a total rebellion when the miners discover among the rocks the rotting corpses of miners that had been buried by a collapsed tunnel.
The problem was not much the difference in wealth but the damaged caused to the agricultural land, which had been ruined due to the constant rolling of the heavy machinery that transported the coal.
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Retrieved from ” rebelion de las ratas Outraged, by the cover up, the workers run along the streets causing and stampede, among them a group of miners decide to destroy the wealthy houses of wealthy neighborhood. Views Read Edit View history. Articles lacking sources from February All articles lacking sources.
As he finds no place to stay he decides to settle in a garbage dump in the outskirts of the town. The villagers did not own the land they worked with their own hands, thus when they found themselves without land to work there was no rebelion de las ratas option than working in the mines.
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