Recounts the tragic fate of two former soldiers who succumb to Morazán ignorance and oligarchic reaction in which people live, forced submission, the futility of the gesture ultimately liberating (try popular literacy undertaken by the Cano), the approach and the socio-political message are strongly reflected in the work of the late author of Green Prison. Obviously, the context of Amaya Amador, belonging to it, does not exceed the usual Manichaeism traditional Latin American Novel, there are no alternatives, the reader knows, through passive and linear narrative, the Cano brothers have not other supernatural than imagined by the overheated imagination of his tormentors, that the real cause of his death are his eagerness to destroy oppression and, in large part, their capacity for love lucky that envy and intransigence seen as a product surrounding of covens and demonic pacts, stories of good and bad, valid especially for content that whistleblower in the case of Amaya Amador is, according to Longino Becerra, not some form of revolutionary militancy, "but the most passionate and important."
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