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Gabriel García Moreno was a leading figure of Ecuadorian conservatism.
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Tolkien, the magical realism of Gabriel García Márquez ) and what the significance of this difference is.
Before the break off of dialogue, a letter written by a group of Colombian intellectuals ( among whom were Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez ) to the Simón Bolívar Guerrilla Coordinating Board was released denouncing the approach taken by the FARC-EP and the dire consequences that it was having for the country.
Magic realism, a popular technique among novelists of the latter half of the 20th century especially among Latin American writers, has some obvious similarities to Surrealism with its juxtaposition of the normal and the dream-like, as in the work of Gabriel García Márquez.
* Gabriel García Márquez's influential novel One Hundred Years of Solitude is published ( in Spanish ).
* September 24 – Battle of Guayaquil: Ecuadorian forces led by Juan José Flores and Gabriel García Moreno take the port of Guayaquil from Supreme Chief Guillermo Franco, who is backed by Peruvian forces.
Also, In the short story " La Santa ," by Nobel Prize Gabriel García Márquez a character is named after Zavattini.
* Gabriel García Márquez's novel The General in His Labyrinth ( 1989 ), a fictionalized account, of Bolívar's last days
The name of the train, Expresso de Hielo, was inspired by the opening line of Gabriel García Márquez's novel One Hundred Years of Solitude.
In 1967, the Wandering Jew appears as an unexplained magical realist townfolk legend in Gabriel García Márquez's 100 Years of Solitude.
Indeed, evidence suggests that Rosales was very nearly shot as well for helping García Lorca by the Civil Governor Valdes. The Basque Communist poet Gabriel Celaya wrote in his memoirs that he once found García Lorca in the company of Falangist José Maria Aizpurua.
Taking the seminal work of the style, One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, the reader must let go of preexisting ties to conventional exposition, plot advancement, linear time structure, scientific reason, etc., to strive for a state of heightened awareness of life's connectedness or hidden meanings.
Within the Latin American world, the most iconic of magical realist novelist is Nobel Laureate Gabriel García Márquez, whose novel One Hundred Years of Solitude was an instant worldwide success. Plaque of Gabriel García Márquez, Paris García Márquez confessed: " my most important problem was destroying the line of demarcation that separates what seems real from what seems fantastic.
Gabriel and Moreno
In 1873, by petition of president Gabriel García Moreno, Ecuador was the first country in the world to be consecrated to the Sacred Heart, fulfilling God's petition to Saint Margaret Mary over two hundred years later.
In 1860, the city was the site of the Battle of Guayaquil, the last of a series of military conflicts between the forces of the Provisional Government, led by Gabriel García Moreno and General Juan José Flores, and the forces of the Supreme Chief of Guayas, General Guillermo Franco, whose government was recognized as possessing sovereignty over the Ecuadorian territory by Peruvian president Ramón Castilla.
This intense rivalry has not stopped players from playing for both clubs, most notably José Manuel Moreno, Hugo Orlando Gatti, Alberto Tarantini, Oscar Ruggeri, Julio Olarticoechea, Carlos Tapia, Gabriel Batistuta and Claudio Caniggia.
Strongmen who sometimes governed through figureheads included Diego Portales of Chile, Rafael Núñez of Colombia, Tomás Guardia Gutiérrez of Costa Rica, Fulgencio Batista of Cuba, Ulises Heureaux and Rafael Trujillo of the Dominican Republic, Gabriel García Moreno of Ecuador, Raoul Cédras of Haiti, Porfirio Díaz and Plutarco Elías Calles of Mexico, the Somoza family of Nicaragua, José Antonio Remón Cantera, Omar Torrijos and Manuel Noriega of Panama, Dési Bouterse of Suriname, and Antonio Guzmán Blanco and Juan Vicente Gómez of Venezuela.
Gabriel García Moreno, upon assuming power two days after the Battle of Guayaquil in September 1860, the yellow, blue and red triband was returned to use ; its reinstatement on September 26 is commemorated during Ecuador's national flag day.
< td width =" 250 " height =" 65 " bgcolor ="# f6f6f6 "> Gabriel García Moreno, upon assuming power two days after the Battle of Guayaquil, reinstated the tricolor flag of Greater Colombia on September 26, 1860.
Tensions came to a head in 1875 when the conservative President Gabriel García Moreno, after being elected to his third term, was allegedly assassinated by anticlerical Freemasons.
A political liberal, Montalvo's beliefs were marked by anti-clericalism and a keen hatred for the two caudillos that ruled Ecuador during his life: Gabriel García Moreno and Ignacio de Veintemilla.
* Gabriel García Moreno ( 1821 – 1876 ), Ecuadorian statesman who twice served as President of that country
During this era the club hired talented playmaker Giovanni Moreno and striker Gabriel Hauche, although the team did not a good performance that season.
Gabriel Gregorio Fernando José María García y Moreno y Morán de Buitrón ( December 24, 1821 – August 6, 1875 ) was an Ecuadorian politician who twice served as President of Ecuador ( 1859-1865 and 1869-1875 ) and was assassinated during his second term, after being elected to a third term.
Gabriel Garcia Moreno was born in 1821, the son of Gabriel García y Gómez, a Spanish merchant, and María de las Mercedes Moreno y Morán de Buitrón, a member of a wealthy aristocratic criollo family in Ecuador's main port, Guayaquil.
Pope Pius IX declared that Gabriel Garcia Moreno " died a victim for the Faith and Christian Charity for his beloved country.
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And with Progressivism the Religion of Humanity was replacing what Gabriel called Christian supernaturalism.
His duty was to write a school text and to teach the entire personnel of the Gabriel how to speak Ozagen.
What Gabriel was being asked to do now, however, was to re-examine all his basic assumptions, make value-judgments on them, and give them new and different powers in his mind to govern his motives.
What Gabriel was asking was that mankind forego all its parochial moral judgments, and contract to let the Angels serve on Earth as it is in Heaven regardless of the applicable Earth laws.
The simple treaty principle that Gabriel was asking him to ratify, in short, was nothing less than total trust.
Alphonse Gabriel " Al " Capone ( January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947 ) was an American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate.
The lyrics were written in honor of Green Beret James Gabriel, Jr., the first Native Hawaiian who died in Vietnam, who was executed by the Viet Cong while on a training mission on April 8, 1962.
Mumy was born in San Gabriel, California, the son of Muriel Gertrude ( née Gould ) and Charles William Mumy, Sr., a cattle rancher.
The first to be born was the radical Chadian Progressive Party ( PPT ) in February 1947, initially headed by Panamanian born Gabriel Lisette, but from 1959 headed by François Tombalbaye.
) Among the executed was one of Cuba's greatest poets, Gabriel de la Concepción Valdés, now commonly known as " Placido ".
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit ( 24 May 1686 – 16 September 1736 ) was a Dutch-German-Polish physicist, engineer, and glass blower who is best known for inventing the alcohol thermometer ( 1709 ) and the mercury thermometer ( 1714 ), and for developing a temperature scale now named after him.
This was proved by Gabriel Lamé in 1844, and marks the beginning of computational complexity theory.
The wind tunnel was used to investigate the characteristics of the airfoil sections used by the early pioneers of aviation such as the Wright Brothers, Gabriel Voisin and Louis Blériot.
The open-minded Gabriel Narutowicz was constitutionally elected president by the National Assembly in 1922, but deemed not pure enough by the nationalist right wing, was assassinated.
The high seriousness of the subject was also epitomized in Dante Gabriel Rossetti's painting ( illustrated ), in which a woman modelled by Jane Morris holds the Grail with one hand, while adopting a gesture of blessing with the other.
According to this account, the birth of John was foretold by the angel Gabriel to Zachariah, while Zachariah was performing his functions as a priest in the temple of Jerusalem.
Zachariah had lost his speech at the behest and prophecy of the angel Gabriel, and it was restored on the occasion of Zachariah naming John.