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Eva Peron Biografia Resumen

Eva Peron Biografia Resumen

Eva Peron Biografia Resumen

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La E filo de Eva was a Argentinean film made in 1946, it was the first film directed by Luis A. Polanski and other two were "Life of Angel" in 1998 and "The Fearless Vampire Killers" in 1967. The use of the famous blonde leading lady, dressed in a white, flowing, costume and flaming red roses shroud her head is a style tale of the 20th and 21st century.

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Nacimiento en la ciudad de Junín. Otros historiadores sostienen esta hipótesis, apoyada en los testimonios de testigos. Según ellos, Evita habría nacido efectivamente en Junín debido a que, por problemas con el embarazo, su madre debió trasladarse a la ciudad de Junín para recibir mejor atención. En la época del nacimiento de Evita era habitual que las mujeres con embarazos problemáticos del área de influencia de Junín se trasladaran allí en búsqueda de una mejor atención médica, y que sigue siendo así en muchos casos en la actualidad. De acuerdo a esta hipótesis, investigada principalmente por los historiadores juninenses Roberto Dimarco y Héctor Daniel Vargas, con los correspondientes testimonios de testigos, Eva habría nacido en una vivienda ubicada en la actual calle Remedios Escalada de San Martín Nº 82 (en aquella época la calle se llamaba José C. Paz) siendo asistido el parto por una obstetra universitaria llamada Rosa Stuani. Al poco tiempo se habrían trasladado al domicilio ubicado en Lebensohn Nº 70 (originalmente la calle era San Martín), hasta que la madre se repuso totalmente.

A setenta años de su irrupción en la historia argentina y a cuarenta de su muerte, el estudio más completo, profundo y exhaustivo sobre la vida de Juan Domingo Perón. Basada en una investigación que tomó más de ocho años e incluyó entrevistas en tres continentes y el examen detallado de un vastísimo corpus de documentos, esta biografía monumental del hombre que marcó a fuego la Argentina de la segunda mitad del siglo XX es indispensable para entender la Argentina del siglo XXI. Publicado originalmente con la vuelta a la democracia en los años ochenta, Perón. Una biografía se convirtió rápidamente en un clásico y, agotado hace años, sigue siendo texto de referencia. Esta nueva edición, con un prólogo del profesor Page en ocasión del 40° aniversario de la muerte de Perón, pone el libro a disposición de las nuevas generaciones. No hay relato de la historia y de la política argentinas sin Perón. Es posible que nunca lo haya. Este libro revelador y fascinante ayuda a entender por qué. ...more.

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En aquella época la ley argentina establecía una serie de calificaciones infames para las personas si sus padres no habían contraído matrimonio legal, genéricamente llamados hijos ilegítimos. Una de esas calificaciones era la de hijo adulterino, circunstancia que se hacía constar en la partida de nacimiento de los niños. Ese era el caso de Evita, quien en 1945 logró que se destruyera su partida de nacimiento original para eliminar esa tacha infamante.[6] Una vez en el gobierno, el peronismo en general y Evita en particular, impulsarían avanzadas leyes antidiscriminatorias para igualar a las mujeres con los varones y a los niños entre sí, sin importar la naturaleza de las relaciones entre sus padres, proyectos que fueron muy resistidos por la oposición, la Iglesia y las Fuerzas Armadas. Finalmente en 1954, dos años después de su muerte, el peronismo logró sancionar una ley eliminando las discriminaciones más infamantes (hijos adulterinos, sacrílegos, mánceres, naturales, etc.), aunque manteniendo la diferencia entre hijos legítimos e ilegítimos.[7] El propio Perón, con quien se casaría, había sido registrado como hijo ilegítimo.

Peron was a special kind of dictator - similar to Franco in some ways (previous military background, balancing opposing forces in a divide and conquer manner to hang on to power), but different in other ways. I guess one of the most surprising and complex differences are how he was neither a leftist nor a rightist. In fact, he coined the term "Third Way" as being somewhere between the two. At first this is surprising because of his reputation of sympathy and support for fascists and in particular Nazis. In fact, it seems that it was more opportunistic than idealogical. Yes, he did turn a blind eye to many Nazis leaving Germany once the Third Reich's fate was sealed, but so did a lot of countries (note that as military governor of Bavaria, Patton turned a blind eye to former Nazi party cadres returning to their jobs after the war). Peron espoused a typical Catholic conservative worldview and later in life spouted idiotic theories about Zionist conspiracies and so forth, but he also was loved by labor. This is because, in his quest for power and given his peasant origins, he quickly realized that making overtures to the working class and keeping them happy would essentially guarantee his power. While this was mostly true, it was also a liability that was to cost Argentina heavily in the long run. In fact, he was kicked out of Argentina for 17 years but they were turbulent years of increasing violence which peaked at the moment of his return. Well, return may be a strong word since he returned old and sick and barely lasted a year once assuming power before he passed away from untreated medical issues. The violence, once again surprisingly, pitted the peronists of the extreme right (which we can understand in a dictatorship) against peronists of the extreme left (surprising because they claimed legitimacy from Peron's history with the labor movement but were cold-hearted killers like those on the extreme right). It was a complete mess and cost thousands of lives and years to recuperate for the country.

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The dissertation examines a body of narratives related to the literary and film representations of Eva Perón, the most crucial female figure of the populist Argentine imaginary. The defining feature of the corpus goes from the publication of La razón de mi vida, in 1951, to 2003, when Daniel Herrendorf published Evita, la loca de la casa. The dissertation focuses on populism as a particular inflection in the modernization process in Argentina, as it is studied by Ernesto Laclau, among others. In this sense, it examines the reverberative effects that the presence of Eva Perón caused in the paternalistic and homophobic Argentine society during the 1950s and after that, in a process that allowed her to become an ideological, political and aesthetic icon in the nationalistic culture. The different images of Eva Perón in literature and film are read as a cultural metaphor that crosses the last fifty years in Argentina. The issues that were expressed through her life became permanent points of reference and were later used in the articulation of other ideological and cultural concerns, lending themselves easily to other formulations. In this way, the figure of Eva Perón has developed into a cultural reference point that has the ability to engender different meanings in different contexts.The hypothesis of the dissertation is that these representations can be read as allegories of the different social, political and cultural moments in the modernization process in Argentina. In this sense, these narratives can be articulated in the symbolic sphere with an imaginary where modernity, gender and populism interweave at different levels. To analyze the representation of Eva Perón from its beginning and to follow it in its trajectory, allows us to uncover the reasons behind the creation of her rich symbolic value.The objective of the dissertation is to address the following questions: How was Eva Perón depicted in Argentine literature and film during the period 1951-2003? What factors are at the origins of those modes of representation? What place can we assign to these representations in relation to the modernization process in Argentina?

Amparados em pesquisa bibliografica, fundamentada nos aportes teoricos de Beatriz Sarlo, Denilson Lopes, Roland Barthes e Susan Sontag, definimos o biografema homocultural camp e o relacionamos a protagonista do romance Santa Evita , de Tomas Eloy Martinez (1995), bem como a intervencoes criticas do autor sobre outras representacoes de Eva Peron.

 

 

 

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