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Du kanske gillar. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. At first glance, the novel does not seem -at least morally- to doubt: bad characters die, "catrinismo" is sensationally defeated and the truth left standing is monopolized by the clergy, military, and nobility. However, one can also trace in the protagonist the signs of the anxiety Lizardi experienced due to the development of a revolution that sooner rather than later would impose what he perceives as a materialist and bourgeois social code. This is probably why all political expectations in the novel rely on those redeemer-characters that form part of a colonial apparatus that Lizardi seems committed to modernize at all costs: clergymen that quote Rousseau, military officials who declare their loyalty to the king and the law, creole-aristocrats that do not speak of a nobility based on blood but of a nobility of virtues, and lettered men who fervently trust in the power of religion, education and work.

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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Maria Eugenia Mudrovcic Editor. Completed in and approved by the censorship in , "Don Catrin de la Fachenda" was the last novel written by Jose J. Fernandez de Lizardi, and the only one that remained unpublished until , five years after the death of its author.

At first glance, the novel does not seem -at least morally- to doubt: bad characters die, "catrinismo" is sensationally defeated and Completed in and approved by the censorship in , "Don Catrin de la Fachenda" was the last novel written by Jose J. At first glance, the novel does not seem -at least morally- to doubt: bad characters die, "catrinismo" is sensationally defeated and the truth left standing is monopolized by the clergy, military, and nobility.

Perhaps dazzled by the canonization process that Fernandez de Lizardi underwent at the hands of liberal historiography towards the end of the 19th century, critics tend to read "Don Catrin de la Fachenda" as the representative of a colonial order that an emergent Mexican nation must destroy in order to advance, free from those elements that halt progress, toward the promising period of liberal modernization.

However, one can also trace in the protagonist the signs of the anxiety Lizardi experienced due to the development of a revolution that sooner rather than later would impose what he perceives as a materialist and bourgeois social code. This is probably why all political expectations in the novel rely on those redeemer-characters that form part of a colonial apparatus that Lizardi seems committed to modernize at all costs: clergymen that quote Rousseau, military officials who declare their loyalty to the king and the law, creole-aristocrats that do not speak of a nobility based on blood but of a nobility of virtues, and lettered men who fervently trust in the power of religion, education and work.

Displaying what could be classified as a monarchical-constitutional reformism, Lizardi expects such privileged agents to carry out, without violence, the political and social changes needed in New Spain at the beginning of the 19th Century.

Far from being in line with a view of Lizardi as revolutionary and liberal, the results of the clash of discourses that occurs within "Don Catrin de la Fachenda" seems to confirm the author's nostalgia for a colonial order in which eternal truth, honor and authority prevail as bastions of the church, the army and the nobility.

In the current edition, Maria Eugenia Mudrovcic undertakes the analysis of Lizardi's last novel as well as provides notes that facilitate an in depth understanding of a text that though entertaining, is complex and contradictory. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published October 26th by Stockcero first published More Details Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nunca deja de creer en lo que cree: un vida llena de gozo sin importar las consecuencias. Feb 09, Fernando Dez rated it really liked it. Algo repetitivo, pero logras adentrarte en la vida de Catrin. Sus desventuras no se sienten tan tediosas como otras de este tipo.

Bastante recomendable. Aug 29, Carla rated it liked it. Sep 03, Karen Fausto rated it liked it Shelves: , school-reading. Un homenaje a todos los catrines, contado en primera persona por el mismo protagonista y primer defensor del estereotipo de los hombres de la aristocracia gentiles.

Jan 29, Jose Cajar rated it it was amazing. A biting satire on the hollow and lazy truth to social currency, this novel has only become more relevant when considering today's 'influencers. May 08, Daniel Araiza rated it did not like it. This book is just dreadful, the protagonist is a scoundrel, and moreover he's not even an interesting one all he ever does is praising himself for, guess what?

Nevertheless it could very well be seen as a historical testimony of the early XIX century Mexican Novohispanic society, there is n This book is just dreadful, the protagonist is a scoundrel, and moreover he's not even an interesting one all he ever does is praising himself for, guess what? Nevertheless it could very well be seen as a historical testimony of the early XIX century Mexican Novohispanic society, there is not much there that has not been said before in countless Mexican History books.

Probably the worst book I've ever read. Feb 02, Pamela rated it really liked it. Dec 14, Santiago rated it liked it. Muy divertido. View 1 comment. Cristian rated it really liked it Jan 24, Alfonso Gutierrez rated it it was ok May 09, Mariana rated it liked it Feb 10, Tina rated it liked it Oct 18, Omar rated it really liked it Nov 25, Andrea rated it liked it Apr 04, Kike RS rated it really liked it Oct 15, Lulu Ortega rated it really liked it Feb 14, Brend rated it liked it Feb 27, Momemilio rated it really liked it Feb 14, Sara An rated it really liked it Jun 13, Jill rated it liked it Aug 30, Grecia rated it it was amazing Jan 05, M CDC rated it liked it Feb 22, Natias Go rated it it was ok Feb 20, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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