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It is this connection, manifested through the use of humor, parody and cartoon-like characters which defines the narrative of La Guaracha del Macho Camacho.

It is the purpose of this study however, not to define what kind of novel La Guaracha del Macho Camacho is, but rather to bring into the open certain aspects of the text that perhaps have been overlooked or even ignored. I will make a comparison between what I called The Problem of the Colonized and the Colonization of Woman as an Island, followed by and study of woma e n; her re mis presentation, her function as agent, actant, and her position in order to determine what is her role, how she conducts it, and who she is or has to become to do so.

The historical background of the island of Puerto Rico has been characterized by constant domination of colonial forces, first the Spanish and later the United States. From colony to neo-colony little has changed the marginal position of the island in respect to the centers of an industrialized society.

The North-South association --new world order-- where North constitutes the oppressor, the invader, the controlling force, and South the oppressed, the invaded, and controlled, creates the Master-Slave relation or the colonizer and colonized position clearly represented by The United States and Puerto Rico. The island has been controlled and dominated by an external power which acts, in Hegelian terms, as the Herr or master.

In the novel, Vicente Reinosa represents if not the oppressor, the mechanism of oppression since he favors the United States' interventionist pressence. Vicente carries a political title which reveals his political afiliation.

He is the agent of the colonizer, he welcomes "Yankees, this is home" 29 7 rather than the well known expression "Yankees, go home. Just as Vicente represents the North through his privileged position, the island of Puerto Rico, la Isla in Spanish, and with the article la preceeding the noun, can be identified with la Mujer, Woman 8.

What, how, and who is SHE? Author: Hector Canonge. Date: Annual From: Hybrido Magazine Vol. Publisher: Hybrido Magazine. Document Type: Article. Length: 5, words. Access from your library This is a preview. Get the full text through your school or public library. Source Citation Canonge, Hector. Accessed 4 June

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It is this connection, manifested through the use of humor, parody and cartoon-like characters which defines the narrative of La Guaracha del Macho Camacho. It is the purpose of this study however, not to define what kind of novel La Guaracha del Macho Camacho is, but rather to bring into the open certain aspects of the text that perhaps have been overlooked or even ignored. I will make a comparison between what I called The Problem of the Colonized and the Colonization of Woman as an Island, followed by and study of woma e n; her re mis presentation, her function as agent, actant, and her position in order to determine what is her role, how she conducts it, and who she is or has to become to do so. The historical background of the island of Puerto Rico has been characterized by constant domination of colonial forces, first the Spanish and later the United States. From colony to neo-colony little has changed the marginal position of the island in respect to the centers of an industrialized society. The North-South association --new world order-- where North constitutes the oppressor, the invader, the controlling force, and South the oppressed, the invaded, and controlled, creates the Master-Slave relation or the colonizer and colonized position clearly represented by The United States and Puerto Rico.

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What, how, and who is SHE? in La guaracha del Macho Camacho: an analysis of the female role

It achieves this largely through a focus on the role of mass media radio, cinema, television, advertisements and on the plurality and instability of language Spanish, English, local Spanglish in everyday Puerto Rican life. Like most of the rest of Latin America , Puerto Rico underwent processes of conquest and colonization that included the exploitation of its natural resources, the extinction of its native inhabitants, and the importation of African slaves to replace the extinct natives. This shift, however, did not signify the independence of the island; it represented only a change in the colonizing power. After Puerto Ricans had lived for almost two years under a military government, the U. Congress passed the Foraker Act, which instituted a civil government in Puerto Rico. This act allowed Puerto Ricans to elect a resident commissioner, who would represent their interests in the United States; in this commissioner became a nonvoting delegate in the U. House of Representatives.

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