The Underdogs Azuela Analysis

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The underdogs by Azuela was the first novel to speak against corruption in the post-revolutionary government and society. It was referred to as the greatest novel on Mexican Revolution. It depicts a charismatic Demetrio who warms readers into discovering the cause of the Mexican Revolution. The aftermath of the revolution is heart breaking. In the story, Azuela uses short bursts of prose and covers large period of time by using the succinct narrative passages and moving rapidly from one ill to another. Much of the book is fatalistic as Demetria cannot understand what he is doing or his reasons for doing it. He simply keeps fighting up until he is the only man standing. He just does without questioning depicting the path that was followed by
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