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In El capitán Veneno Pedro Antonio de Alarcón recounts the convalescence of the monarchist Capitán Veneno with Doña Teresa Carrillo de Albornoz, widow; Angustias, his daughter, and a Galician maid, after being wounded in a confrontation between the Monarchist Army and the Republican Army in a street in Madrid. After the first month of convalescence the captain does not hide his hatred for the women who take care of him, but Angustias (who is in his charge), tries to cope with the situation with enormous tolerance …
In Captain Veneno humorous and sentimental elements are mixed.
On the afternoon of March 26, 1848, there were shots and knives in Madrid between a handful of countrymen who, when they expired, launched the hitherto foreign cry of ¡Viva la República!, and the Army of the Spanish Monarchy (brought or created by Ataulfo, reconstituted by Don Pelayo and reformed by Trastamara), of which at that time he was visible leader, on behalf of Doña Isabel II, the President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of War, Don Ramón María Narváez…Fragment of the work
And enough with this history and politics, and let’s move on to talk about less known and more enjoyable things, to which those unfortunate events gave rise or conjuncture.
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