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Es sorprendente que en las primeras ceremonias del Oscar estuviera presente una pelicula basada en Pancho Villa.
En Memorias de Pancho Villa la perspectiva del personaje historico se traduce en un permanente monologo interior sobre los sucesos externos que le ocurren al personaje principal.
Ya en los inicios de la polemica, Adolfo Fernandez Bustamante discurria que tal vez "fuera mas denigrante para nosotros que hubieran exhibido al verdadero Pancho Villa, y no al Villa novelesco, pintoresco, cinematografico que exhiben", y aconsejo mas calma frente a una pelicula que no era mas que una obra "llena de convencionalismos".
These three representative analyses all explore the problematic spatial and temporal positioning of the character of Pancho Villa and its ramifications on the semiotic and symbolic levels of the collective consciousness of Mexicans.
Amid the many shops, in deference to the past, there's a statue of Pancho Villa charging on horseback.
Se fueron en busca de Pancho Villa hasta encontrarlo: treinta y cuatro anos de edad, cien kilos de peso, cuerpo musculoso, como una estatua.
images of Mexican national heroes such as Pancho Villa and Emilio Zapata appear again and again as icons imbricated in a historical memory meant to evoke national pride, cultural distinction, political resistance, and a sense of shared community (118).
He told me a family story that shed light on how his own relationship to mythand to the Westmay have been shaped in part by the exploits of his Uncle Harry, a ne'er-do-well in the Old Country who wound up fighting alongside Pancho Villa in Mexico and battling anti-Semites on a California ranch.
El resultado fue un libro que lleva por titulo Pancho Villa, que, al igual que La Guerra Secreta en Mexico, es un texto bien fundamentado, en el que se entrecruzan las versiones legendarias del personaje y los testimonios concretos acerca de su vida y andanzas.
Durante una funcion, le corto los botones de la casaca a Pancho Villa mientras cantaba: <<la navaja es una cosa que se saca y que se mete .
In The General and the Jaguar, the author turns her investigative talents toward an account of the attack on Columbus, New Mexico, in March of 1916 by Pancho Villa and the ensuing ten-month manhunt through the Mexican border state of Chihuahua conducted by General John Pershing and his ten-thousand-strong Punitive Expedition.