Todas las Sangres


Every Blood (Spanish: Todas las sangres) is the fifth novel of the Peruvian writer José María Arguedas published in 1964. It is the author's longest and most ambitious novel, being an attempt to portray the whole of Peruvian life, by means of representations of geographic and social scenes of the entire country, although its focus is on the Andean sierra. The title alludes to the racial, regional and cultural diversity of the Peruvian nation. The novel revolves around two fundamental ideas: the danger of imperialist penetration into the country through large transnational companies, and the problem of modernization of the indigenous world.
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original title: Todas las sangres
language: Spanish
date of publication: 1964
genre: novel
followed by: The Fox From Up Above and the Fox From Down Below

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