By Reynaldo Sietecase
¿A cuántos hay que matar? Esa inquietante pregunta es el disparador de un relato duro y perturbador que no se detendrá hasta que los angeles respuesta a ese interrogante se cumpla inexorable. Quien pregunta es Mariano Márquez -el abogado y protagonista de los angeles exitosa Un crimen argentino-. Quien responde es un poderoso empresario que no cejará hasta vengarse de los secuestradores y asesinos de su único hijo.
La nueva novela de Reynaldo Sietecase expone los dilemas que plantea los angeles justicia por mano propia, y pone al descubierto el afán económico, los angeles ambición mezquina y el odio, pasiones profundas que cruzarán los destinos de un preso que se niega a recuperar su libertad, de un periodista en procura de reconocimiento a cualquier precio, de fiscales y policías que pierden de vista el issue humano, de una bella y enamorada stripper, de un asesino a sueldo eficaz y refinado, de un héroe civil nacido de una tragedia familiar.
Como en Un crimen argentino, como en Pendejos -sus narraciones anteriores-, como en los mejores ejemplos del género policial, esta n ovela se hunde en los rincones más oscuros de l. a. sociedad hasta lograr un retrato impiadoso de los angeles condición humana. Y no persigue el triunfo de los angeles justicia sino revelar el entramado de locura y violencia que los hombres son capaces de urdir.
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The difference between western Pannonia and the area close to the Empire became greater and greater when the barbarians began to settle between these regions. 8 The area where this process took place was established according to the size of the Romanized territory. e. 10 The latter is in fact Pannonia Secunda between the Sava and the Danube, the territory stretching from the SavaDrina confluence to the SavaDanube confluence. 11 In his theory, Al. Philippide also took into account the boundary between the northern Thracians and Illyrians, which was later redefined by I.
52 For this reason, we must regard with circumspection his data about the Balkan Vlachs: Notandum [est hic] quod inter Machedoniam, Achayam et Thesalonicam est quidam populus valde magnus et spaciosus qui vocantur Blazi [Blasi in other manuscripts], qui et olim fuerunt Romanorum pastores, ac in Ungaria ubi erant pascua Romanorum propter nimiam terre viriditatem et fertilitatem olim morabantur. Sed tandem ab Ungaris inde expulsi, ad partes illae fugierunt. (It should be noted that between Macedonia, Achaia and Thessalonic there is a certain people much numerous and widespread, called Blazi, who were once the shepherds of the Romans and who formerly settled in Hungary, where the pastures of the Romans were, on account of the exceeding lushness and fertility of the land.
Only these Romanians were known in Hungary, the homeland of the Anonymous Notary, who had them in mind when he wrote about Gelou. The form Blasii which belongs to the vernacular language was an exception in GH, a text that usually recorded the Latin forms (Blaci and Blachi, in this case). Some researchers59 accepted the trustworthiness of the data recorded in Descriptio Europae Orientalis about the homeland of the Balkan Vlachs, especially because it seemed that a Byzantine source confirmed it.