Objects & Places from The Labyrinth of Solitude: Life and Thought in Mexico

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Pachuco - These are young people who represent a lack of spirit, form gangs and have specific language and behavior.

Los Angeles - This object is inhabited by more than a million people who moved north from their native country.

Paris - This object labeled the absence of people as being remarkable, since individuals usually gathered within it in small groups, and not as living communities.

Chingaste - This object labeled the same as residue in a glass.

Mexico - This place is regarded as being on the margin of universal history, where everything that is distant is strange. As in other countries, peasants represent the ancient elements of society.

Chinuirito - This object is a shot of alcohol.

Chingana - This object can also be referred to as a tavern.

Cuauhtemoc - This term refers to a falling eagle, while a person bearing it is a...

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