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Betrayal

A civil war means that a nation is divided, that a country is at war within itself. Sometimes, these wars take place between obviously different groups within a nation, but not always. The Spanish Civil War was one of the latter wars. It divided friends from friends and family members from family members. As Spaniards picked their sides in the conflict, long-standing friendships came to an end, siblings broke forever with siblings, and parents were sundered from children. Further, some people involved in the war were ruthless in their tactics, acting as spies, informing on former acquaintances, and so forth. In short, Spaniards on both sides felt that they were subject to terrible betrayals, not to mention that each side felt that the other was betraying the future of Spain itself. In repeating so often that Lorca was killed in his own hometown, Machado conveys the idea that...

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