Evita: The Real Life of Eva Peron Setting & Symbolism

Nicholas Fraser
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Argentina

Argentina is the country of concern in the book.

Junín

Junin, Argentina is Evita's hometown.

Buenos Aires

The largest city in Argentina, Buenos Aires is the location of the central government and Evita's home from the time she was fifteen until her death at thirty-three.

Evita's Tomb

When Evita died, an elaborate tomb was built for her so that the public could visit but her body was eventually removed from it.

Evita's Body

Evita's body was embalmed after her death so that it could be publicly displayed; however, the regime following Peron had it removed and it seemed to have been lost for years afterward until it was finally buried in a cemetery for persons of importance in Argentina. Her body also came to symbolize her memory.

Fascism

Fascism is a totalitarian philosophy that attempts to merge the state and the economy and eschews limits on...

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