Reputations - Chapter 1 pgs 18-37 Summary & Analysis

Juan Gabriel Vásquez
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Mallarino had just started drawing cartoons when he and Magdalena got married. He had dropped out of architecture school and refused to let his father help him get a job so that he could paint. He believed his caricatures were only a temporary way to make a living.

Mallarino was outraged when one of his cartoons was edited before it was published. He confronted the editor of the paper for an explanation, but the editor only made fun of his complaint. When he got home, Magdalena told Mallarino they would show the newspaper by not sending them any more cartoons.

Mallarino drew out a series of three cartoons about editing and sent them, along with a letter, to Pedro León Valencia, the editor of El Independiente. He offered to let the man publish the cartoons if he would publish all three...

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