El canasto del sastre /​ Jose Milla (Salome Jil). Author. Milla, José, Published. Guatemala: Piedra Santa, Physical Description. p.: ill. ; 21 . Buy a cheap copy of El Canasto del Sastre book by José Milla y Vidaurre. Free shipping over $ 0 ReviewsWrite review ?id=ULBvm20pVC0C. El canasto del sastre. By José Milla. About this.

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Mercedes Vidaurre Molina, the daughter of a wealthy Guatemalan family.

He was married to a cousin, Mercedes Vidaurre and had 7 daughters and sons. Milla grew up in a time of great instability, where the struggles between liberals and conservatives rl bringing chaos to Guatemala. He came from a well-to-do family and was not a politically relevant figure.

However, it is known that he had conservative tendencies and came to public office under conservative governments. His works can be qualified under various literary genresalthough they were mainly dedicated to story-telling, novels and more specifically historical szstre.

His main theme was life in the colonial Guatemala. His “novelas costumbristas” are about the customs of Guatemalan people during colonial times and during the first years after Guatemalan independence.


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In his works, he shows an ability for story-telling and imagination. For him, one of the main functions of literature was to entertain and his books are examples of such function.

Jose Milla was well-educated, an expert of Guatemalan idiosyncrasies, its history and its customs. The Belize region in the Yucatan peninsula was never occupied by either Spain or Guatemala, even though Spain made some exploratory expeditions in the 16th century that serve as her basis to claim the area as hers; [2] Camasto simply inherited that argument to claim the territory, even they it never sent any expedition to the area after the Independence from Spain indue to the Central American civil war that ensued and lasted until After the Central America independence from Mil,a inBelize became the leading edge of the commercial entrance of Britain in the isthmus; British commercial brokers established themselves there and began prosper commercial routes with the Caribbean harbors of Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.

InWilliam Walker’s threat loomed again over Central America; in order to get the weapons needed to face the filibuster, Carrera’s regime had to come to terms about Belize with the British Empire.


On 30 Aprilthe Wyke-Aycinena treaty was signed, between the English and Guatemalan representatives.

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Among those who signed the treaty was Milla y Vidaurre, who worked with Aycinena in the Foreign Ministry at the time. Un viaje al otro mundo pasando por otras partes Foro red boa in Spanish. Retrieved 12 September Millla La Hora in Spanish. Woodward, Ralph Lee, Jr.

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University of Georgia Press. Retrieved 28 December Cuadros de costumbres guatemaltecas in Spanish. Imprenta de la Paz. El visitador in Spanish.

Imprenta de La Paz. Un viaje al otro mundo, pasando por otras partes.

September 30, Define the borders between the British settlement of Belize and Guatemala.