In my particular case, I traversed my childhood and adolescence part at that time. I met the prisons of the dictatorship on the inside. I didn’t have ten years and if he wasn’t conscious at least Yes perceived contradiction between the official discourse and the reality that surrounded me. Some teachers and teachers repeated until the boredom that the Government protected democracy and freedom. But he could not question him. Once a teacher, by order of the Government, forced us to start up the leaves of a book where a story He told or suggested that a Fox would eat an OWL.
According to the authorities, he was very violent for children, but in my vacation I had heard secretly about visitors of my grandfather talking about the practices of the national Government and the Argentine of throwing people into the sea with bound feet from the air. Fifteen years later he learned of the death flights. Anyway, would have to tell you hours on that context which marked a whole generation, what in that same book that you mention the protagonist calls the generation of silence: children were trained to not speak, because talk meant any form of retaliation against someone as a person or yourself as a student. For example, I remember a cousin of mine who had her imprisoned father. The mother of his father, our grandmother, wouldn’t the child say milico to the military; He made him repeat the homeland soldiers respectfully. In the Queen of America, you face again (in novel key, clear) to the history of your country and we deliver a vision of the immigration, but from another perspective: that of Europe in America. Depending on what you investigaste for this novel and creative process after it did what particular features that kind of immigration in Latin America? All immigration has something in common.