Monday, February 12, 2007

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       - Massimiliano Villianueva

Raised in a Mapuche settlement in Southern Chile, Massimiliano Villianueva (1760-1817) joined the country’s drive for independence from Spain in the early 1800s. His mother was a Machi and foretold of Villianueva’s death – which was to be pulled underwater by a Nguruvilu. This may not have been far from the truth as Villianueva drowned in a creek during the Battle of Chacabuco under the leadership of Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme. Among the items found on his body upon examination was a large notebook with crude sketches as well as drafts of poems (heavily influenced by Alonso de Ercilla y Zúñiga) that revealed the chaotic machinations of a region fighting for independence. The Mapuche were fond of neither the Spaniard royalists nor the Army of the Andes as both were considered passive-aggressive in their attitudes towards the indigenous tribes. As per tradition, Massimiliano Villianueva was buried on a bed of Copihue.


Blogger Ken Brosky said...

This is such a great idea. I hope you decide to make a "Best of ..." and put it in book form. Really, it's so original that it draws readers in with such ease.


2:55 PM  
Anonymous Morton Hurley said...

Hey Ken ~ a book is being prepared for the first 60 posts from this site. If things go well, a second volume will be made! You can find a copy of the book under the "Postface" heading on the left.

Thanks for the compliment!

6:52 PM  

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