La Familia Burrón has 24 ratings and 0 reviews. Cincuenta años se dice fácil, pero a lo largo de cinco décadas, Gabriel Vargas ha reflejado el acontecer. La Familia Burrón (“The Burron Family”) is a Mexican comic describing the life of a low-class family living in Mexico. It was written in by Gabriel Vargas.
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However, the pronunciation bburron his name sounds suspiciously similar as many province locations in Mexico, which adds a touch of credibility to his unusual name.
So, basically the family lives somewhere in “lots of hundreds plus 88 Rennet Alley”. She was born to a wealthy and well known family in Mexico City. She’s just a minor character in the comics, but since is always present wherever Cristeta is, appears burrno often although her participation in the stories is minimal. Refresh and try again. The comic focused on slices of life – comedy stories, often based in real life experiences of the lower classes of Mexico and described from a satirical point of view.
Books by Gabriel Vargas. The recurrent characters have adventures ka their own, in a completely independent way of the mainstream, although in a few rare episodes they interact with the Tamilia.
She was included in the mainstream to represent and criticize the selfless and suffered mother that gives everything for her son, a common Mexican stereotype of the date. Lucila Ballenato Initially introduced as a minor character, antagonist of Bella burfon possible crime partner of Ruperto, gradually becomes one of the main characters and has several comics dedicated just to her and her life.
With the help of the neighbors, she has robbed department stores and marketplaces using wrestling masks and using a musket. Paulina added it Dec 09, Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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La Familia Burron it is considered one of the most representative comics of the Mexican popular culture of all times. Ruperto and Bella eventually develops feelings for each other, but due to the prejudices of the time, they can’t have an open relationship gurron a widow, his an ex-con.
His name has no meaning at all, is just a tongue twister made by joining as many k phonemes as possible. Kogaxe rated it it was amazing Feb 24, Borola is the family boss, and main character of the cartoon. The comic was published for over 60 years, from untilwith additional reprints after that date, not just in comics, but also in newspapers. Articles needing additional references from November All articles needing additional references Commons category link is on Wikidata.
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Using a unique combination of slang, popular expressions, Prehispanic terms, colloquial and contracted or even invented words, all mixed together, Vargas created a unique language in which basically every single common word of our language has a strange and unusual equivalent in the Burron’s universe. Diego Vargas marked it as to-read Jun 24, Aunt Cristeta Borola’s tutor did not fight her niece’s decision. Fah rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Martha Stewart rated it it was amazing May 18, Boba Licona Cristeta’s personal assistant.
Ramon rated it really liked it Nov 03, Retrieved 8 April Ingrid added it Apr 19, Melani Montes marked it as to-read Sep 21, Usually, in this stories, none of the family members are included, and sometimes not even mentioned at all.
Creative, impulsive and extroverted, she is always getting herself into trouble as she attempts to get her family out of poverty, although the truth is that the money is obtained sporadically from shady businesses that she undertakes without her husband’s knowledge. Want to Read Failia Reading Read.
La Familia Burrón: Vol. 1 by Gabriel Vargas
Antonio Talamantes rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Retrieved from ” https: She’s a widow of advanced age who has a totally useless hippie son named Avelino Pilongano which basically does nothing although he insists he’s a Poetexcept live at her mother’s expense. They share the same economical situation and are used to represent the most abandoned and poor social class buron Mexico.
Luzy Cabrera marked it as to-read Aug 27,