Tomás Carrasquilla Naranjo ( – ) was a Colombian writer who lived in the Antioquia Carrasquilla was little known in his time, according to Federico de Onís, . Hace tiempos; Ligia Cruz; (–) Los malos hábitos; El Rifle. “El rifle” es una de las pocas obras de Carrasquilla cuyo argumento sucede en Bogotá. Un cuento que es en realidad un retrato dramático de la pobreza y de la . Pedro, se di6 sepultura eclesiastica al cadaver de Tomas Carrasquilla.”6. Unamuno tells .. One of his short stories entitled El rifle (and incidentally the only one.
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When he returned to Santo Domingo, he dedicated himself to writing, untilwhen he lost his fortune due to the Banco Popular bankruptcy. Related stories Los espectros. He also saw the Colombian industrial revolution at the beginning of the 20th century, the Thousand Days Warand many other changes in his country.
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It also shows the relation between whites and blacks in Colombia at the end of the 19th century, and the mixture of beliefs among the mestizaje. Some of the articles he wrote in El Espectador made some observers suggest that he was a journalist, but his contributions to that field were rather limited.
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