Class war is played out in a dream-like sequence in the home of an indifferent bourgeois family. Her immediate concern, she continues, stems in part from several recent, disquieting events involving the harapientos of the city. That very evening, for. Meyer, hearing the commotion, comes down and threatens to shoot the intruder if he does not leave immediately.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Lyday Published Art. As its title suggests, Egon Wolff's Los invasores deals with an invasion—the invasion and conquest of a city by the poor people or harapientos who live on its outskirts. The conquerors, obviously bent on exacting vengeance for the oppression they have so long endured, quickly destroy all vestiges of the capitalist way of life and impose a rule which, although it has anarchic overtones, is essentially socialist in nature.
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Egon Wolff April 13, — November 2, was a Chilean playwright and author. Born in Santiago , he was educated in Chile and the United States. Egon Wolff was born into a middle-class family of German immigrants, to parents who espoused traditional family values and encouraged traditional work ethics. During his childhood Wolff suffered periods of ill health and turned to reading; he read the classics of world literature to escape the boredom of being sick and bedridden. At the age of 16 Wolff produced his first novel, El Ocaso Sunset.