De la muerte a la vida. La risa dialéctica
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Carnival, real and mysterious, tangible and authentic, is probably the most universal as well as archaic ritual that persists in the midst of our contemporary, globalized world. It bears a close and very particular relation to Christianity, without which it would not be what it is, but its roots sink into more ancient beliefs and rituals, related to fertility and thus to the rhythms of life: birth and death. It derives its nourishment from different cultural sources and its nature is syncretic par excellence. It has accompanied humanity during millennia, and it propagates underground, like bamboo shoots, from town to town, from age to age, from city to city and from continent to continent. It remains latent for long periods, as though it were hibernating in order to rise again to the surface, sometimes after centuries, always in times of the greatest social transformations, taking over the streets.
- Articulos 
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