Captain Alguacil Mayor

The literary construction of El Gueguense allows a variety of interpretations. For some, el Gueguense is a very hardworking, shrewd and prosperous merchant who does not want to pay taxes to the Government imposed by the Spanish Crown. For others, el Gueguense is a small skillful, rogue trader and conman, who makes use of his thousand tricks to deceive the Spanish authorities that not only manages to avoid the payment of taxes, but also marrying one of his sons with the daughter of the Governor. vianica. com/sp/go/specials, adds us, El Gueguense is an attractive and very interesting work by the components that comprise it as comedy bailete: parliaments, music and dances, as well as by the theatrical clothing of the actors, which is similar to those used in its origins, with some modifications and enrichments which have been taking place over time. The name comes from its main character, el Gueguense, the that in turn comes from the nahuatl huehue Word, which means old, wise. The work consists of 14 characters. They are three mestizos: el Gueguense, his son Don Forsico and his son Don Ambrosio; four Spanish authorities: Governor Tastuanes, Captain Alguacil Mayor, Royal scribe and Real Alderman; three women: Dona Suche Malinche and her two ladies of company; and four males (beasts of burden): the Macho-moto, the Macho-viejo, the Macho-mohino, and male-guajaqueno (others call him Macho-boaqueno).

The clothing of different characters is very striking. The Spanish dress suits and elegant with sequins and high stockings, other colonial hats of masks painted with whiskers and blond or brown hair, and blue or clear eyes. Mestizos wear masks with dark whiskers, straw hats, less ostentatious clothes, shoes sandals or go barefoot and carry a chischil (or rattle) pointed metal. Males go barefoot and wear jackets with sequins and masks of horses, a horsehair mecate and also carry chischil metallic. The ladies are not masked and wear long dresses, necklaces and earrings. El Gueguense describes himself as a businessman who travels through the different colonial territories of Mexico and Central America with fine goods. His sons are his assistants: Don Forsico is his right hand and back, Don Ambrosio is his detractor. Four males are their loading and working animals.

The Tastuanes Governor is the highest authority and Captain Alguacil Mayor its police force. The Royal scribe and Real Alderman are local government officials. Dona Suche Malinche is the daughter of Governor Tastuanes and the two ladies are her servants. The plot has 314 Parliament Eng. industrial, lawyer. EGADE (ITESM), UC, University of Chile postgraduate master’s degrees in administration of companies mention markets, human resources; Quality and productivity; Doctoral education in Educacionprofesor holder and researcher Faces UC graduate Area. Program coordinator of postgraduate management quality and productivity, Faces, UC consultant – business advisor DEPROIMCAwww. environment-business. comEXATEC Blogs related FM Spacio file in the site become familiar to the habitante:isla dances: antilla:arahuaco: ceramica:venezuela the most sensual dances of fashion among young women world gossip Michelle Obama donates the model that took in the UNESCO’s honour evokes ‘mixed feelings’ for bishop UCA News Macho Men and Photo Fun lands on DSi and WiiWare today, News from Barbados Holidays St.Lawrence Gap Reality Weekends a Spanish saved the world from smallpox Cooperation, development Miguel Salazar: The opposition has no bearing because Spotlight is convinced on Corn Islands Nicaragua completo LatinWorld