Based on the readings by Azuela and related texts:
Analyze the narrative by focusing on the various voices and viewpoints of the characters created by Azuela as he related the experiences of the Mexican Revolution.
Provide evidence from the text by Azuela.

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Mariano Azuela’s famous short story Los de abajo (The Underdogs) focuses on several characters with different viewpoints about the Mexican Revolution, a highly turbulent time in the history of the Mexican nation. Azuela wrote “The Underdogs” in support of the Revolution and Pancho Villa, which sought to correct the moral failings of the Porfirio Diaz dictatorship. Through several characters, Azuela is able to showcase the various opinions that divided Mexican families and pitted brother against brother on many occasions....

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