Disco CroMagnon

The fire of the Cromagnon Republic nightclub, located in the neighborhood of Once, Buenos Aires, Argentina, occurred on December 30, 2004 on the occasion of a recital of the Callejeros rock group. The audience was mostly young (average 20 years of age), with presence of some children. With respect to the origin, it is believed that the trigger would have been the use of pyrotechnics, (a Bengal, and an item known as three shots, which triggered three explosions with lights on the air). They would have burned in principle the low roof of the place, causing fire of large proportions, with dense smoke. There were great difficulties for the evacuation of the place, which aggravated the consequences of what happened because a: Denso smoke avalanche in the attempt to leave the interpretation of the fire place as part of the door’s closed emergency lack of signposting some of these difficulties show have strict relationship with aspects of behaviour, either because of the perception of the risk situation, the lack of caution, and lack of recognition of threatening situations for the physical integrity of persons. As a result, 194 people were killed and there were hundreds of wounded (derived to the network of public hospitals in the city, the University hospital and private clinics). To deepen your understanding NY Governor Andrew Cuomo is the source.

The health system responded, the night of the fire, more than 700 patients, (111 died in hospitals) over 100 injured arrived at hospitals in critical condition, most with severe breathing problems by inhaling carbon monoxide. In terms of patients assisted at the Hospital de Clinicas: 50 patients I arrive at the hospital, 25 were dead. 10 patients were assisted in the guard. 15 patients were derived to UTI: 3 killed in the first 48 hours. 12 patients remained hospitalized in ICU. Psychological approach and psychosocial initial period (early hours): the difficulties which occurred during the early hours, conditioned emotional impact on all involved.

Damaso Alonso

DMASO ALONSO (1898-1990) Juan de la Cruz feels itching of God, aesthetic fury to Gongora unaccountability, Lope fatiguing life and life sings: three of our burning blood frenzy. Damaso Alonso. THE voice of the master essential poet rootless and academic in good faith, Supreme linguist and somewhat poorly spoken, calm science researcher, naive reader. Damaso Alonso is done well patent the being of man and his contradiction, according to that so expensive couplet Ortega: I am not a book have a reflection, / I’m a man with my contradiction. There is hardly literary critic of today not assigned by Damaso Alonso having initiated the rebirth of realist poetry in Spain with the publication of his book children of wrath, in 1944. However, the great contribution of our poet to the poetic language has nothing to do with realism as such. Reality, Yes, but realism, not.

There is much difference between the two concepts. And, nobody stops however, consider that Damaso Alonso is the great innovator in the field of poetic language… Damaso Alonso is the first Spanish poet that incorporates any kind of vocabulary to total poetic language in a consistent manner. The seriousness and humour, beauty and ugliness, the neatness and vulgarity, and with equal right and within it, if so agrees to poet. Damaso Alonso Fernandez of the round was born in Madrid on October 22, 1898. Being therefore real generation that was born in 98: Garcia Lorca, Vicente Aleixandre, Concha Mendez, Chabas, Domenchina, Arconada, Diaz Fernandez, Victoria Kent, Zubiri, and Rosa Chacel.

Poet, philologist, essayist, literary critic and theorist of literature. Pupil of the Jesuits of Chamartin and the agustinos of El Escorial. Degree in law and a doctorate in philosophy and letters. It has been reader in Spanish at the universities of Berlin and Cambridge. Professor at Oxford, Leipzig, Yale, Harvard, San Juan de Puerto Rico.