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Why Is San Manuel A Martir?

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Coma, Mártir Muchas veces una coma es una cosa muy pequeña que no importa mucha. Pero, en la nivola San Manuel Bueno, Mártir, por Miguel de Unamuno, es una cosa muy importante. Después de la coma es mártir. Esta coma significa que hay más de una cura en Valverde de Lucerna; es una cura que da su vida a los ciudadanos. San Manuel vive y sufre para su pueblo, y por eso, el es un mártir en sus acciones y en sus palabras.San Manuel dice muchas cosas que inspira a sus amigos y otros miembres del pueblo. Ángela Carballino, la narradora de la nivola, dice que "su maravilla era la voz, una voz divina…estremecíase la iglesia y ...view middle of the document...

Todo el tiempo el está ayundando a otras personas. Él odia la ociosidad, y por eso, usa su tiempo a ayudar el pueblo. Por ejemplo, en la página 37, "trabajaba también manualmente, ayundando con sus brazos a ciertas labores del pueblo. En la temporada de trilla íbase a la era a trillar y aventar, y en tanto, les aleccionaba o les distraía. Sustituía a las veces a algún enfermo en su tarea." San Manuel hace cosas que nadie creía a hacer. Él hace cosas como estas porque le inspiran al pueblo a creer en lo que él predica. Él es muy generoso y cariñoso en sus acciones. Un buen ejemplo es cuando él entcontró a un niño, muertito de frío, quién tuvo que encontrar una res para su padre. San Manuel tomó la carga. (37) Cuando una banda de pobres titiriteros llegaron al pueblo y la mujer del jefe estuvo embarazada y muy enferma, San Manuel le ayudó a morir una muerte cristiana. (39) Su mejor contribución a su pueblo fue cuando dicidió a...

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