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University of Bucharest Review. Literary and Cultural Studies Series
Like practically every single country, Mexico has had its fair share of pain and trauma. Bloodshed and utter devastation are rife in Mexico's modern history. To civil wars and —in recent years— drug-related violence, one has to add the destruction and horror caused by earthquakes. The seism that devastated Mexico City on the 19th of September was the most destructive and painful in living memory. As an uncanny coincidence, also on the 19th of September, but in 2017, another earthquake hit thedoi:10.31178/ubr.9.2.4 fatcat:3vboqmchzfadbjb2tozue2xmum