Jose Laurence Silva. A proposal biographical

Jose Laurence Silva. A proposalbiographical
1)From the praise of the Liberator to the biographical elaboration around Silva:the heroic making of it.
This point would containbalance around the known biographies about Silva and how he has been builtthe heroic figure of the character.
2 ofhumble pardo to great owner: achievements of a war.
This point would containamong other things, the family origins of the character, a brief referencehis incorporation into the war, how he became a great proprietor starting from themilitary assets and his marriage alliance (with a wording and citationsdocumentaries other than those used in chapter II, of course),marriage links of his offspring with members of the social eliteand economy of the time, etc. Speak quickly, at the beginning of thesection, of the differences between main pardos and poor pardos. Insummary, how from the war of emancipation not only a republic was bornled by heads of the same (the “republic of the caudillos”,as some authors call it), but also a new political elite andlandowner to which they yielded, as a mechanism not to lose everything,sectors and families belonging to the weakened Creole aristocracy).
3)Military prestige at the service of two great leaders: relationships andpolitical elevation in the new republic won in the heat of war.
This item would includeother aspects, The return to Venezuela; Silva and the revolution of the reforms:from his “naive” alliance with the rebels to the agreement with Páez; The return toarmy: military campaigns of 1846-1847 and 1848-1849. In this subtitle thediscourse would develop, we believe, around the political relationsforged during the war, to how it is linked with Páez and Monagas (whowere his combat companions in times of the independence war) and tohow Silva fits into the newly structured caudillista system and howhe contributes to said system by virtue of his political-military serviceloaned to both caudillos under the context of the new republic that emerged in1830.
4)Fighting an ex-companion: Silva and the federal war.
Note: in aAt first we thought of placing the Silva point and the revolution of the reforms:from his “naive” alliance with the rebels to the agreement with Páez as a subtitlebesides; however, we believe it could integrate point number 3 given the agreementthat Páez and Silva agree on in Valencia, expressed in the decree issued on07/23/1835, to put an end to the military uprising against Vargas in said plaza.