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IBARRA CIFUENTES, Patricio. "PERU AND BOLIVIA IN THE PRESENCE OF GENERAL PILILO": CHILEAN ENEMIES IN WAR OF THE PACIFIC'S CARTOONS (1879-1883). Diálogo Andino [online]. 2015, n.48, pp.85-95. ISSN 0719-2681. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812015000300009.
During the War of the Pacific (1879-1883) Chilean cartoonists, through engravings given to light in the pages of the major news-papers of humor of the country, broadcast on Chilean public opinion a derogatory representation of the Republics of Peru and Bolivia belligerents with Chile in the conflict. It was aggressive visual speech, which made use of biting satire, nationalistic key, and intended to induce their readers a critical and contemptuous of the adversaries of Chile image. They excoriated both rulers and thepeople of the "enemy" nations, through a disproportionate racist language, showing them as inferior to Chileans. Through these engravings, Peruvians and Bolivians negative attributes, in accordance with the prevailing climate of war will be charged. Thus, brushes, ink and paper, they became one of the many weapons involved in the war of 1879.
Palabras clave : War of the Pacific; satiric press; chilean cartoons.