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By Pedro Trigo
Una de las publicaciones más exitosas del Centro Gumilla, en los angeles pluma del teólogo Pedro Trigo sj, sobre l. a. que apunta: "La fuente primordial de lo que aquí diré es mi experiencia en barrios de Caracas, mi contacto intermitente con barrios de Maracaibo, Barquisimeto y San Félix y las visitas a compañeras y compañeros de otros barrios de Venezuela y de América Latina y el recorrido con ellos por esos barrios y los encuentros y reuniones en ellos. Otra fuente importante son las reuniones, bastante frecuentes, con personas que trabajan y viven en barrios y los angeles focalización repetida de los diversos tópicos que iré barajando. Las apreciaciones que aquí expongo las he comentado muchas veces y en l. a. discusión se han ido perfilando mejor y, sobre todo, articulando entre sí". Complementamos este estudio con cuatro apéndices que tematizan un aspecto con tanta extensión que interrumpiría el hilo del discurso o tratan de tópicos que ayudan para los angeles comprensión de algún aspecto del barrio y su procesamiento, aunque desbordan el ámbito del barrio.
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