El Comercio in Spanish.
Velez was sometimes suicidal, they were both frequently paralyzed by depression and their business suffered because they alternately wept and couldn't function.
The group eventually disintegrates after the death of two of their writers, José de la Cuadra and Joaquín Gallegos Lara, the inactivity in literature by Enrique Gil Gilbert, and the long trips away from Ecuador by Demetrio Aguilera Malta and Alfredo Pareja Diezcanseco in the mid 1940s.
Although this data is not conclusive, it provides an idea of the dynamics of the virus, he added.
A doctor later confirmed the runny nose was caused by a throat infection.
Velez, 43, was also abused by a family member, and by a neighbour.
There was pushback: Interviewers accused them of trying to "destroy the family," Mr.
She lost her job at a sports store, because she was spending hours each day petitioning in government offices.