casa del campo

casa del campo

In Spanish Colonial architecture and its derivatives, a one-story country house usually built around a patio, constructed primarily of adobe and wood; had a mission tile roof having a central ridge, or a shed roof having a single shallow pitch, usually with considerable overhang to provide shade.
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La casa del campo se presenta en ambos textos como el espacio de realizacion de la vida ideal del modelo de mujer (un hogar sencillo, limpio, bello pero sin lujos, simbolo de moral republicana).
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