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This particular copy of the long-out-of-print book was once part of the Chicano Studies Library Collection at UC-Berkeley in the s, somehow found its way to an antique bookseller in London, where it came home with me to Chicago.
An eye witness account of the leaders of the Revolution, political battles, the murder and bloodshed. Whether novel or history, Guzman’s literary gift is the anecdote. I kept wanting the story to take flight, but it seemed I love a well-traveled book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. sepriente
Courtney rated it it was amazing Mar 17, He later wrote a five-volume biography of Villa, Memorias de Pancho Villa He refused to take up arms or join the army in any capacity, but he was a good friend of Pancho Villa. His vignettes of these leaders, in particular his detailed portrait of Pancho Lus, are vividly rendered.
Sergio rated it it was amazing Jul 04, We reconvened serliente few hours later to inaugurate the 1st Latin American Workshop and Conference on Systems Biology organized by my departmental colleague Marcos Nahmad. May Learn how and when to remove this template message. He does not offer a clear answer to this paradox of good men caught up in civil war, nor does he really condemn anyone for the choices they made in impossible situations.
Sylvia rated it liked it Mar 03, These are lies, Dicky, not misrepresentations. This article about a Mexican journalist is a stub.
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I serpoente realize I’m reading a translation, and not a very contemporary one, so at times it felt like someone repeating a story, rather than telling it. Return to Book Page. Susana Quintanilla spoke about her love of books — both their literary content and the physical entities, the paper, the typography and all they entail.
Gallorum rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Alvaradejobitatere rated it really liked it Jan 11, Gloria rated it it was amazing Feb 12, Pedro rated it really liked it Sep 05, An educated and refined Mexican, Villa admired his intellect and his courage. Today, she presented a moving account of the effort involved. Martin Luis Guzman was there as a civilian. Franco Mora rated it it was amazing Feb 07, I guzmqn this a while ago and thought that I had put in a fast review.
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Hector Ramirez rated it really liked it Jan 07, This book is a compilation of memorable portraits of many principal figures of the Mexican revolution which, however accurate, helped me to remember their contributions. Email required Address never made public. luid
Mariana rated it liked it Feb 07, It is the story of a young, educated, talented member of the upper classes in revolutionary Mexico, his adventures and involvement and interaction with important historical figures. Yet I contrast the two hours spent with Susana, as a concrete example of present value encapsulated in the national symbol she used for afuila cover of the first critical edition of its Mexican classicedited by an educated woman of the modern era.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Aside from the historical relevance, agjila was worth reading for the examination of a good man, brought to inaction by personal ethics, in a time when bullets ek the day and the men who are willing to get their hands dirty will eventually decide the fate of the country with our without you.
It is based on the huge range of activities of the author during the revolution but is not an autobiography, nor a history. As an eyewitness account of the Mexican Revolution, you augila can’t beat this, although it is a strange combination of novel and memoir and essay that I’m not really used to reading.
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Here is Mexico City in I would assume reading the novel in Spanish is a different experience entirely. Notify me of new comments via email. Views Read Edit View history. An excellent book about the Mexican Revolution It is historical fiction wr I read this a while ago and thought that I had put in a fast review. Roberto Macias rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.