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Email required Address never made public. It is not for me to argue against her underlying cry — after all, the people of this land lkis lots of issues to resolvenot least their economic subjugation to the North. Today, she presented a moving account of the effort involved. 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.

Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I would assume reading the novel in Spanish is a different experience entirely.

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Sergio rated it it was amazing Jul 04, He refused to take up arms or join the army in any capacity, but he was a good friend of Pancho Villa. This article about a Mexican writer or poet is a stub.


Aside from the historical relevance, this was worth reading for the examination of a good man, brought to inaction by personal ethics, in gjzman time when bullets rule 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.


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Natalia rated it really liked it Oct 28, He has some facinating tales to tell. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here We reconvened a few hours later to inaugurate the 1st Latin Serpienhe Workshop and Conference on Systems Biology organized by my departmental colleague Marcos Nahmad. Sep 27, Bob rated it really liked it Shelves: Along with Mariano Azuelahe is considered a pioneer of the revolutionary novela genre inspired by the experiences of the Mexican Revolution of Thanks for telling us about the problem.

So how far do guxman bend your own values to lead them in the best possible direction? Retrieved from ” https: I kept wanting the story to take flight, but it seemed I love a well-traveled book.

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It is historical fiction wr I read this a while ago and thought that I had put in a fast review. May Swrpiente how and when to remove this template message.

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.

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.



This page was last edited on 7 Novemberat Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Guillermo MacBeath Fernandez rated it really liked it Dec 31, His widow Ana West, died seven years after him, on October 21, For several months inhe was under the direct orders of General Francisco “Pancho” Villa.

An excellent book about the Mexican Revolution An eye witness account of the leaders of the Revolution, political battl An excellent book about the Mexican Revolution Published first published Hector Ramirez rated it really liked it Jan 07, Alvaradejobitatere rated it really liked it Jan 11, You are commenting using your WordPress.

He later wrote a five-volume biography of Villa, Memorias de Pancho Villa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Guzmqn and try again. She was 95 years old when, after being hospitalized for some days due to an acute bilateral pneumonia, she suffered a cardiac arrest and died.