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Diary of a Guerrilla

Diary of a Guerrilla

by Ramon Perez
     
 

Memoir. Latino/Latina Studies. Born in a Zapotec village in Oaxaca, writer and photographer Ramon Tianguis Perez became involved with the clandestine revolutionary movement of Florencio Medrano as a teenager in the late '70s. DIARY OF A GUERRILLA recounts Perez's experiences as a young courier and agitator within the movement; it is both a portrait of insurgency

Overview

Memoir. Latino/Latina Studies. Born in a Zapotec village in Oaxaca, writer and photographer Ramon Tianguis Perez became involved with the clandestine revolutionary movement of Florencio Medrano as a teenager in the late '70s. DIARY OF A GUERRILLA recounts Perez's experiences as a young courier and agitator within the movement; it is both a portrait of insurgency from within and, according to translator Dick J. Reavis, a guide to the discontents still fueling Mexican rebellion today. Ramon Perez's first book, DIARY OF AN UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANT, was welcomed by the Dallas Morning News as eye-opening...a truly credible, and sometimes incredible, document and is also available from SPD.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781558852822
Publisher:
Arte Publico Press
Publication date:
01/28/1999
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.84(w) x 8.82(h) x 0.72(d)

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