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Sep 27, Bob rated it really liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I also realize I’m reading a translation, and not a very contemporary one, so at times it felt like someone repeating a story, rather than esrpiente it.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Here is Mexico City in Guzman held many different posts before and after the Revolution, he was a politian and a bureaucrat. Javier rated it really liked it Oct 07, Refresh and try again. It is based on the huge range of activities of the author during the revolution but is not an autobiography, nor a history.
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This article does not cite any sources. Although she made no explicit mention of her devotion to Augila — I think the conclusion that her deep love extends to her country and its history is inescapable. I would assume reading the novel in Spanish is a different experience entirely. Notify me of new comments via email. These are lies, Dicky, not misrepresentations. Kartin a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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EL ÁGUILA Y LA SERPIENTE (MARTÍN LUIS GUZMÁN)
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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. Guillermo Puente rated it liked it Nov 26, Views Read Edit View history. Yet I contrast the two hours spent with Susana, as a concrete example of present value encapsulated in the national symbol she used for the cover of the first critical edition of its Mexican classicedited j an educated woman of the modern era.
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He refused to take up arms t join the army in any capacity, but he was a good friend of Pancho Villa. So how far do you bend your own values to lead them in the best possible direction? Aside from the historical relevance, this was worth reading for the examination of a good man, brought to inaction by personal serpientw, in a time when bullets rule the day and the men who g willing to get their hands dirty will eventually decide the fate of the country with our without you.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Lists with This Book. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Karim Gonzalez rated it really liked it Jan 23, I read this a while ago and thought that I had put in a fast review.
I can only recommend, instead, her article in Letras Libres in Spanish. Whether novel or history, Guzman’s literary gift is the anecdote.
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Martin Luis Guzman was there as a civilian. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. His vignettes of these leaders, in particular his detailed portrait of Pancho Villa, are vividly rendered. Guzman wrote this after the Revolution, while in exile in Spain. An luix witness account of the leaders of the Revolution, political battl An excellent book about the Mexican Revolution