Quito: Eskeletra, (Col. Ensayo), 1998. first edition. Paperback. 165p.,notes. Very Good. Item #472
This publication has been structured with essays on three outstanding figures of the contemporary history of Latin America: the legendary guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, the endearing and ill-fated Ecuadorian comatriotta Agustin Cueva and the charismatic and invisible subcomandante Marcos. Stellar characters of the struggles of Latin America in the second half of the twentieth century, Che and Marcos will be remembered for their gigantic contributions to both the weapons of criticism and the criticism of weapons, while Agustin Cueva will be for its protean contributions for the understanding of the drama of the continent, at least equal to those that in his time delivered the great Peruvian Jose Carlos Mariategui.