Item description for Nosotros decimos no. Cronicas (1963-1988) (Spanish Edition) by Eduardo Galeano...
De todos los caminos dice ngel Rama, el recorrido por Galeano es el que mejor interpreto la circunstancia de la crisis y lo que ella develaba. Un escritor refinado, de delicada sensibilidad, por momentos un esteta. El libro reune los principales trabajos periodisticos que Galeano escribiera a lo largo de un cuarto de siglo, e incluye tambien un par de discursos.
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Studio: Siglo XXI
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.43" Width: 5.51" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.19 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Siglo XXI
ISBN 9682315263 ISBN13 9789682315268
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More About Eduardo Galeano
Eduardo Galeano's works, which have been translated into twenty-eight languages, include Memory of Fire (three volumes); Open Veins of Latin America; Soccer in Sun and Shadow; Days and Nights of Love and War; The Books of Embraces; Upside Down; and Mirrors. Born in Montevideo, he lived in exile in Argentina and Spain for years before returning to Uruguay. He was the recipient of the first Lannan Prize for Cultural Freedom and the front-runner for Spain's esteemed Cervantes award.
Eduardo Galeano lived in Montevideo. Eduardo Galeano was born in 1940 and died in 2010.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Nosotros decimos no. Cronicas (1963-1988) (Spanish Edition)?
Great from cover to cover Mar 1, 2004
A master journalist who touches on the human side of events, Galeano's work is something that should be read by all. Having seen and experienced a broad array of interviews, trips, events and even exile, he reaches out in the great narrative tradition of Hemingway or Mailer and covers the topics that should have been covered in a part of the world so very undercovered in the past. Galeano starts off strong and ends on the same note-- to relay the voices seldom heard but that continue to shout, "No!"-- accounting everything from the Uruguayan Symbol of Evil to the Favelas of Rio de Janiero to his letters addressing Chile and Cuba that finish this work. This is a work to describe an two continents of feeling, savagery and sorrow, but never lacking life. I highly recommend you pick up 'Nosotros decimos no', in English or Spanish!