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Me llamo Rigoberta Mench y as me naci la conciencia by Elizabeth Burgos-Debray
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Studio: SIGLO XXI EDITORES, S. A. DE C. V.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.78" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1998
Publisher SIGLO XXI EDITORES, S. A. DE C. V.
ISBN 9682313155 ISBN13 9789682313158
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More information Aug 13, 2006
I am an intermediate level student of Spanish. This book keeps being mentioned and I would like to read it in Spanish. I can't find a copy where I can read a page or two to see if that might be possible. Does anyone familiar with this book have a recommendation?
over all, a time-worthy autobiographical historical peice Mar 19, 2006
Although I've read this book before, this time, as an older and wiser reader I was able to recall a lot more information and specifics that had slipped my mind since the previous reading. As a non-native spanish speaker, it was easy to follow, in a dialect I could easily translate if necessary. Plus, this book is useful in the spanish classes that I teach in portraying a realistic view of guatemalan history.
This is a book that makes you think. May 31, 1998
After reading this book, I realized how truly blessed I am. My problems are so minor compared to theirs. It also helps you to understand the suffering of the Indigenous persons both in Guatemala and in other countries throughout Latin America. I highly recommend this book to anyone who cares about the world around them.