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El Guerrillero. El Camarada “Ernesto”

$80.00

Anuhuac, Mexico : Impresiones Selectas, 1974. Wraps. Fair. From the front cover: “¿Conoce usted la intriga socio-politica de las guerrillas en Mexico? Aqui está la historia.” This edition, one of 5,000 printed, (either 2nd or 3rd edition, depending on whether you believe the spine or the cover) contains the section “El Final de Lucio Cabanas”. A firsthand account from southern Mexico written by an anonymous writer who claims to have actively participated in the Mexican guerrilla movement, “El Partido de los Pobres”. This movement was active from 1967-1974 and consisted of about 300 guerrilas led by Lucio Cabañas Barrientos, whose story and ultimate death is the subject of the 2005 documentary, “La Guerrilla y la Esperanza: Lucio Cabañas”. pp 235, illustrations. 13x20cm. In pale blue pictoral wraps, laminate heat damages and heavily chipped rear panel. Contents brittle with waterstaining to corner but not affecting text, last several pages heavily chipped with missing sections – again, not affecting text. Two previous owner’s inscriptions to ffep and markings to the title page in one of the same hands, changing the title to “El [Gran] Camarada” and adding the name “Manuel Antonio Torres” — possibly the author claiming credit? A scarce item: OCLC lists only 7 holdings.

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El Guerrillero. . El Camarada “Ernesto”

Anuhuac, Mexico : Impresiones Selectas, 1974. Wraps. Fair. From the front cover: “¿Conoce usted la intriga socio-politica de las guerrillas en Mexico? Aqui está la historia.” This edition, one of 5,000 printed, (either 2nd or 3rd edition, depending on whether you believe the spine or the cover) contains the section “El Final de Lucio Cabanas”. A firsthand account from southern Mexico written by an anonymous writer who claims to have actively participated in the Mexican guerrilla movement, “El Partido de los Pobres”. This movement was active from 1967-1974 and consisted of about 300 guerrilas led by Lucio Cabañas Barrientos, whose story and ultimate death is the subject of the 2005 documentary, “La Guerrilla y la Esperanza: Lucio Cabañas”. pp 235, illustrations. 13x20cm. In pale blue pictoral wraps, laminate heat damages and heavily chipped rear panel. Contents brittle with waterstaining to corner but not affecting text, last several pages heavily chipped with missing sections – again, not affecting text. Two previous owner’s inscriptions to ffep and markings to the title page in one of the same hands, changing the title to “El [Gran] Camarada” and adding the name “Manuel Antonio Torres” — possibly the author claiming credit? A scarce item: OCLC lists only 7 holdings. 80.00

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Condition

Fair

Date Published

1974

Publisher

Impresiones Selectas

Place Published

Anuhuac, Mexico

Binding

Wraps