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by Helen R. Lane,Octavio Paz,Elena Poniatowska
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  • Author:
    Helen R. Lane,Octavio Paz,Elena Poniatowska
  • ISBN:
    0826208177
  • ISBN13:
    978-0826208170
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  • Publisher:
    University of Missouri; First edition (December 1, 1991)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
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    Humanities
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Elena Poniatowska (Author), Helen R. Lane (Translator), Octavio Paz (Introduction) & 0 more. If you are interested in Mexico, deeply interested, this is an important book by Elena Poniatowska, one of the country's most distinguished writers

Elena Poniatowska (Author), Helen R. ISBN-13: 978-0826208170. If you are interested in Mexico, deeply interested, this is an important book by Elena Poniatowska, one of the country's most distinguished writers. Four decades later, in the midst of a bloody drug war rife with accusations of military human rights abuses, torture and assassinations, the questions surrounding the 1968 massacre at Tlatelolco persist.

Journalist Elena Poniatowska culled interviews from those present and described events in her book Massacre in Mexico: "Flares . a b c d e Poniatowska, Elena. Massacre in Mexico, trans. Helen R. Lane Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1991. a b Werner, Michael . ed.

Journalist Elena Poniatowska culled interviews from those present and described events in her book Massacre in Mexico: "Flares suddenly appeared in the sky overhead and everyone automatically looked up. The first shots were heard then. The crowd panicke. tarted running in all directions. Encyclopedia of Mexico: History, Society & Culture.

Резня в Мексике по poniatowska, Елена. Introduction by. Octavio Paz Lozano. Lc Classification Number. Состояние товара: Хорошее состояние. Product Identifiers.

Alternating Current, Lane's translation of Octavio Paz, won the 1974 . Massacre in Mexico (Elena Poniatowska). The Three Marias: New Portuguese Letters

Alternating Current, Lane's translation of Octavio Paz, won the 1974 . On Heroes and Tombs (Ernesto Sabato). The Storyteller (Mario Vargas Llosa). The Three Marias: New Portuguese Letters.

Translation of La noche de Tlatelolco. A Richard Seaver book. Elena Poniatowska’s book Massacre in Mexico is not an interpretation of these events

Translation of La noche de Tlatelolco. 1. Students-’l]atelolco, Mexico-Political activity. T55P613 32. 72-9733 ISBN 0-670-46137-7. Elena Poniatowska’s book Massacre in Mexico is not an interpretation of these events. It is something that far surpasses a theory or a hypothesis: an extraordinary piece of reporting, or, as she calls it, a collage of voices bearing historical witness. A historical chronicle-but one that shows us history before it has congealed and before the spoken word has become a written text.

Breaking up the student rally of Oct. 2, 1965. Continue reading the main story.

Massacre in Mexico by. Elena Poniatowska, Helen R. Lane (Translator). Octavio Paz (Introduction).

Poniatowska's book, instead, is ruled by fragmentation and plurality, to convey the often dissonant voices of civil . In this paper we have seen how Elena Poniatowska does not draw on resources from official archives but on oral narratives told by the subalterns.

Poniatowska's book, instead, is ruled by fragmentation and plurality, to convey the often dissonant voices of civil society. The analysis scrutinizes literary form as it is made to represent relations between violence, justice and aesthetics.

La noche de Tlatelolco by Elena Poniatowska. Another author that wrote about the horrific events of 1968 was Elena Poniatowska, in her seminal text La noche de Tlatelolco (1971).

Now available in paperback is Elena Poniatowska's gripping account of the massacre of student protesters by police in Mexico City just days before the 1968 Olympic Games. Publishers Weekly describes this event as making "the campus killings at Kent State and Jackson State in 1970 pale by comparison."


Flamehammer
Super interesting first hand accounts and quotes. I thought there woiuld be a little more history involved bu tthat wasn't the case.
Ohatollia
She isn't one of the most famous Mexican authors for nothing!! A reflection of various themes that inspired changed within the U.S. society also.
Sataxe
This summation of eyewitness perspectives on Mexico City massacre in 1968 was riveting. No one can finish reading this book and feel anything but horror on what happened. The problem that haunts the reader looking ahead at the future is how else can one do peaceful demonstrations and still be heard. This is a cautionary tale for democracies everywhere. Dissident voices must be allowed to be heard and not be silenced by murder and intimidation.. We may not like the message but its value is in the freedom to deliver it.
lucky kitten
If you are interested in Mexico, deeply interested, this is an important book by Elena Poniatowska, one of the country's most distinguished writers. Four decades later, in the midst of a bloody drug war rife with accusations of military human rights abuses, torture and assassinations, the questions surrounding the 1968 massacre at Tlatelolco persist.
Ghile
a useful collection of quotes and brief eyewitness accounts, but not by any means a history of the tragedy.
PanshyR
The author did not censor too much. The violence is well demonstrated in the accounts of those who experienced it and in the pictures used in the book. Wonderful primary source.
Madis
useful for anyone who cares about Mexican history - especially if they knew a student in the years involved - otherwise slightly boring - excellent but graphic pictures
This is the best book I have found on this topic. However, the interviews get a little boring. I actually never made it to the end of the book because it was getting redundant. I would like someone to write about this topic in a more narrative form.