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Eight volunteers converge to help “campesinos” build a water system in Chiapas–a strategy to bolster the Zapatista insurgency by helping locals to assert their autonomy. Outsiders question the movement they’ve come so far to support–and each other–when forced into a world so unlike the poetic communiques of Subcomandante Marcos–a world of endemic rural poverty, parochialism, and shifting loyalties to the movement. The quiet dignity of the local “companeros” and echoes of B. Traven, Joseph Conrad, and Albert Camus round out this epic yarn.
Author: Ryan, Ramor Year: 2011 ISBN: 9781849350723 Pages: 225 Language: English Publisher: AK Press Publisher's city: Edinburgh