3 edition of Open veins of Latin America found in the catalog.
Open veins of Latin America
|Statement||Eduardo Galeano ; translated by Cedric Belfrage ; foreword by Isabel Allende.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
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EDUARDO GALEANO is the author of Open Veins of Latin America, Memory of Fire Trilogy, Book of Embraces and the forthcoming Upside DownCited by: Originally published in the early 70s, Open Veins of Latin America is an eloquently written, vivid examination of five centuries of genocide, theft, and political interference by European and American economic interests/5.
Open Veins of Latin America was initially banned in several Latin American nations, including Uruguay. Galeano’s thesis is that Latin America, “has specialized in losing ever since those remote times when Renaissance Europeans ventured across the ocean and buried their teeth in the throats of the Indian civilizations/5().
Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent by Eduardo Galeano, Isabel Allende (Introduction), Cedric Belfrage /5(20). Crash Course: Latin American If you are interested in economics, sociology, history or writing, then this book is for you.
Open Veins of Latin America was recommended to me by my Argentinan flatmates after a dinner during which we discussed the history of Latin America.