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By Subcomandante Marcos, Juana Ponce de León

En este libro basic, Seven tales Press presenta una poderosa colección de escritos literarios, filosóficos y políticos del enigmático vocero de los zapatistas, SubComandante Marcos. Con l. a. Introducción del ganador del Premio Nobel, José Saramago, e ilustrado con bellas fotos en blanco y negro, Nuestra Arma es Nuestra Palabra cristaliza, los angeles pasión de un rebelde, l. a. poesía de un movimiento y el genio literario de los indígenas de México. Marcos captura por primera vez l. a. atención mundial el primero de enero de 1994 cuando un grupo guerrillero indígena que se llama a sí mismo "Zapatista", en rebelión contra el gobierno de México, se apodera de poblaciones claves en Chiapas, el Estado más al sur del país. En los ocho años que han pasado desde esa rebelión, Marcos ha alterado el curso de l. a. política mexicana y ha surgido como un símbolo internacional de los angeles construcción de los movimientos de base, rebelión y democracia. Su prolífico torrente de escritos de poesía política, cuentos, mitos tradicionales que Marcos ha recogido desde el primero de enero de 1994, llena más de cuatro volúmenes. Nuestra Arma es Nuestra Palabra presenta lo mejor de sus escritos, muchos de los cuales no habían sido publicado antes en inglés.

Nuestra Arma es Nuestra Palabra está dividido en tres secciones. l. a. primera junta sus ensayos políticos esenciales y muestra los angeles evolución del pensamiento zapatista como un movimiento tanto dentro, como fuera de México. l. a. segunda, presenta el pensamiento filosófico de Marcos, sus reflexiones personales e incluye una recolección humorística de sus primeros días de guerrillero, así como sus cartas a otros escritores. En l. a. tercera aparecen muchas historias cortas, cuentos populares, y mitos indígenas que Marcos ha conocido, incluída los angeles premiada "Historia de los Colores".

A través de este libro extraordinario oimos los angeles voz no comprometida de las comunidades indígenas que viven en resistencia, expresando por medio de manifiestos y mitos el apremio common de dignidad, democracia y libertad. Es los angeles voz de un pueblo que rehusa ser olvidado, es l. a. voz los angeles transición de México, l. a. voz de un pueblo luchando por l. a. democracia, usando sus palabras como su única arma.

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