La Flota Negra

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Alfaguara, 2000 - Fiction - 480 pages
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A mixture of biography, historical novel, spy tale and testimonial, this story transpires between the port of Limon in Costa Rica and Harlem, N.Y. The narrative revoles around the magnetic personality of Marcus gravery, the leader of the twentieth century's first large-scale black movement and predecessor to Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Garvey fired the imagination of millions of African decendants and set off one of the most fascinating espisodes of the Harlem Renaissance and the African diaspora.This nautical adventures tells the story of the many sailors and passengers eager to secure a place on ships destined to cross an ocean of frustration.

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Contents

El viaje
15
De expedicionarios e inmigrantes
29
Moisés negro
49
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