Los De Abajo: Novela de la Revolucion Mexicana
Mariano Azuela, a Mexican physitian and writer, served in Francisco Villa's armies. He wrote Los de abajo, one of the most realistic, dramatic and enlightening novels of Mexico's 1910 Revolution. It stands its ground with other accounts written by participants and witnesses to the armed struggle.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sometimeunderwater - LibraryThing
Enjoyable, but bleak. Every character is selfish, most are greedy, and a few are just bloodythirsty thugs. There's no dignity to these fighters, and no ideals behind their killing. A tragic, unsympathetic book. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - FPdC - LibraryThing
This book in the classic novel of the Mexican Revolution. Azuela was himself a physician with one of the factions in the revolution, and this book projects some of the hopes and disenchantments he may ... Read full review