Rebels and Reactionaries: An Anthology of Great Political Stories
Dell Pub., 1992 - Fiction - 520 pages
A provocative and unique volume of 34 short stories about societies in upheaval, countries under the heel of tyrants, and people caught up in the movements and machinations of politics. Editor Cohen juxtaposes world-famous tales with hard-to-find stories to give the collection an exceptional depth. Features the outstanding contributions of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Chinua Achebe, George Orwell, Thomas Mann, Nadine Gordimer, Dostoyevsky, and others.
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