Zapata Lives!

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Maize Press, 1994 - Fiction - 166 pages
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Emiliano Zapata rises from the dead to lead his people in their struggle against economic and social oppression. The novel closely parallels the political situation in southern Mexico that came to the world's attention two years after his story was first published as the title novella in the collection Zapata Rose in 1992 & Other Tales. This revised edition of the novella also features a glossary of Spanish terms, photographs, and some of Zapata's more important manifestos.

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This witty novella, especially timely in light of the current indigenous revolts in Mexico, is an expanded version of a short story that first appeared in the author's collection Zapata Rose in 1992 ... Read full review

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Keller is a Regents' Professor at Arizona State Univ.

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