Cartucho ; And, My Mother's Hands
Cartucho and My Mother's Hands are autobiographical evocations of a childhood spent amidst the violence and turmoil of the Revolution in Mexico. They are noteworthy, too, as one of the few first-person accounts of the female experience in the early years of the Mexican Revolution and unique in their presentation of events from a child's perspective.
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