In the Spirit of Wandering Teachers
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The Cuban literacy campaign, 1961
Edited by Alexandra Keeble
English + Spanish language
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In 1961, hundreds of thousands of Cubans together confronted a social problem that still plagues much of the world today—illiteracy. With photos, letters from young literacy teachers of the Conrado Benítez Brigades, poems and songs from the campaign, this book captures the spirit of the early years of the Cuban revolution. Read more »
Profesión de sed
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Artículos y ensayos literarios 1963-1973
Roque Dalton
Spanish language

What should be the cultural objectives of a revolution? What is the role of the intellectual? What have been the experiences in socialist revolutions? What is the function of poetry? These questions are addressed in this new unpublished selection of articles and literary criticism by El Salvador’s most beloved poet.

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Historias y poemas de una lucha de clases
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Roque Dalton
Spanish language
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“Stories and Poems of the Class Struggle” by one of Latin America’s best-loved political activists and poets. Read more »
Un libro rojo para Lenin
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Roque Dalton
Spanish language
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A “Little Red Book” for Lenin —Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton’s homage to the Russian revolutionary V.I. Lenin. Read more »
Poesía como un arma
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25 poetas con la España revolucionaria en la Guerra Civil
Mariano Garrido
Spanish language
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An inspiring short anthology of some of the best-known poets of Spain and Latin America who defended the republican cause in the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s. Read more »
Taberna y otros lugares
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Roque Dalton
Spanish language
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Poemario premiado por Casa de las Américas, que conjuga su valor artístico con su observación periodística.

Winner of the Casa de las Américas prize in 1969, this book is a literary and political masterpiece that combines poetic reflection and journalistic observation of Czechoslovakia, a socialist country in turmoil. It reveals, above all, the Salvadoran revolutionary poet Roque Dalton's profound sensibility towards injustice and inequality. Read more »