Che. Geografías del Che

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Ernesto “”Che”” Guevara is one of the most romantic and controversial historical figures from Latin America. In Che. Geografías del Che, Daniel Cabrera shows how the young Ernesto gradually became one of the key figures in the Cuban Revolution. The story tells of his attempts to export the revolution and of his failures, as well as his more humane and contradictory side. It also tours the key places in his life: Cuba, Argentina, Congo and Bolivia, where he was assassinated.

The personalities in the Grandes personajes collection stand out because of their quality as artists and human beings. They all live in the memory of Spanish speakers, but their repetition has also reached across the borders of their countries. Each biography ideals with the life and work of one of the personalities. The books include photographs, a footnote Spanish glossary, and another glossary in several languages at the end of the book. In addition, all of the texts are accompanied by a variety of activities and a CD in which the text is read out.

ISBN 9788484437673
Pages 72
Format Softcover


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