Survivors in Mexico by Rebecca West

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Survivors in Mexico

'“The stream of thought about everything from the Conquest to housing in the capital is as rich a treasure as the last Aztec emperor’s could have been.” —The New York Times “Survivors in Mexico is an astonishingly fertile book, full of sharp impressions and stimulating insights, whether West is pondering the question of why miners have been among the most mistreated of all laborers or speculating about the social and political effects of the Aztecs’ lack of domesticated animals. . . . West’s deeply personal take on Mexico is ultimately a meditation on the meaning of life itself.”—Los Angeles Times'
'“The stream of thought about everything from the Conquest to housing in the capital is as rich a treasure as the last Aztec emperor’s could have been.” —The New York Times “Survivors in Mexico is an astonishingly fertile book, full of sharp impressions and stimulating insights, whether West is pondering the question of why miners have been among the most mistreated of all laborers or speculating about the social and political effects of the Aztecs’ lack of domesticated animals. . . . West’s deeply personal take on Mexico is ultimately a meditation on the meaning of life itself.”—Los Angeles Times'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781453206775 Pages: 294