By Albert Rolls
This thorough narrative examines Emiliano Zapata's lifestyles, his position in Mexico's innovative circulate, and his actual motivations and beliefs.
• A timeline of vital occasions in Zapata's lifestyles prefaces the narrative
• images depicting Zapata over the process his turbulent public profession offer glimpses of a legend
• a whole bibliography presents scholars with a advisor for additional research
• An appendix includes a hard-to-find Mexican ballad approximately Zapata's funeral with an unique English prose translation
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Emiliano Zapata: A Biography (Greenwood Biographies) by Albert Rolls