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Buenos Aires: Republica Argentina, 1967. 101p., of which perhaps 83 are captioned b&w plates on semi-coated paperstock; 11 x 8.5 inch cloth boards in pictorial dj. Head of spine has sustained an unobtrusive bump, just perceptably affecting textblock; otherwise light edgewear to jacket, faintest signs of handling. This is one...
Brussels/ Berkeley: Committee to Support the Revolution in Peru, 1992. 15p., 8.5x11 inches, B&W photos of worldwide events supporting Shining Path leader Chairman Gonzalo in prison. News updates on the Shining Path, including activities around the world to save Gonzalo. English edition of the Brussels publication, prepared by the CSRP.....
Durham: Duke University Press, 1975. 176p., plain printed journal wraps, faintest signs of handling. Susan Socolow "Economic activities of the porteno merchants : the viceregal period" about 23p.; John Fisher "Silver production in the viceroyalty of Peru, 1776-1824" about 17p.; William Dudley "Institutional sources of officer discontent in the Brazilian...
New York: North American Congress on Latin America, 1997-1998. various pagination, in glossy, stapled, illustrated wraps. A complete set of Volume thirty-one, 6 numbers, bi-monthly. This volume includes 30th anniversary celebration, "Voices on the Left: 16 Activists Reflect on the Current Political Moment,"includes Graciela Fernández, David Herrera, Benedita a Silva.....
New York: The Center for Inter-American Relations and The American Federation of the Arts, with the cooperation of the Government of Peru, 1973. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 32p., text and most of the exhibit photography are printed sepia, with a few pale color reproductions, softbound, stapled into 9x8.5 inch decorated wraps...
[Delhi-?]: World to Win, 2001. Single issue of the Maoist internationalist journal, 88 page staplebound magazine format, glossy color covers, very good. Published under the auspices of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement, the US branch of which is the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. Includes coverage of the Peruvian Shining Path and...
London: World to Win, 1985-2004. Four issues of the international Maoist journal, 88p. each, in staplebound pictorial wraps, 7.5x11 inches, mild handling wear, but no. 30 has a tape repair to the top of the spine. Includes sections on Maoism in India, Nepali and Peruvian Shining Path insurgencies, and more.
London: World to Win, 1985-2004. Nine issues of the international Maoist journal, most issues 88p., in staplebound pictorial wraps, 7.5x11 inches, generally very good condition. Includes sections on Maoism in India, Palestine, Islamist movements as an impediment to liberation struggles, Nepali and Peruvian Shining Path insurgencies, and more.
Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, 1973. Hardcover. xi, 303p., ownership stamp of Pathfinder Press on free front endpaper and half-title, corners bumped, else good condition in edgeworn and chipped dj with several closed tears. Hoover Institution publications 119.
Lima: Comision Nacional del Bi-Cebtenario de la Rebelion Emancipadora de Tupac Amaru, 1980. Paperback. 142p., text in Spanish, poems by various poets on the Tupac Amaru Rebellion of 1780–1783 with history, biography and commentary, lightly-worn first edition trade paperback in pink and white pictorial wraps.
Lima: Editorial Horizonte, 1989. Paperback. 143p., wraps, pages evenly toned, wraps worn and stained, else good condition. Text in Spanish. Collects 44 articles by Arguedas published by the Argentinean newspaper La Prensa between 1939 and 1944, plus the 1965 essay "El indigenismo en el Peru"
no place: New World Library, 1963. unpaginated14x8.5 inches oblong, twenty poems in Spanish and English illustrated with black ink drawings on multi-colored card-stock in spiral-bound illustrated covers. Twenty poems selected from the 1939 publication "Rayuelo" first printed in Lima, Peru. Warmly and personally inscribed, dated Monterey, June 13, 1963 signed by the author.