Latin Amer Diaries

Ernesto Che Guevara

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Ernesto Guevara's journal of his second trip through Latin America, revealing the emergence of a revolutionary icon now called "Che.”

One of Time magazine's "icons of the century,” Ernesto Che Guevara was born in Argentina in 1928. After graduating from medical school, he traveled throughout Latin America. After meeting Fidel Castro in Mexico, he joined the revolutionary forces that overthrew the Batista dictatorship in Cuba in 1959. He became a central leader of the Cuban revolutionary government and later led guerrilla missions to Africa and Bolivia, where he was assassinated in 1967on the orders of the CIA. His life has been dramatized in two recent popular movies: "The Motorcycle Diaries” (directed by Walter Salles, starring Gael García Bernal) and Steven Soderbergh's epic "Che” (starring Benicio Del Toro). Ernesto Guevara is the younger son of Ernesto Che Guevara and Aleida March. He lives in Havana and works as a lawyer.


Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 177
Erscheinungsdatum 01.04.2011
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-9804292-7-5
Reihe Che Guevara Publishing Project
Verlag Ocean Press
Maße (L/B/H) 21.6/13.9/1.7 cm
Gewicht 262 g


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    The sequel to "The Motorcycle Diaries"

    Ernesto Che Guevara

    Publishers note on this new edition

    To the reader (ALEIDA MARCH)

    Prologue by Alberto Granado


    Latin America Journal

  • Argentina to Bolivia

  • Peru

  • Ecuador

  • Panama

  • Costa Rica

  • Nicaragua

  • Guatemala

  • El Salvador

  • Guatemala

  • Mexico

    Appendices: Letters, Poems, Journalism

    Letter to his mother, Cuzco, August 22, 1953
    Letter to Tita Infante, Lima, September 3, 1953
    To the Bolivian Miners, April 9, 1953 (poem)
    Letter to his mother, Guayaquil, October 21, 1953
    Article on the visit of two Argentine students to the editorial office of the Panamanian newspaper, "La Hora," November 10, 1953
    Article in "Diario de Costa Rica" quoting two young Argentines' comments on the Bolivian revolution, December 11, 1953
    Article about the Amazon by Ernesto Guevara published in "Panamá-América," November 22, 1953
    "Machu-Picchu: Stone Enigma of the Americas" Article published in "Siete" (Panama), December 12, 1953. (The article concludes by quoting a tourist's comment: "I am glad to find a place without Coca-Cola advertising."
    Letter to his mother, Central America, April 1954
    Letter to his mother, Guatemala, April 1954
    Letter to his mother, Guatemala, May 10, 1954
    Letter to his mother, Guatemala, June 20, 1954
    Letter to his mother, Guatemala, July 4, 1954
    Letter to his aunt Beatriz, Guatemala, July 22, 1954
    Letter to his mother, Guatemala, August 7, 1954
    Letter to his parents, Argentine embassy, Guatemala, August 1954
    Letter to Tita Infante, Guatemala, August 1954
    Unpublished article on the coup against President Arbenz, "The Dilemma of Guatemala," 1954
    Letter to his mother, Mexico? 1954
    Letter to his mother, Mexico, end of 1954
    Invitation to Join the Struggle, a poem for Helena Leiva, December 1954 Letter to his mother, Mexico, September 24, 1955
    Letter to his mother, Mexico, July 15, 1956
    Letter to his mother, Mexico, 1956????
    Letter to his mother, Mexico, August-September, 1956
    Letter to his mother, Mexico, October 1956
    Letter to Tita Infante, Mexico, November 1956
    Articles in "Excelsior" (Mexico) about the arrest and detention of a group of revolutionaries, including Ernesto Guevara and Fidel Castro, 1955----56
    Press credencial /Reference from Agencia Latina for Ernesto Guevara