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Gift for my favorite PhD. He liked it but I have no idea about the rest of the questions.Published 6 months ago by K. KirschdeBurgos
This was a great buy as well as the quality of the book. Thank you from a greatful student.Published 8 months ago by Erika Martinez
I have not read the entire book. I bought it to read the chapter on All Souls Day for a report I was writing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anne M. Dalton
I felt the author made some outlandish generalizations about Northamericans (the ones from the U.S.)
I stopped reading the book because I felt the author (for lack of another... Read more
Necessary text for a pol.sci. class on Mexico. Very esoteric and spiritual in context and rather convoluted for this empiricist to accept. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dan
This book is priceless. It is about Mexican history in the context of American Continents and the world. Read morePublished 16 months ago by LaurentG
This book reads like a long, fascinating essay, on Mexico and its people. One of the best and most famous sections deals with the Mexican conception of death; which is accepted and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anne-Marie