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The Motorcycle Diaries Notes on a Latin American Journey (Paperback)

Author:  Ernesto/ Vitier Guevara Introduction:  Cintio Vitier
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1876175702
ISBN-13: 9781876175702
Sku: 33639089
Publish Date: 11/1/2003
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.5L x 0.5T
Pages:  170
Age Range:  NA
 
- The publication of this new, expanded edition of The Motorcycle Diaries coincides with the release of Robert Redford's new film based on the Diaries.
- This film and another forthcoming from Steven Soderbergh in Fall 2003 will provoke even greater "Che-mania" and increase sales of all Ocean's titles on Che Guevara.
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When Che Guevara, Castro's right-hand man, took a motorcycle trip across Latin America in the early fifties, he kept this diary of his adventures--and there were adventures aplenty as Guevara, a young medical student, parties hard and uproariously in the course of his travels. He also identifies with the oppressed people he encounters, and interjects his feelings about politics and human rights, his revolutionary ideals crystallizing for the first time. As Guevara and his companion, Alberto Granado, roam through the countryside on a motorcycle that keeps breaking down, he revels in a hilarious series of mishaps and encounters, but Guevara makes it clear that he had other things on his mind as well. In 2004, Guevara's diary was the basis for a film--a crowd-pleasing fusion of buddy movie and road movie--produced by Robert Redford.

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