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Mexico by James A. Michener

Mexico by James A. Michener

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by James A. Michener

BCA, 1992, ISBN 9780436279782, hardcover, dust-jacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing to edges and corners, no inscriptions, dust-jacket shows minor edge and shelf wear with minor rubbing to edges and corners (see photographs)

“With his superb command of history and talent for storytelling, America’s number one novelist sweeps us across the centuries in a colourful, violent land. Norman Clay, an American journalist, arrives in Mexico to cover the decisive duel between two celebrated matadors – and to learn more about his family’s roots. As Clay uncovers the story of his Mexican ancestors – among them an indomitable Indian queen, a conquistador priest, and a Confederate expatriate – we watch the dramatic history of Mexico unfold before us: the brilliance and brutality of an ancient native culture; the Spaniards’ savage quest for gold, souls and glory; and the birth of a modern nation in war and revolution.”

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