By Eduardo Galeano
"Days and Nights succeeds not just due to its socio-political authenticity and lyrical variety yet due to its interweaving of anger and tenderness, elation and sorrow."
Days and Nights of affection and War is the private testimony of 1 of Latin America's most desirable modern political writers. during this interesting magazine and eloquent background, Eduardo Galeano movingly files the lives of struggles of the Latin American humans, less than 20 years of unbelievable violence and severe repression. Alternating among reportage, own vignettes, interviews, travelogues, and folklore, and richly conveyed with anger, unhappiness, irony, and coffee humor, Galeano can pay loving tribute to the braveness and backbone of these who persevered to think in, and struggle for, a extra human lifestyles. The Lannan beginning presented the 1999 Cultural Prize for Freedom to Eduardo Galeano, in reputation of these "whose outstanding and brave paintings celebrates the human correct to freedom of mind's eye, inquiry and expression."
Originally released in Cuba, Days and Nights of affection and War gained the Casa de las Américas prize in 1978.
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