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Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0297779958 Hardback Hardback. Very slightly sunned spine to D/J. Translated from the Spanish by Toby Talbot. He was a relentless champion of human rights and social justice. In the pages of his Beunos Aires newspaper, La Opinion, the author constantly attacked the Argentine government, military services, secret police and terrorist gangs for their lawless behaviour-in a period of a few years some 20-30, 000 Argetnines simply disappeared and have never been heard from again. On one particular day Timerman received threats from both right and left-wing death squads. In April 1977 he was arrested by an extremist faction of the Argeninte army, without charges being brought against him. In this heart-felt book he describes his captivity for thirty months-in federal police headquarters, in secret prisons, finally in his house. Timerman conveys the anguish and despairing sense of losing touch with reality that he felt as a prisoner in solitary confinement. He tells of his defences against torture: a calculated passivity that preserved his energy and strength, and a keen sense of his own identity that kept him from breakdown and madness. priminent in his story is his experience of the firece, totally irrational anti-Semitism with which he was confronted by men who expressed their admiration for the policies of Nazism and grotesquely imagined an imminent thrid world war. This book is a deeply-moving memori of a brave man's survival against the mindless brutality and repression of a closed totalitarian society. 164 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions, and all types of Academic Literature. )
As New in Near Fine jacket. Type: Book The book itself is almost "new", but for a scratch on the back part of the back cover, and a few small scratches on the black part of the front cover. There is a prior bookseller's price on the front endpaper. The pages are clean and crisp. The dustjacket is slightly stained, mostly at the top, and also shows some very light wear. An expert might be able to remove the staining.
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