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Hasta No Verte Jesus Mio

ISBN-10: 0374168199
ISBN-13: 9780374168193
Edition: 2001
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Description: The first English edition of the masterful, moving story of one woman's life-by the acclaimed Mexican writer Elena Poniatowska's best and most accessible work, Here's to You, Jesuacute;sa! is a rich, sensitive retelling of the life of Jesuacute;sa  More...

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List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Publication date: 2/12/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

The first English edition of the masterful, moving story of one woman's life-by the acclaimed Mexican writer Elena Poniatowska's best and most accessible work, Here's to You, Jesuacute;sa! is a rich, sensitive retelling of the life of Jesuacute;sa Palancares de Aguilar. Born in Oaxaca in the early 1900s, she loses her mother at a young age and lives with her father until one of his girlfriends beats and stabs her. Moved to her godmother's house, Jesuacute;sa serves as a maid until she reunites with her father during the Mexican Revolution and joins the army of General Jesuacute;s Carranza. In the army, Jesuacute;sa is forced to marry another soldier who beats and abandons her. On one such occasion she is beaten so severely that it draws the attention of the general himself, who punishes her husband. After the revolution, Jesuacute;sa finds work in Mexico City, first as a domestic, then in a series of factories, and begins her long history of run-ins with the police. Poniatowska documents a colorful life while also providing a compelling, firsthand account of the most important events in Mexico during the twentieth century. Reprinted twenty-eight times since its original publication in 1969, Here's to You, Jesuacute;sa! now stands as a classic of Mexican literature.

Elena Poniatowska is the author of more than forty works, including the classic Massacre in Mexico and the novels Dear Diego and Tinisima (FSG, 1996). She lives in Mexico City.

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