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ISBN-10: 0938317415
ISBN-13: 9780938317418
Publisher: Cinco Puntos Press
Publish Date: 11/01/1998
Dimensions: 9.00" L, 5.99" W, 0.83" H

Tonatiuh’s People: A Novel of the Mexican Cataclysm

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Tonatiuh’s People is a fast-paced tragicomedy that provides a wry and gut-wrenching whiff of ruling class chicanery and the bad gas that lurks so close in our “distant neighbor.” A gringo reporter who drinks too much mescal and snorts too much coke follows the Indian leader Tonatiuh as he pursues the presidency of Mexico. The bizarre campaign travels from the camps of Subcomandante Marcos in the south to a phalanx of U.S. soldiers in the north, and home again to the Zocaio. This charismatic indigenous leader wades into the political landscape of his country to win the 2000 presidential election only to have it stolen from him in an orgy of computer flimflam and Aztec ritual sacrifice.

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Details

ISBN-10: 0938317415
ISBN-13: 9780938317418
Publisher: Cinco Puntos Press
Publish Date: 11/01/1998
Dimensions: 9.00" L, 5.99" W, 0.83" H
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