Latin American Literature and its Times: Profiles of Notable by Joyce Moss, Lorraine Valestuk

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Aerial view of student protest along Re forma Boulevard, Mexico City, Mexico, 1968, photograph. Corbis/Bettmann. Reproduced by permission. — Adelu Cho, Chicacnab, Guatemala, 1992, photograph. Corbis/Natalie Fobes. Reproduced by permission. 1910, photograph. Corbis. Reproduced by permission. —Colombian troops, 1902, photograph. Corbis. Reproduced by permission. —Colombian troops in Bogota, Colombia, 1949, photograph. Corbis/Bettmann. Reproduced by permission. —Jose Marti, photograph. The Bettmann Archive.

Desi Arnaz, photograph. Archive Photos, Inc. Reproduced by permission. —Movie still with Antonio Banderas and Armand Assante, from the adaptation of The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love by Oscar Hijuelos, 1991, photograph. The Kobal Collection. Reproduced by permission. —Tommie Smith, John Carlos, and Peter Norman at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, photograph. Corbis/ Bettmann. Reproduced by permission. —Aerial view of student protest along Re forma Boulevard, Mexico City, Mexico, 1968, photograph.

Daniels delivering Cuban refugees during the Mariel boatlift, 1980, photograph. AP/Wide World Photos. Reproduced by permission. — Cuban insurgents, 1869, illustration. Corbis/ Bettmann. Reproduced by permission. —Spanish troops in Cuba, photograph. The Library of Congress. —Cowboys branding cattle, 1939, G. W. Evans ranch, Gila National Forest, New Mexico, photograph by Fred L. McCament. Corbis. Reproduced by permission. —Reies Tijerina, photograph. AP/Wide World Photos. Reproduced by permission.

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