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Book Description
This is a history of Mexico and Peru by the Spaniards as seen, not by the Spaniards themselves, whose vision has dominated historical writing, but through the eyes of the Indians. As such it is of considerable interest to sociologists & anthropologists as well as historians, and is not a work commonly available.
Author Nathan Wachtel (translation by Ben & Sian Reynolds)
Date 1977 1st UK Edition (originally published in France 1971)
Binding Brown cloth (hardback) in original, un-clipped dust wrapper
Publisher The Harvester Press
Illustrator Black/white photographs +tables, figures & maps
Condition VG in a G/VG dust wrapper
Pages 328

Price: £40.00

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