Clandestine in Chile, the Adventures of Miguel Littin
by Marquez, Gabriel Garcia
New York;(1987): Henry Holt and Co. First American Edition. Octavo. 116pp., translated into English by Asa Zatz. After twelve years in exile, Chile's leading film director, Miguel Littin, returned in disguise to shoot a clandestine film about Pinochet's Chile. His voice and experience are recorded here by the author Marques, himself a Nobel Prize Winner. Afterwards, in 1987, 15,000 copies of the Spanish edition of this book were confiscated and burned. A fine bright copy bound in light brown cloth over tan paper covered boards, spine lettering red, in a fine bright unclipped pictorial dust jacket. Very nice.
(Inventory #: 021825)
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