Back On The Road
Book Summary of Back On The Road
About the Author
ERNESTO "CHE" GUEVARA was born in Argentina in 1928. Disillusioned with the right-wing government of Juan Peron, he left home, and, in 1959, he helped Fidel Castro overthrow the Cuban dictator Batista, later becoming a key figure in the revolutionary movements of the 1960s. He was killed in Bolivia in 1967.
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A journey that was to transform him from feckless tourist to fearless revolutionary,A delightful and important sequel to "The Motorcycle Diaries",Back on the Road is a wonderful glimpse into the maturing mind of a great man and a vital companion to the previous "Che" diaries that covered his first trip through Latin America and his post-Cuba experiences in Africa and Bolivia
Details of Book: Back On The Road (BSID:10967)
|Book||Back On The Road|
|Publisher||Random House Group|
|Number of Pages||160|
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I actually enjoyed this more than Motorcycle Diaries. In this book we see young Ernesto making the decision that he really wants to dedicate his life to the revolution, even if it means death.He isn't just looking for adventure anymore, he's looking for meaning and purpose: the chance to make a d...
I really wanted Motorcycle Diaries but the local library branch only carried its "sequel". As a narrative, it reads more or less like a series of notes that Guevara left so he could remember who he met and where and when he did it. As such, it's a very skeletal read. It would be completely unread...
I like that Che has a clearer picture of himself, yet still out to find himself, in this book. I think he had some great ideals at this time and truly wanted to help people. I really want to find out what happened to change his motives.
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