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The African Dream

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Book Summary of The African Dream

In January 1965, Ernesto 'Ché’ Guevara, one of the heroes of the Cuban revolutionary war, and a minister in Fidel Castro's government, vanished. His sudden disappearance aroused conjecture all over the world. He eventually surfaced in Africa where, with a hundred Cuban guerrilla fighters to assist him, he put into action his revolutionary theories of how to help the oppressed people of Africa throw off the yoke of colonial imperialism. The African Dream consists of the hitherto unpublished diaries that Guevara kept while he was in Africa. The diaries record the first steps in the catastrophic, if heroic, adventure that was to lead ultimately to his death in the Bolivian jungle and to the creation of one of the most potent romantic legends of our time. They also offer a unique insight into a man who was one of the most compelling and charismatic figures in 20th century politics.














Details of Book: The African Dream (BSID:15459)

Book The African Dream
Author Che Guevara
ISBN 1860468470
ISBN-13 9781860468476, 978-1860468476
Binding Paperback
Publisher Random House Group
Publishing Date 19/04/01
Number of Pages 304
Language Spanish

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Tim July 25, 2011 review from Goodreads

This book is just one chapter in the life of one of the greatest revolutionaries of the past century. Guevara is not afraid to admit his shortcomings in this book, and this writing will show the tremendous drive he had to improve the condition of the world's peoples from the exploitation of neo-c...

Kay December 05, 2010 review from Goodreads

I think this is an important book, but the intro deifies Che, in a way that is unnecessary and off-putting, especially in a book in which his mission fails. Also, Che comes of as a bit of a racist in the diary, mocking the Congolese's religious beliefs. It drags a bit. Not much else to say on the...

(Jenn) Yune September 21, 2007 review from Goodreads

as a friend once told me, by the time che was writing this, he was seeing, breathing, eating, drinking, and shitting revolution... it was a bit too much for me, especially as i am in west/central africa and seeing some strange similarities between the africa through che's eyes and mine... well, i...

Rob January 24, 2008 review from Goodreads

Nicely written and easily presented. I enjoy the honesty that Che Guevara provides. He admits his mistakes and does not see himself above any other loyal solider. That is something to admire.

Lennon August 08, 2007 review from Goodreads

A great view of why revolutions sometimes fail, poor communication.

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