6 edition of Trozas found in the catalog.
January 1, 1990 by Ivan R. Dee, Publisher .
Written in English
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Trozas is the fourth in the Jungle Series, written by B. Traven around the economic class structure of Mexico Trozas book the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz. The book is short on plot and short on character development, but it gives almost a case study version of the inhumane conditions that peons endured on the debt slavery mahogany plantation/5(6).
Trozas is the fourth of the six Jungle Novels that describe the conditions of peonage and debt slavery under which Mexican Indians suffered during the reign of Porfirio D az.
The main character of the novel is a young Indian With the first publication in English of Trozas, B. Traven's legendary Jungle Novels, an epic of the birth of the Mexican /5(88).
Trozas is the fourth of the six Jungle Novels that describe the conditions of peonage and debt slavery under which Mexican Indians suffered during the reign of Porfirio Díaz. The main character of the novel is a young Indian named Andrés Ugaldo, a virtual slave worker in a monter—mahogany plantation—which is purchased by the profit hungry Brand: Dee, Ivan R.
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Trozas is also about human dignity in the face overwhelming suffering. Trozas is a grim book in a grim series of books, but an important one that needs to be read, for it enlightens the reader not only about Mexican history and the rise of the Mexican Revolution, but about the politics of evil and one aspect of the human condition/5(5).
Trozas, here translated into English for the first time, completes the set of B. Traven's legendary Jungle Novels. Describing the conditions of peonage and debt slavery suffered by Mexican Indians during the reign of Porfirio Diaz, they form an epic of the birth of the Mexican Revolution/5(88).
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