Results for "author_first: Eduardo, author_last: Galeano"
Eduardo Galeano in Upside Down The market for private police
Mirrors Eduardo Galeano with two excerpts on the shadow side of life revealed through criminal statistics not counted and the lethal weapon of our cars.
Children of the Days Eduardo Galeano on how drones kill without remorse.
Walking Words Bold, imaginative, and thought-provoking collection of stories, paradoxes, aphorisms, and riddles.
Upside Down A watershed work on justice with its heartbreaking portrait of those left out of the rising tide of economic benefits and privileges enjoyed by the rich and the powerful.
Upside Down Eduardo Galeano on the opposite of love, fear.
The Book of Embraces An inspiring mix of parables, Indian legends, and autobiographical fragments.
Voices of Time Innovative and imaginative glimpses of the violent, wild, and crazy world we live in from one of Latin America's finest and most perceptive writers.
Walking Words Eduardo Galeano on how hunger breakfasts on fear.
Children of the Days An impressive work of cogent, creative insight from a prophet who opens our eyes to the world as it could be if we would fight for peace, justice, and human equality.