By Rebecca WestRebecca West’s never-before-published Survivors in Mexico brings to readers a bold and provocative paintings by way of a tremendous twentieth-century writer. an exciting exploration of Mexican background, faith, artwork, and tradition, it explores the interior lives of figures starting from Cortés and Montezuma to Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and Leon Trotsky.
“Witty and enjoyable, major and reflective, insightful and good documented, in best and unusual prose, Rebecca West’s travelogue . . . is a version of British sophistication and knack for seeing the other.”—Jorge G. Castañeda, ny occasions booklet Review
“An enthrallingly readable e-book . . . choked with sharp impressions and stimulating insights.”—Merle Rubin, la occasions publication Review
“Luscious examining. . . . The publication succeeds fantastically as a travelogue because of West’s mind and adventure, with Mexico serving because the motor vehicle for it all.”—Sam Quinones, Washington put up publication international