The University of Wisconsin Press
Memoir / Human Rights / Latin America / Judaica / Journalism
Preso sin nombre, celda sin número
With forewords by Arthur Miller and Ariel Dorfman
"Es un grito de dolor cargado de lirismo. Leerlo apasiona. Contemplario estremece."Arthur Miller
Here in the original Spanish is the international bestseller known in English as Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number.
"Unlike 15,000 other Argentines, 'the disappeared,' Timerman was eventually released into exile. His testimony [is] gripping in its human stories, not only of brutality but of courage and love."New York Times, citation for list of "Books of the Century."
This Spanish-language edition is copublished with Ediciones de la Flor, Buenos Aires.
Jacobo Timerman (19231999), outspoken champion of human rights and freedom of the press, criticized all repressive governments and organizations, regardless of their political ideologies.
The Americas, Ilan Stavans, Series editor, Irene Vilar, Associate editor
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An English-language edition of this title is also available from the UW Press:
Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number
With a new introduction by Ilan Stavans
192 pp. 5 1/4 x 7 5/8
Wisconsin edition for sale only in North America and Puerto Rico
Paper $18.95 t
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