Myths of Argentine History (1)

Felipe Pigna

NON FICTION. PLANETA, 2019. 432 PAGES

From indigenous peoples and the conquest of America to independence.

This book seeks to bring the history of Argentina to its people so that they can appreciate it, reclaim it and enjoy our wonderful shared heritage, which, like everything of value in our beloved country, has been poorly distributed and unfairly appropriated.

This corrected and expanded edition of the first volume of the Myths of Argentine History series aims to definitively further that goal: to make national history accessible to readers so that it will truly belong to us all. In Myths 1, Felipe Pigna renews the invitation to take an interest and discuss where we came from and who we are: ‘The history of a country is its identity, it's everything that has happened to us as a society from our origins to the present day.'

 

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish PLANETA

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