The nations of Latin America came into being without a strong sense of national purpose and identity. In The Invention of Argentina, Nicholas Shumway offers a cultural history of one nation's efforts to determine its nature, its destiny, and its place among the nations of the world. His analysis is crucial to understanding not only Argentina's development but also current events in the Argentine Republic.Together they fight off the remaining troopers, share a bottle, and ride off to tell each other their respective stories. Although Hernandez offers little ... Cruz eventually discovers the Comandante in an amorous embrace with his wife, fights with him a but then runs, knowing that the law will eventually favor his rival , and that among his peers, he has become a cuckold. Despite years of roaming aquot; like ananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Invention of Argentina|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1991|