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The Future of Memory: Children of the Dictatorship in Argentina Speak

Andrés Jaroslavsky ; translation by Niki Johnson
Format
Book
Published
London : Latin America Bureau, 2003.
Language
English
ISBN
1899365559
Summary
Interviews with young Argentinians are the centre of the book. These include children of parents disappeared or murdered during the last dictatorship, children of families who had to flee the country due to persecution, as well a children whose parents were imprisoned and those children stolen by repressors. Woven through these are documentary sources and judicial procedures relating to their testimony, including historical notes to the political context and the time which has elapsed in between, Jaroslavsky conveys the ways in which memories shape our existence and understanding.
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250 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes
  • "Historical notes on the dictatorship of 1976-1983" by Alejandro Andreassi Cieri (p. 225-231).
  • Includes bibliographical references.
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