The Country Under My Skin: A Memoir of Love and War

The Country Under My Skin: A Memoir of Love and War
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An electrifying memory of the famous writer of Nicaragua (“A wonderfully free of charge and original talent,” Harold Pinter) and central figure of the Sandinista revolution.
to early twenties, Gioconda Belli inhabited an upper-class cocoon: sheltered from the poverty in Managua in a world of country clubs and debutante balls, trained, early marriage and motherhood. But in 1970 every thing changed. His growing dissatisfaction with domestic life, and awareness development of social inequality in Nicaragua, led her to join the Sandinistas, then a growing organization, but still hidden. It would be with them over the next twenty years earlier, and frequently much more dangerous levels.
His memory is both a revealing inside account of the Revolution and a vivid, intensely felt story of coming of age in extraordinary circumstances. Belli writes both striking lyricism and sincerity in his individual and political lives: about her Famil The Country Under My Skin: A Memoir of Adore and War

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