SANDINO IN THE STREETS.
Edition: First printing.
Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, (1991) dj. Hardcover first edition - A book which offers a vivid example of how popular art played a significant role in the Nicaraguan revolution, with photographs - in both full color and black and white - and an essay by Sheesley, translated and edited by Bragg. Includes a prologue by Ernesto Cardenal and an introduction by Jack C. Hopkins. From the Library Journal: "In Nicaragua over the past decade, Augusto Cesar Sandino - the patron saint of the Sandinista movement and a martyred general who fought U.S. Marines in the late 1920s - has been transmogrified into a national hero of mythic stature. Various images of Sandino permeated Nicaraguan life under the Sandinista regime with his distinctive silhouette appearing everywhere. Here, photographs of this popular art as expressions of Nicaraguan nationalism have been juxtaposed with excerpts from Sandino's journals and letters as well as other documents from Nicaraguan history." A title in the Caribbean & Latin American Studies, Jack Hopkins general editor. Sources, oblong format. 117 pp. ISBN: 0-25335207X.
Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket (2 small illustrations stamped on front endpaper)