Robert Joe Stout (Author). This engaging and passionate book meanders through journalism, history and autobiography.
Robert Joe Stout (Author). It is an anthology of conversations the author, who has written for the Christian Science Monitor and other publications, has had throughout Mexico over the past 40 years, grouped together by geography.
The Mexican" is a 1911 short story by American author Jack London. Written during the Mexican Revolution, while London was in El Paso, Texas, "The Mexican" was first published in the Saturday Evening Post. In 1913 it was republished by Grosset & Dunlap in the collection of short stories The Night Born.
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Robert Joe Stout2003年1月1日. Today's Mexico is presented through the experiences, opinions and adventures of hundreds of Mexicans from all walks of life: not politics, nor statistics, but the personality of a nation grafted onto deep, indigenous roots by a European invader that still was entwined in feudal customs and superstitions. This narration takes readers through Mexico City, through its suburbs rich and poor, into its and pre-Christian-and on journeys with reformers, rebels, manipulators, workers.
Then there is the 2001 bestseller On Mexican Time (Tony Cohan), plus a few other books of the "charming new life in paradise" genre, which are not so much about Mexico, but about expatriates. In place of national leaders, it portrays the opportunists and the dispossessed, the man at the slaughterhouse, the lady of leisure, the street vendor, and the child in the barrio.
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The author of The Blood of the Serpent: Mexican Lives (2003), he has published his nonfiction widely in magazines, journals, and newspapers, and he has also published a lot of short fiction and poetry. He currently lives in Mexico.
Robert Joe Stout is a prize-winning journalist, novelist and poet who has written extensively about Mexico, human rights and baseball. His books include Hidden Dangers, Mexico on the Brink of Disaster and the novel Where Gringos Don't Belong, the poetry volumes Monkey Screams and A Perfect Throw, the novels Running Out the Hurt and Miss Sally and the nonfiction Why Immigrants Come to America and The Blood of the Serpent.