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Chile.
Seen From Within. 1973-1988.


Edited by Susan Meiselas. Text by Marco De La Parra and Ariel Dorfman. Photographs by Paz Errazuriz, Alejandro Hoppe, Alvaro Hoppe, Helen Hughes, Jorge Ianiszewski, Hector Lopez, Kena Lorenzini, J.D. Marinello, Christian Montecino, Marcelo Montecino, Oscar Navarro, Claudio Perez, Luis Poirot, Paulo Slachevsky, Luis Weinstein, and Oscar Wittke.
W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1990. In English. 144 pp., 76 black-and-white illustrations, 10¼x8¾".



Publisher's Description

Chile: Seen from Within is a pictorial record of the period in that nation's recent history that began with the murder and torture of Salvador Allende's supporters and the suppression of all dissent after the bloody coup led by General Augusto Pinochet. It chronicles the growing opposition that culminated in the plebiscite of 1988, in which Pinochet's bid for power was rejected. The photographs are by Chileans who work for small magazines and underground newspapers, most of them reproduced here for the first time. The introduction and accompanying text are by Chilean playwright Marco Antonio de la Parra.


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