By Lina Sattamini,James N. Green,Rex P. Nielson,Marcos P. S. Arruda
Lina Penna Sattamini describes her son’s tribulations via letters exchanged between relations, together with Marcos, throughout the 12 months that he was once imprisoned. Her narrative is better through Marcos’s account of his arrest, imprisonment, and torture. James N. Green’s creation offers an outline of the political state of affairs in Brazil, and Latin the US extra widely, in the course of that tumultuous period. within the Nineties, a few Brazilians started to recommend that you will want to disregard the trauma of that period and flow on. Lina Penna Sattamini wrote her memoir as a protest opposed to ancient amnesia. First released in Brazil in 2000, A Mother’s Cry is testimonial literature at its top. It conveys the reports of a relations united through love and resolution in the course of years of political repression.
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A Mother’s Cry: A Memoir of Politics, Prison, and Torture under the Brazilian Military Dictatorship by Lina Sattamini,James N. Green,Rex P. Nielson,Marcos P. S. Arruda