Esperanza Speaks

Publisher : University of Toronto Press

ISBN-13 : 1487594690

Page : 224 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 690 voters

This short, engaging book details the life history of Esperanza Ruiz and four generations of her family. Their stories recount a century of change in a poor highland community in Panama, and how ordinary people struggle, survive, and impact history.

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