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In this volume, the reader will encounter the famous “Güera” Rodríguez, who was, undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful women to visit our nation; Diego Rivera, lost among his easels and oil canvases, painting his models, whom, he at times, took down from the platform to love; Isabel Moctezuma; Tecuichpo; “Cotton Flower”; Moctezuma Xocoyotzin’s daughter and wife of the emperor Cuitláhuac; and, later on, Cuauhtémoc’s wife, who tells for the first time the vision of the conquered; the “Corregidora,” Doña Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez (history did not record her heroic role in the years following the 1810–1829 period, when, unfortunately, she died as a great leader who had made her mark upon Mexico forever); Lázaro Cárdenas, an untouchable character; “Tata Lázaro,” the top leader of the Mexican left wing considered “the” politician of the Mexican twentieth century, of whom only eulogies, and not serene, focused, objective, and descriptive biographies were written. Now, he is closely followed in order to find a formerly ignored reality—that of the suicidal utopian.



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