BRIGHT MEXICO by Larry Barretto


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A charming and thoroughly practical travel book on Mexico. It does not pretend to be a profound treatise on Mexico, its social and economic and political problems, but gives enough of each to give meaning to the vivid picture painted of the people, the villages, the countryside, the cities. It tells the sort of thing anyone planning or hoping to go to Mexico wants to know. It interprets the spirit of the Mexico the intelligent traveller will find. Good reading as well.

Pub Date: Jan. 7th, 1934
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart