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Fidel: My Early Years

by Fidel Castro - £11.99  Ocean Press (2005)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781920888091 | ISBN 10: 1920888098

A unique selection of personal reflections by the controversial Cuban leader, Fidel Castro. With an introductory essay by Gabriel García Márquez, this book brings together a fascinating selection of Fidel Castro's own remarkably frank writings about his formative years.
Here, Fidel Castro, one of the most private of political figures, reflects on his childhood, youth and student activism. He also discusses his family background and the religious and moral influences that led to his involvement in political life from an early age.
This book also includes excerpts from Fidel's letters from prison after the failed attack on the Moncada barracks in 1953 and a rare selection of photos of Fidel as a child and youth

(Price & availability last checked: September 2018)

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