Item #63482 Madre Revolucion: insurgencìas lìrc̀as ... Edicion popular. Noé de la Flor Casanova.

Madre Revolucion: insurgencìas lìrc̀as ... Edicion popular

[Toluca, Mexico: [Talleres gráficos de la Escuela industrial de artes y oficios], 1936. 8vo, 19, [3] leaves; original pictorial red wrappers, worn, and with a hole (not affecting any letterpress) on the back wrapper; text toned; good or better. With an inscription from the poet dated November, 1936. Noé de la Flor Casanova (1904-1986) was a Mexican lawyer, cantautor, writer, poet and politician who served for four years as Governor of Tabasco from 1943-46, before being removed from office following a scandal. Mexico National Library, Berkeley, Santa Barbara, SUNY, Trinity (Texas), Missouri, Pittsburgh, and Northwestern State University in Louisiana in OCLC. Item #63482

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