Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, the world’s most famous revolutionary was killed in October 1967, under mysterious circumstances. Today, 40 years later, his image is the twenty-first century’s best-selling icon anywhere. Yet his myth has lost nothing of its force. Was his disappearance an attempt to avoid the creation of a more powerful historical legend?
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Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
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