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The Resource Our word is our weapon : selected writings, Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and EnLace Civil

Our word is our weapon : selected writings, Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and EnLace Civil

Label
Our word is our weapon : selected writings
Title
Our word is our weapon
Title remainder
selected writings
Statement of responsibility
Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and EnLace Civil
Title variation
Selected writings
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • spa
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Marcos
Dewey number
972/.75
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
F1256
LC item number
.M285 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Ponce de León, Juana
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Marcos
  • Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (Mexico)
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Social movements
  • Insurgency
  • Short stories, Mexican
  • Mexican fiction
  • Revolutionaries
  • Chiapas (Mexico)
  • Mexico
Label
Our word is our weapon : selected writings, Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and EnLace Civil
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 453-454)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dying in Order to Live
  • Death Has Paid a Visit
  • 49.
  • A Year of the Zapatista Government
  • 50.
  • Zapatistas, Guadalupanos, and the Virgin of Guadalupe
  • 51.
  • A Land to Harvest a Future
  • 52.
  • Letter to Eduardo Galeano
  • 53.
  • 4.
  • Letter to John Berger
  • 54.
  • Dignity Cannot Be Studied; You Live It or It Dies
  • 55.
  • Letter to the Eureka Committee
  • 56.
  • It Continues Raining Here
  • 57.
  • Democratic Teachers and the Zapatista Dream
  • 58.
  • In Our Dreams We Have Seen Another World
  • Closing Words at the National Encuentro in Defense of the Cultural Heritage
  • 59.
  • Ten Years Later: Durito Found Us Again
  • 60.
  • To Mariana Moguel (age ten)
  • 61.
  • The Glass to See to the Other Side
  • 62.
  • Deep Inside the Cave of Desire
  • 63.
  • 5.
  • Durito and Pegasus
  • 64.
  • The Story of the Tiny Mouse and the Tiny Cat
  • 65.
  • The Story of the Cold Foot and the Hot Foot
  • 66.
  • The Story of the Bean-brown Horse
  • 67.
  • Love and the Calendar
  • 68.
  • Votan-Zapata or Five Hundred Years of History
  • Another Cloud, Another Bottle, and Another Letter from Durito
  • 69.
  • P.S. that Fulfills Its Editorial Duty
  • 70.
  • Durito the Pirate
  • 71.
  • The Hour of the Little Ones
  • 72.
  • The True Story of Mary Read and Anne Bonny
  • 73.
  • 6.
  • The Tale of the Ever Never
  • 74.
  • The Parrot's Victory
  • 75.
  • Tales of the Seahorse: Beads and Accounts of Numbers
  • 76.
  • The Tale of the Little Seamstress
  • 77.
  • The Tale of the Little Newsboy
  • 78.
  • A Storm and a Prophecy -- Chiapas: The Southeast in Two Winds
  • The Tale of the Little Wisp of a Cloud
  • 79.
  • The Story of the Schizophrenic Pig
  • 80.
  • The Tale of the Lime with an Identity Crisis
  • 81.
  • The Tale of the Noncnformist Little Toad
  • 82.
  • The Tale of the Pink Shoelaces
  • 83.
  • 7.
  • The Tale of Always and Never
  • 84.
  • The Little Tree and the Others
  • 85.
  • A Light, a Flower, and a Dawn
  • 86.
  • The Words That Walk Truths
  • 87.
  • The Story of Colors
  • 88.
  • Who Should Ask for Pardon and Who Can Grant It?
  • The Story of the Mirrors
  • 89.
  • The Story of Dreams
  • 90.
  • The Story of the Seven Rainbows
  • 91.
  • The Story of Noise and Silence
  • 92.
  • Making the Bread Called Tomorrow
  • 93.
  • 8.
  • The Story of the Others
  • 94.
  • The Tale of the Lion and the Mirror
  • 95.
  • The Story of the Measure of Memory
  • 96.
  • The Story of One and All
  • 97.
  • The Dawn Is Heralding Heat and Flashes
  • 98.
  • Foreword: Chiapas, a Name of Pain and Hope
  • Five Hundred Years of Indigenous Resistance
  • The Story of the Milky Way
  • 99.
  • The Story of the False Light, the Stone, and the Corn
  • 100.
  • The Night Is Ours
  • 101.
  • The Story of the Questions
  • Afterword: Chiapas, the First Postmodern Revolution
  • Ana Carrigan
  • Zapatista Timeline
  • 9.
  • Tom Hansen and Enlace Civil
  • Second Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle
  • 10.
  • Aguascalientes: Opening Words to the National Democratic Convention
  • 11.
  • The Long Journey from Despair to Hope
  • 12.
  • Mr. Zedillo, Welcome to the Nightmare
  • 13.
  • Jose Saramago
  • Come, Brothers and Sisters
  • 14.
  • The Word and the Silence
  • 15.
  • Fourth Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle
  • 16.
  • Closing Words to the National Indigenous Forum
  • 17.
  • Today, Eighty-Five Years Later, History Repeats Itself
  • 18.
  • Editor's Note: Traveling Back for Tomorrow
  • The Unjust Sentencing of Elorriaga and Entzin
  • 19.
  • Opening Remakrs at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 20.
  • Tomorrow Begins Today: Closing Remarks at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 21.
  • Second Declaration of La Realidad for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 22.
  • Civil Society That So Perturbs
  • 23.
  • 1.
  • The Spiral from the End and the Beginning
  • 24.
  • An Urgent Telegram
  • 25.
  • Do the Pictures Lie?
  • 26.
  • For Those Who Protest with Us after Acteal
  • 27.
  • The Sea of My Insomnia: The Table at San Andres
  • 28.
  • Twelve Women in the Twelfth Year: The Moment of War
  • Tlatelolco: Thirty Years Later the Struggle Continues
  • 29.
  • Under Siege: The Zapatista Community of Amador Hernandez
  • 30.
  • Why We Use the Weapon of Resistance
  • 31.
  • Flowers, Like Hope, Are Harvested
  • 32.
  • From Vietnam to Chiapas, Twenty Years Before
  • 33.
  • 2.
  • A Call to Latin America
  • 34.
  • On Independent Media
  • 35.
  • Letter to the Indigenous Leadership of the United States
  • 36.
  • From Here to There and Back Again
  • 37.
  • On May Day and Tupac Amaru
  • 38.
  • War! First Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle
  • This Ocean No Longer Separates Us
  • 39.
  • Letter to Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • 40.
  • Letter to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, USA
  • 41.
  • "No!" to the War in the Balkans
  • 42.
  • For Maurice Najman, Who Keeps Feigning Death
  • 43.
  • 3.
  • Letter to Leonard Peltier
  • 44.
  • To Open a Crack in History
  • 45.
  • We Know What We're Doing: It Is Worth It
  • 46.
  • The Library of Aguascalientes
  • 47.
  • The Retreat Is Making Us Almost Scratch the Sky
  • 48.
Control code
43953940
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Seven Stories Press 1st ed.
Extent
xxxi, 456 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781583220368
Lccn
00030791
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)43953940
Label
Our word is our weapon : selected writings, Subcommandante Marcos ; edited by Juana Ponce de León ; foreword by José Saramago ; afterword by Ana Carrigan ; timeline by Tom Hansen and EnLace Civil
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 453-454)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dying in Order to Live
  • Death Has Paid a Visit
  • 49.
  • A Year of the Zapatista Government
  • 50.
  • Zapatistas, Guadalupanos, and the Virgin of Guadalupe
  • 51.
  • A Land to Harvest a Future
  • 52.
  • Letter to Eduardo Galeano
  • 53.
  • 4.
  • Letter to John Berger
  • 54.
  • Dignity Cannot Be Studied; You Live It or It Dies
  • 55.
  • Letter to the Eureka Committee
  • 56.
  • It Continues Raining Here
  • 57.
  • Democratic Teachers and the Zapatista Dream
  • 58.
  • In Our Dreams We Have Seen Another World
  • Closing Words at the National Encuentro in Defense of the Cultural Heritage
  • 59.
  • Ten Years Later: Durito Found Us Again
  • 60.
  • To Mariana Moguel (age ten)
  • 61.
  • The Glass to See to the Other Side
  • 62.
  • Deep Inside the Cave of Desire
  • 63.
  • 5.
  • Durito and Pegasus
  • 64.
  • The Story of the Tiny Mouse and the Tiny Cat
  • 65.
  • The Story of the Cold Foot and the Hot Foot
  • 66.
  • The Story of the Bean-brown Horse
  • 67.
  • Love and the Calendar
  • 68.
  • Votan-Zapata or Five Hundred Years of History
  • Another Cloud, Another Bottle, and Another Letter from Durito
  • 69.
  • P.S. that Fulfills Its Editorial Duty
  • 70.
  • Durito the Pirate
  • 71.
  • The Hour of the Little Ones
  • 72.
  • The True Story of Mary Read and Anne Bonny
  • 73.
  • 6.
  • The Tale of the Ever Never
  • 74.
  • The Parrot's Victory
  • 75.
  • Tales of the Seahorse: Beads and Accounts of Numbers
  • 76.
  • The Tale of the Little Seamstress
  • 77.
  • The Tale of the Little Newsboy
  • 78.
  • A Storm and a Prophecy -- Chiapas: The Southeast in Two Winds
  • The Tale of the Little Wisp of a Cloud
  • 79.
  • The Story of the Schizophrenic Pig
  • 80.
  • The Tale of the Lime with an Identity Crisis
  • 81.
  • The Tale of the Noncnformist Little Toad
  • 82.
  • The Tale of the Pink Shoelaces
  • 83.
  • 7.
  • The Tale of Always and Never
  • 84.
  • The Little Tree and the Others
  • 85.
  • A Light, a Flower, and a Dawn
  • 86.
  • The Words That Walk Truths
  • 87.
  • The Story of Colors
  • 88.
  • Who Should Ask for Pardon and Who Can Grant It?
  • The Story of the Mirrors
  • 89.
  • The Story of Dreams
  • 90.
  • The Story of the Seven Rainbows
  • 91.
  • The Story of Noise and Silence
  • 92.
  • Making the Bread Called Tomorrow
  • 93.
  • 8.
  • The Story of the Others
  • 94.
  • The Tale of the Lion and the Mirror
  • 95.
  • The Story of the Measure of Memory
  • 96.
  • The Story of One and All
  • 97.
  • The Dawn Is Heralding Heat and Flashes
  • 98.
  • Foreword: Chiapas, a Name of Pain and Hope
  • Five Hundred Years of Indigenous Resistance
  • The Story of the Milky Way
  • 99.
  • The Story of the False Light, the Stone, and the Corn
  • 100.
  • The Night Is Ours
  • 101.
  • The Story of the Questions
  • Afterword: Chiapas, the First Postmodern Revolution
  • Ana Carrigan
  • Zapatista Timeline
  • 9.
  • Tom Hansen and Enlace Civil
  • Second Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle
  • 10.
  • Aguascalientes: Opening Words to the National Democratic Convention
  • 11.
  • The Long Journey from Despair to Hope
  • 12.
  • Mr. Zedillo, Welcome to the Nightmare
  • 13.
  • Jose Saramago
  • Come, Brothers and Sisters
  • 14.
  • The Word and the Silence
  • 15.
  • Fourth Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle
  • 16.
  • Closing Words to the National Indigenous Forum
  • 17.
  • Today, Eighty-Five Years Later, History Repeats Itself
  • 18.
  • Editor's Note: Traveling Back for Tomorrow
  • The Unjust Sentencing of Elorriaga and Entzin
  • 19.
  • Opening Remakrs at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 20.
  • Tomorrow Begins Today: Closing Remarks at the First Intercontinental Encuentro for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 21.
  • Second Declaration of La Realidad for Humanity and against Neoliberalism
  • 22.
  • Civil Society That So Perturbs
  • 23.
  • 1.
  • The Spiral from the End and the Beginning
  • 24.
  • An Urgent Telegram
  • 25.
  • Do the Pictures Lie?
  • 26.
  • For Those Who Protest with Us after Acteal
  • 27.
  • The Sea of My Insomnia: The Table at San Andres
  • 28.
  • Twelve Women in the Twelfth Year: The Moment of War
  • Tlatelolco: Thirty Years Later the Struggle Continues
  • 29.
  • Under Siege: The Zapatista Community of Amador Hernandez
  • 30.
  • Why We Use the Weapon of Resistance
  • 31.
  • Flowers, Like Hope, Are Harvested
  • 32.
  • From Vietnam to Chiapas, Twenty Years Before
  • 33.
  • 2.
  • A Call to Latin America
  • 34.
  • On Independent Media
  • 35.
  • Letter to the Indigenous Leadership of the United States
  • 36.
  • From Here to There and Back Again
  • 37.
  • On May Day and Tupac Amaru
  • 38.
  • War! First Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle
  • This Ocean No Longer Separates Us
  • 39.
  • Letter to Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • 40.
  • Letter to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, USA
  • 41.
  • "No!" to the War in the Balkans
  • 42.
  • For Maurice Najman, Who Keeps Feigning Death
  • 43.
  • 3.
  • Letter to Leonard Peltier
  • 44.
  • To Open a Crack in History
  • 45.
  • We Know What We're Doing: It Is Worth It
  • 46.
  • The Library of Aguascalientes
  • 47.
  • The Retreat Is Making Us Almost Scratch the Sky
  • 48.
Control code
43953940
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Seven Stories Press 1st ed.
Extent
xxxi, 456 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781583220368
Lccn
00030791
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)43953940

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