"This book, a must-read volume, offers a deeply moving and extremely timely perspective on the Spanish guerrilla by their civilian supporters -an area insufficiently acknowledged in scholarly studies to date. Weaving discussions of films, documentaries and interviews with a sophisticated but jargon-free framework of theories on historical memory, Professor Camino has written a superb andthought-provoking study that will become a classic." - Professor Christine Arkinstall, University of Auckland, New Zealand
About the Author
MERCEDES MAROTO CAMINO is Professor of Hispanic Studies at Lancaster University, UK. Her previous publications includePractising Places: Lazarillo, Saint Teresa and the Early Modern City;Producing the Pacific: Maps and Narratives (1567-1606); andExploring the Explorers: Spaniards in Oceania 1519-1794. She has also published extensively in journals, including International Journal of Iberian Studies, Studies in European Cinema, Modern Language Review and Hispanic Review.