Son of Tecun Uman: A Maya Indian Tells His Story edited by James D. Sexton
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1981 University of Arizona Press hardcover with dust jacket and 250 pages. Only rarely does the story of a native people come to be told by one of their own. Through the autobiography and diary of Ignacio Bizarro Ujpan the lives of Guatamala's Highland Maya unfold. This book tells the story of what it is like to grow up amid poverty and illiteracy while the vagaries of the 20th century rage around.