Sendero: Historia de la Guerra Milenaria en el Peru [Gustavo Gorriti] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of the Millenarian War in. Sendero: Historia de la Guerra Milenaria en el Peru. by Gustavo Gorriti Gorriti suggests that Shining Path has a millenarian vision, dedication and discipline. Gustavo Gorriti, a Peruvian journalist based in Lima, has covered the He is the author of a book about the movement, Sendero: historia de la.

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Gustavo Gorriti

Trivia About Shining Path. International Freedom of Expression Exchange. One of Peru’s most distinguished journalists, Gustavo Gorriti first covered the Shining Path movement for the leading Peruvian newsweekly, Caretas.

Paperbackpages. Views Read Edit View history. If you’re just looking for a who-what-when-why, there are far better options. Ron Winter rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Jay Goodall rated it really liked it Jan 07, InGorriti aendero given a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard Universityan honor awarded to mid-career journalists.

Ralph Berg rated it it was amazing May 22, This page was last edited on 27 Decemberat Nando Jim rated it it was amazing Dec 24, Si vas a leer algo sobre el terrorismo, tienes que leerlo. Covering the strategy, actions, successes, and setbacks of both the government and the rebels, the book shows how the tightly organized insurgency forced itself upon an unwilling society just after the transition from an authoritarian to a democratic regime.


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A clearly talented writer, completely blinded by petit bourgeois prejudice, who loves to repeat the tired claims about a population caught in the middle, never thinking about who the people who are motivated to give up their lives for the dreams of a better world are, or why they might have been inspired to do that. Retrieved 28 August Mar 12, Joaquin Garmendia rated it really liked it.

He’s clearly a staunch anti-Communist and was even before the Shining Path showed up, and this influences every word that he writes. Open Preview See a Problem?

At the same time, he offers a nuanced view of the bureaucratic and interdepartmental rivalries that marred the government’s early response. Ari Maria rated it liked it Feb 03, Prensa publisher and editor I. Following his release, Gorriti left Peru.

Want to Read saving…. He began writing again about links between government officials and drug traffickers, and again was the target of threats.

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Books by Gustavo Gorriti. InFujimori was convicted by a Peruvian court for ordering the Gorriti kidnapping, among other human rights abuses, and sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment. Apr 23, Michael Boyte rated senderl it was ok. Columbia University School of Journalism.


Archived from the original on 28 August Gustavo Gorriti father Dora Ellenbogen Goldenberg mother. Fernando Salinas Contreras rated it really liked it May 27, It’s a very descriptive book, because of that, the reading can be a little heavy sometimes.

Even still, his insight is clearly marred by old-fashioned, conservative thinking, as evidenced gusgavo his glowing praise for pretty much any official who operated with a by-the-book, ‘honourable’ approach. Nikolai Olortegui rated it really liked it Mar 27, When his work visa expired, the Panamanian government refused to renew it, setting off a storm of criticism from international press NGOs and domestic opposition parties.

Gorriti moved to Panama inreporting there for La Prensa. Guetavo Handala rated it it was amazing Dec 28, The immediate international pressure caused Gorriti to be transferred to official detention the following day, a response that he later said probably saved his life. Goodreads gorritj you keep track of books you want to read. Nash 8 April Archived from the original on 26 August