6 edition of Argentines of today found in the catalog.
Lettered on cover: Hispanic American series
|Statement||edited by William Belmont Parker .|
|Series||Hispanic notes & monographs; essays, studies, and brief biographies -- V|
|Contributions||Hispanic Society of America|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||23009086|
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Even though there are an estimated 1 million Black Argentines alive today, few claim Black as their race because Africans are perceived to be “undeveloped and uncivilized”. Miriam Gomes, a professor of literature at the University of Buenos Aires explained that almost no one in Argentina with Black blood in their veins will admit to it. One day, in , I found myself frozen in my steps. On the broad 9 de Julio Avenue that divides Buenos Aires rises a tall white obelisk that is the city’s most conspicuous landmark. In those days, a revolving billboard had been suspended around it: inscribed upon it in large blue letters on a white background was the slogan “Silence Is Health.” Two years later, the slogan made a macabre.
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"Argentines of To-Day" forms the fifth volume in the series planned by The Hispanic Society of America to make known to readers of English the representative men of Hispanic America. Because it deals with the citizens of the richest and most populous of the Spanish-speaking republics, this volume contains a much longer list of biographies than any of its predecessors.
Argentines of today. Buenos Aires, New York, The Hispanic society of America, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William Belmont Parker; Hispanic Society of America.
Argentines of today by Parker, William Belmont,ed; Hispanic Society of America. Argentines of today by William Belmont Parker; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Accessible book; Places: Argentina.
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