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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Retrieved 28 August Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. One of Peru’s most distinguished journalists, Gustavo Gorriti first covered the Shining Path movement for the leading Peruvian newsweekly, Caretas.
On the other hand, this book does not cover the entire years of terrorism, it covers principally the beginning and the reason of his growing.
Yelithza Montoya rated it really liked it Apr 14, First published in Peru inThe Shining Path was immediately hailed as one of the finest works on the insurgency that plagued that nation for over fifteen years. Apr 23, Michael Boyte rated it it was ok.
Luis Munoz rated it liked it Feb 07, Javier Cornejo rated it it was amazing Feb 25, He spends paragraphs and chapters immersed in the petty details of splits and divisions in the ruing class and the military and intelligence forces, and is blindly dismissive of the factors that motivated a generation of peasants to take up arms.
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. Gorriti first gained fame as a journalist in the s reporting on Peru’s internal conflicts between the government and rebel groups such as the Shining Path.
Shining Path by Gustavo Gorriti.
Inhe won the International Press Freedom Award of the US-based Committee to Protect Journalistswhich honors journalists who show courage in defending press freedom despite facing attacks, threats, or imprisonment.
Shining Path by Gustavo Gorriti
This name uses Spanish naming customs: Maria Rivero rated it really liked it Nov 07, Following his release, Gorriti left Peru. The Committee to Protect Journalistswhich had awarded Gorriti its International Press Freedom Award for his work with the paper,  called the election, and the resignations and demotions of investigative staff that followed, a “boardroom coup” that left “the once feisty paper a shadow of its former self”.
Feb 10, Liz Carol rated it really liked it. Nash 8 April At the same time, he offers a nuanced view of the bureaucratic and interdepartme Gorriti’s account of the beginning of the Shining Path insurrection is valuable mainly for his intimate knowledge of the bureaucratic ongoings of the period and first hand experiences.
Gustavo Gorriti father Dora Ellenbogen Goldenberg mother. A richly detailed and absorbing account, it covers the dramatic years between the guerrillas’ opening attack in and President Fernando Belaunde’s reluctant decision to send in the military to contain the yustavo rebellion in late Return to Book Page.
Retrieved 29 August The Committee to Protect Journalists. Retrieved from ” https: While working for the weekly Caretas inhe reported links between the government and narcotics traffickers, particularly implicating Vladimiro GorritjPresident Alberto Fujimori ‘s “strong man”.
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Prensa publisher and editor I. Inthe European Journalism Centre described him as having “been awarded more prizes than probably any other Peruvian journalist”.
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A richly detailed and absorbing account, it covers the dramatic years between the guerrillas’ opening attack in and President Fernando Belaunde’s reluctant decision to send in the military to contain the First published in Peru inThe Shining Path was sender hailed as one of the finest works on the insurgency that plagued that nation for over fifteen years. The History of Panama. Retrieved 26 August