La Guerra de Galio is one of the great Mexican novels of the late twentieth century.
This account of the turbulent years that followed the Mexican government's violent repression of the student uprising in 1968. However, as in any great literary work, the story goes beyond the obvious to draw a portrait of the generation that entered its adult life in 1968, its ideals, doubts and miseries.
Meanwhile there is still time to tell the love story of a history teacher and a student.
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