Tina Modotti
Tina Modotti

Tina Modotti's Mexico: A Tale of Love & Revolution. By Bonnie Hayman.

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Octavio Paz claimed that Tina Modotti belonged “more to the history of passions than to the history of ideologies,” Hayman propounds that Modotti lived a full life of her own choice, and that politics, ideology, and history were never paramount to her own personal life—an indescribable story of fame, style, gossip and turmoil.
Part Number: 0-915745-40-2.
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Feature: Mexican History
Feature: Tina Modotti
Feature: Mexican Communist Party
Feature: Political activist for the Komintern
Feature 5 Tina Modotti Photographer
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Tina Modotti's Mexico: A Tale of Love & Revolution. By Bonnie Hayman. ISBN: 0-915745-40-2. $29.95. Hardbound.

Hayman situates Tina Modotti (1896-1942) profoundly within her social period from her 1913 emigration to San Francisco to a full-fledged member of the intellectual wing of the Mexican Communist Party. She is one of the most important contemporary women of Mexico.

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