Utopian Studies 29 (3):309 (2018)

Do I dareDisturb the universe?In part 2 of his volume of short stories, Subcomandante Marcos gives us several tales featuring a dialogue between his fictional self and a wise Mayan peasant, Don Antonio.1 In these conversations, Old Antonio teaches Marcos about the accumulated experience and wisdom of the indigenous people of Chiapas so that he can better understand that their struggle must grow out of the concrete conditions of their past and present realities rather than be governed by abstract theory.In “The Way,” written in 1996, Antonio and Marcos have gotten lost during a hunting trip. Using map and...
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