Prisoner Without A Name, Cell Without A Number by Jacobo Timerman

The book is a harrowing memoir of a journalist who was detained and tortured by the Argentine military government during the late 1970s. It vividly recounts his experiences of imprisonment, the brutal interrogation techniques he endured, and his observations on the political and social turmoil of Argentina under a repressive regime. The narrative not only exposes the personal anguish and struggle of the author but also serves as a critical examination of the impact of totalitarianism on society and the perilous state of human rights under such governance.

The 5353rd greatest book of all time


Published
1981
Nationality
Argentinian
Type
Fiction
Pages
150-200
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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