A complete run in 9 issues of the Argentinian literary, cultural, and political journal, edited by José Luis Mangieri and Carlos Alberto Brocato, containing coverage of a wide variety of topics including Marxism, Picasso, Cuban poetry, Huasipungo, Antonio Gramsci, the Chilean poet Pablo de Rokha, Argentinian theater, guerrilla poetry, socialist literature, Brazilian poetry, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, and many others, with contributions and writings from a range of authors and cultural figures including Galvano della Volpe, Pablo Picasso, Juan Bosch, Jack London, Jorge Luis Borges, Carlos Alberto Brocato, Ernest Hemingway, Bertolt Brecht, José Luis Romero, Attila József, Che Guevara, León Pomer, and many others. Not illustrated aside from occasional author portraits. Minor toning. 4to. Original illustrated wrpps. Some very minor dust-staining, edgewear, overall very good. Buenos Aires, 1964-1966.
La Rosa Blindada was an important artistic and political journal which joined together intellectual and artists committed to social transformations in Argentina, during a tumultuous time in Latin America which saw the Cuban Revolution and the "Cordobazo", or civil uprising of the worker-student movement, in Córdoba. Issue no. 4 is misnumbered as no. 5 to the front cover. Scarce institutionally. Book ID: 50288