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Juan Soldado: Rapist, Murderer, Martyr, Saint (American Encounters/Global Interactions) - Vanderwood, Paul J
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Santa Barbara: Capra Press. Near Fine. 1984. Softcover. #52 of a limited edition of 200, signed by both authors and hand-numbered. Hint of cover wear, but almost as-new. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall ., Capra Press, 1984, London: Fulgur Limited, 2014. Limited Edition.. In custom wraps as issued; standard edition; A FINE COPY. The newest issue of this exceptional journal, a weaving together of the esoteric views, enlightened Academia, and contemporary arts, literature, poetry and symbolism. Once again, the new issue will be a large quarto volume matching the specifications and quality of the previous issues with over 180 pages, and the usual outstanding color work to accompany the texts, and special typography. Contents: Olivia Robertson: A Visionary Life by Caroline Wise; A Brief History of the Use of Spirits in European Occultism by Stephanie Spoto; Mycology by Madeline Cass; De Vermis in Se by Max Razdow; John Augustus Knapp: Modern Master of Occult Illustration by Ken Henson [those of you familiar with Manly Hall's BIG BOOK will recognize the name of this artist who provided the original color plates in that classic volume - JDH]; Marrasio's Masque translation by Merlin Cox -- illustrated by Gromyko Semper; Black and White & Gold All Over: An Interview with Panos Tsagaris with Pam Grossman; Musings on Breath by David Blank; The (Not Entirely) Lost 'Art of the Apothecary': Abramelin Oil and Ancient Perfumery by Ioannis Marathakis; Blind Love by K Lenore Siner; Victor Brauner at the Crossroads of Magic and Chance by Jon Graham; La Villa dei Misteri Arrington de Dionyso ; Esoteric City: Theological Hermeneutics in Plato's Republic by Edward Butler -- with photography by SF Said; Sonnet of Comte de Saint-Germain, translated by Sebastian Hayes; Nihilalia: In Conversation with Bea Kwan Lim with Randall Morris; A Brief History of Witchcraft: Inquisitors & Witches by Ian Pyper; Games of Fate: Aby Warburg's Mnemosyne, being Plate 23a Silvia Urbini; Oversoul by Joanna Pallaris; Hidden in Plain Sight: Joséphin Péladan's Religion of Art by Sasha Chaitow; Bené-Satan by Sasha Chaitow; Isis and Taweret with tomb of Hafiz by Adela Leibowitz; Meeting Le Maître: An Introduction to the Art of Michael Bertiaux by Ariock Van de Voorde; Antinous and Glykon: The Gods of Good Hair in Late Antique Anatolia by P. Sufenas Virius Lupus. Plus many extraordinary plates and illustrations in color and monochrome. Tall 4to. 180 pages., London: Fulgur Limited, 2014. Limited Edition., Duke University Press Books. Hardcover. 0822334046 Brand New Hardback Book Juan Soldado: Rapist, Murderer, Martyr, Saint (American Encounters/Global Interactions) (Hardcover - 2004) --- New Book! Buy now while supplies last! Limited availability! ---------In 1938, 24-year-old Mexican soldier Juan Castillo Morales was executed for the rape and murder of eight-year-old Olga Camacho. Despite his well-publicized confession, people began doubting his guilt after his death; soon they had turned his Tijuana grave into a shrine and transformed Castillo Morales into Juan Soldado (Juan the Soldier), an unofficial saint to whom devotees prayed for good health and safe passage to the United States. In this extensively researched but flatly written book, Vanderwood, professor emeritus of Mexican history at San Diego State University, sheds new light on the circumstances surrounding the crime. Vanderwood also delves deeper than the title indicates, exploring the origins of religious devotion in Mexico and around the world and examining the history of criminals?cum?popular saints, from Mexico's Jesus Malverde, the patron saint of drug dealers, to Tucson's El Tiradito (the Castaway), whose shrine is promoted by the Chamber of Commerce. The book also devotes a chapter to the tense, Depression-era atmosphere in Tijuana and postrevolutionary Mexico at the time of Olga Camacho's murder and includes interviews with members of the Camacho family, witnesses to Castillo Morales's execution and present-day visitors to the soldier's grave. Those interested in Mexican culture and religious customs will surely glean new information from this book, but stolid prose compromises Vanderwood's thorough research and astute personal observations. Copyright ? Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Paperback edition. Review "Juan Soldado is a rich, exhuberant, and sensitive account of the making of a folk saint in Tijuana. It is based on extensive use of newspapers and remarkable interviews with eyewitnesses to events in the 1930s."--William A. Christian Jr., author of Visionaries: The Spanish Republic in the Reign of Christ "Juan Soldado is a true cannot-put-it-down read that combines deep research, strong narrative, and remarkable insight about how a spontaneous religious devotion comes into being and consolidates itself. I know of no other work that portrays the elements of this particular sort of religious belief--its spontaneity, its stubbornness in the face of the Church's indifference, and the matter-of-fact way it is practiced in daily life."--Eric Van Young, author of The Other Rebellion: Popular Violence, Ideology, and the Mexican Struggle for Independence, 1810-1821 "Juan Soldado is a rich, exuberant, and sensitive account of the making of a folk saint in Tijuana. It is based on extensive use of newspapers and remarkable interviews with eyewitnesses to events in the 1930s."--William A. Christian Jr., author of Visionaries: The Spanish Republic and the Reign of Christ " ... accessible writing style and [a] ... compelling story."--History October 2006 . New., Duke University Press Books

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Duke University Press Books. Hardcover. 0822334046 Brand New Hardback Book Juan Soldado: Rapist, Murderer, Martyr, Saint (American Encounters/Global Interactions) (Hardcover - 2004) --- New Book! Buy now while supplies last! Limited availability! ---------In 1938, 24-year-old Mexican soldier Juan Castillo Morales was executed for the rape and murder of eight-year-old Olga Camacho. Despite his well-publicized confession, people began doubting his guilt after his death; soon they had turned his Tijuana grave into a shrine and transformed Castillo Morales into Juan Soldado (Juan the Soldier), an unofficial saint to whom devotees prayed for good health and safe passage to the United States. In this extensively researched but flatly written book, Vanderwood, professor emeritus of Mexican history at San Diego State University, sheds new light on the circumstances surrounding the crime. Vanderwood also delves deeper than the title indicates, exploring the origins of religious devotion in Mexico and around the world and examining the history of criminals?cum?popular saints, from Mexico's Jesus Malverde, the patron saint of drug dealers, to Tucson's El Tiradito (the Castaway), whose shrine is promoted by the Chamber of Commerce. The book also devotes a chapter to the tense, Depression-era atmosphere in Tijuana and postrevolutionary Mexico at the time of Olga Camacho's murder and includes interviews with members of the Camacho family, witnesses to Castillo Morales's execution and present-day visitors to the soldier's grave. Those interested in Mexican culture and religious customs will surely glean new information from this book, but stolid prose compromises Vanderwood's thorough research and astute personal observations. Copyright ? Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Paperback edition. Review "Juan Soldado is a rich, exhuberant, and sensitive account of the making of a folk saint in Tijuana. It is based on extensive use of newspapers and remarkable interviews with eyewitnesses to events in the 1930s."--William A. Christian Jr., author of Visionaries: The Spanish Republic in the Reign of Christ "Juan Soldado is a true cannot-put-it-down read that combines deep research, strong narrative, and remarkable insight about how a spontaneous religious devotion comes into being and consolidates itself. I know of no other work that portrays the elements of this particular sort of religious belief--its spontaneity, its stubbornness in the face of the Church's indifference, and the matter-of-fact way it is practiced in daily life."--Eric Van Young, author of The Other Rebellion: Popular Violence, Ideology, and the Mexican Struggle for Independence, 1810-1821 "Juan Soldado is a rich, exuberant, and sensitive account of the making of a folk saint in Tijuana. It is based on extensive use of newspapers and remarkable interviews with eyewitnesses to events in the 1930s."--William A. Christian Jr., author of Visionaries: The Spanish Republic and the Reign of Christ " ... accessible writing style and [a] ... compelling story."--History October 2006 . New., Duke University Press Books

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Juan Soldado: Rapist, Murderer, Martyr, Saint

Investigates the popular canonization of a saint in Tijuana, asking what triggered the devotion and considering local, national, international, geographical, environmental, cultural, and psychological aspects of the event.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780822334040
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0822334046
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: DUKE UNIV PR
352 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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