Granddaughters of Corn.
Portraits of Guatemalan Women.

Photographs by Marilyn Anderson. Text by Jonathan Garlock.
Curbstone Press, Willimantic, 1988. 124 pp., numerous b&w illustrations,, 8x10".

Granddaughters of Corn combines portraits of Guatemalan Mayan women with factual and first-person accounts of everyday reality for women in Guatemala today: 40,000 persons disappeared since 1965, 100,000 killed during political violence, hundreds of thousands displaced, and over 150,000 refugees in Mexico alone. "Not merely a collection of stark black-and-white photographs, this moving record is an attempt `to illuminate'--for American eyes--`the hidden war in Guatemala--the third ring in the Central American circus of violence in which Nicaragua and El Salvador have been main events.'"--Los Angeles Times.

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