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The Forgotten Village: Life in a Mexican Village (1941)

by John Steinbeck

Other authors: Alexander Hackensmid (Photographer), Rosa Harvan Kline (Photographer)

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I like Steinbeck and this little story was no different, though this story was nothing special. It is the story of a rural village in Mexico and the impact of religion on the villagers ideas about medicine and sickness. It is an interesting look into this culture. ( )
  ebethiepaige | Oct 17, 2015 |
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Set in a remote village, this story documents traditional life among the native population and the conflict brought by outsiders who want to introduce modernization.

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