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Dios en la tierra

He participated in the Railwaymen's Movement in , for which they imprisoned him again. In he was accused of being the "intellectual author" of the student movement that culminated in the Tlatelolco massacre , so he was arrested and sent to the Palacio de Lecumberri prison aka The Black Palace , where he wrote one of his more popular books: El apando The Punishment Cell A. Revueltas For this reason he left secondary school because they went very slowly and he dedicated himself, from then on, to visiting libraries and acquiring books. He was a complete man with many facets, bound to the necessities of the proletariat , of the people, he was dedicated on all the fronts in which he participated to the task of socializing and of politicizing society, the latter task a revolutionary one. He used literature, cinematographic scripts, the academy, partisan participation and the street to promote his project. He joined the Mexican Communist Party in , but was expelled in for his criticisms of the organisation's bureaucratic practices and for one of the best analyses of the left in Mexico: Ensayo de un proletariado sin cabeza Essay on a Proletariat without a Head.


José Revueltas

Activities and Organizations, Contact Information and Calendars. Photographs and Audiovisual Materials. Olivia Peralta Revueltas Papers. Andrea Revueltas Papers. At age thirteen, he came into contact with laborers who taught him about Marxism, an ideology that greatly impacted his life and became the focus of much of his writing. By age fourteen, Revueltas had begun participating in political demonstrations.

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