NELSON MANDELA: ELCAMINO A LA LIBERTAD
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NELSON MANDELA: ELCAMINO A LA LIBERTAD

ANTONIO LOZANO

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Editorial:
ANAYA
Materia
Biografías
ISBN:
978-84-698-3637-8
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Un biznieto de Nelson Mandela, que tenía trece años cuando este murió, es consciente de que ha crecido junto a un ser extraordinario, una fuente enorme de sabiduría, y vive con el dolor de no haber tenido la curiosidad en su momento para hacerle preguntas y aprender de él. Se da cuenta de ello cuando ya es demasiado tarde.Pero al recuperar el contacto con su abuela y conocer al guardián del museo Mandela de Qunu, antiguo compañero de su bisabuelo en la prisión de Robben Island, se adentrará en la interesante vida de quien luchó por la libertad en Sudáfrica y logró abolir el" apartheid."

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