Lincoln: Univ. Nebraska Press, (1987). x, 181 pp. Illus. with 1 b/w photo and 5 drawings. 8vo. Cloth with gilt titles. First edition. A fine copy in a near fine lightly rubbed dust jacket. Item #38138
An excellent set of essays on the conflict between the leisure culture of the rich and the traditional culture of "everyday Mexicans," during the turn of of the century when progress was an ideal of importance under the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz. Book reviews laid in loose.