The rights of spring : a memoir of innocence abroad /
Ana reported being blindfolded, doused in cold water. She was tied to a metal frame; electrodes were fastened to her body. Someone cranked a hand-operated generator. One spring more than twenty years ago, David Kennedy visited Ana in an Uruguayan prison as part of the first wave of humanitarian acti...
Princeton, N.J. :
Princeton University Press,
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