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  • Main Title Los de Abajo: Novela (cuadros y escenas de la revolución mexicana)


  • Author: Azuela, Mariano, 1873-1952
    Creator Type: Personal


  • Name: Imprenta de "El Paso del Norte"
    Place of Publication: El Paso, Texas
    Additional Info: El Paso del Norte was a daily Spanish-language newspaper edited by Fernanco Gamiochipi


  • Creation: 1916


  • Spanish


  • Content Description: First book edition of the most famous novel of the Mexican Revolution. It appeared first a serial within a local newspaper, El Paso del Norte, but later was issued as a single work. It was published in El Paso where the author resided in exile. Subsequent editions are quite different from this first version.
  • Physical Description: 143 p. : 20 cm. in paper wraps.


  • Library of Congress Subject Headings: Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Fiction.
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Military and War - Wars - Mexican Revolution

Primary Source

  • Item is not a Primary Source


  • Place Name: Mexico
  • Coverage Date: 1915


  • Name: The Mexican Revolution on the Border: Primary Sources from El Paso
    Code: MEXRB


  • Name: University of Texas at El Paso
    Code: UTEP

Resource Type

  • Book


  • Text


  • Call Number: PQ 7297 .A9L6 1916
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth149945


  • Display Note: First published as a serial as pamphlets inserted in the newspaper, this is the first publication of Los de Abajo in book form. The text differs significantly from later editions. The serialized form had the subtitle "Cuadros y escenas de la revolucion actual." Although the publication date is 1916, the cover date is November, 1915.