Che Guevara Writing Styles in Guerrilla Warfare

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Perspective

Guerilla Warfare is primarily written as a manual for starting and conducting a guerilla war. Hence its perspective is from the point of view of Che trying to communicate key ideas to a student who wants to learn the art of guerilla war. Che uses examples from the Cuban situation, with which he is most familiar, but whenever possible, Che attempts to generalize his lesson. Che writes with the assumption that the communist revolution is the sensible and moral path fort he underdeveloped world so there is little actual discussion of the ideals or the rightness of the revolution aside from his argument that agrarian reform is a key goal of the revolution. The perspective often tends to be somewhat technical and he describes such tasks as the construction of a hammock or the training or troops for marksmanship in great detail. Che writes from the point of...

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