This Chilean Writer Put His Life on the Line by Critiquing Donald Duck "How to Read Donald Duck" is a 1970s critique of Disney's Donald Duck comics, written by Ariel Dorfman. The book came out after Chile had its first democratically elected socialist in the Americas.
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This Chilean Writer Put His Life on the Line by Critiquing Donald Duck

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This Chilean Writer Put His Life on the Line by Critiquing Donald Duck

This Chilean Writer Put His Life on the Line by Critiquing Donald Duck

"How to Read Donald Duck" is a 1970s critique of Disney's Donald Duck comics, written by Ariel Dorfman. The book came out after Chile had its first democratically elected socialist in the Americas.

This Chilean Writer Put His Life on the Line by Critiquing Donald Duck

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