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  • He invented a new genre, not the easiest task for a writer: his trilogy Memories of Fire, a history of Latin America that extends well beyond his more polemical Open Veins, is at once documentary, history, journalism, poetry and myth.

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  • This practice also would seem to have been ancient, for Seneca tells us that at a place called the Veins of the Nile, not far from Philae, the priests used to cast money and offerings of gold into the river at a festival which apparently took place at the rising of the water.

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  • This practice also would seem to have been ancient, for Seneca tells us that at a place called the Veins of the Nile, not far from Philae, the priests used to cast money and offerings of gold into the river at a festival which apparently took place at the rising of the water.

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  • This practice also would seem to have been ancient, for Seneca tells us that at a place called the Veins of the

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  • Response that Martha Serpas recommends and check out the video trailer for a documentary that will be released later this year titled Veins In the Gulf.

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  • This practice also would seem to have been ancient, for Seneca tells us that at a place called the Veins of the Nile, not far from Philae, the priests used to cast money and offerings of gold into the river at a festival which apparently took place at the rising of the water.

    The Golden Bough : a study of magic and religion

  • If you have an interest read Eduardo Galleano's, "Open Veins of latin America."

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  • Was wondering where heard the name of the book, Las venas abiertas de América Latina (Open Veins of Latin America) Then remembered this is the name of the book Hugo Chavez gave as a gift to Barack Obama.

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  • If you have an interest read Eduardo Galleano's, "Open Veins of latin America."

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  • Veins that carry blood from the head back to the heart.

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