Reflection on "I, Rigoberta Menchu"
In her autobiography, Rigoberta Mench&uacute; narrates the story of the indigenous people of Guatemala whose lives during the twentieth century reaction era were marked by hardship and injustice. "I, Rigoberta Mench&uacute;" illustrates the clashing of civilizations in the New World as a direct result of the colonizers' stubborn attempt to introduce and impose their culture into a medium that was not entirely compatible with it. The world view of the indigenous people of Guatemala was limited to their humble agrarian society, therefore, their appreciation for life, nature,…
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