Rembao, Alberto. Lupita: A Story of Mexico in Revolution. New York: Friendship Press, 1935. 
Illustrated wrappers, 188 clean pp., light bumps to corners. Very good. Paperback.
Foreword by John A. Mackay. Cover design by Carlos Sanchez.
"This book is a transcript of that titanic spiritual struggle now going on at the heart of Mexico...Señor Rembao's novel throws the same kind of light on revolutionary Mexico that Dostoievsky [sic] threw on pre-Revolutionary Russia in The Possessed, where the great novelist unveiled that tremendous, seething underworld that finally burst forth in 1917 and rent the empire of the czars." - Foreword.