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The Motorcycle Diaries highlighted the long and turbulent adventure of Ernesto "Che" Guevera, a young doctor at the time, and his friend, Alberto Granado. They go on a cross-continental journey searching for new lands that though close in proximity to their homeland appear foreign, no pun intended, to them. They find that though different in some respects there in a brotherly bond between them and their continental neighbors. The largest difference I found between Argentinian and US American cultures is the fact that though there is migration and emigration of peoples to other countries the bond the have culturally prevents the level of bitterness the US Americans have with our Neighbors to the north and south. The Authors purpose in writing the text was to express his findings and adventures to those who could learn something from them. The main evidence of this is in the way the text portrays their journey the vivid descriptions inspire and the bonds formed among characters are touching. The fact that the Author published his diaries as a book also atests to the purpose of the book. The theme of the text is that no matter how different two people or peoples are they have a bond through humanity that when combined with good will can conquer almost any obstacle. This theme is evident throughout the book when the travelers are hosted by strangers who later become friends. this theme is also prevalent in the thinking and ideals of Che in his more revolutionary day following the trip portrayed in the book. I highly recommend this text. I found it inspiring the extent of the journey that was fueled by pure ambition and dreams of progress. Despite the sappy inspirational crap there is still a lot to gain from the book. Be it the look into the birth of a revolutionary, or the struggles that made him what he became, this book has something for everyone. This is the best book I've read in a while.