El indio anarquista is the opposite of Ceferino Namuncurá, the young man torn from the bosom of his family who accepts the fate imposed by the victor. The case of Pedro Ferreyra is different: a pampa child taken from his home in Chimpay and brought to a religious establishment to work as a domestic laborer. In his essay, Guillermo David highlights the attitude of Ferreyra while recounting the course of his life, the way he escapes as a teenager and embarks on an adventure that will take him to South Africa to participate in the Boer War.
El indio anarquista is printed in a limited edition of 100 copies, made for the Teatrito Rioplatense de Entidades. It was composed in Cira HT by Gustavo Ibarra, and consists of 12pages measuring 14×20 cm.