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Sanchez Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte

Author : Anonymus
ISBN : 9783732521555
Genre : Fiction
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Es ist die Nacht vor Heiligabend, als der zwielichtige Barkeeper Sanchez Garcia aus seinem Schlaf erwacht. An seinem Bett steht die Geheimnisvolle Dame und prophezeit ihm, dass er seine Freundin verlieren wird. Es sei denn, er ändere sein Leben bis Mitternacht grundlegend. Am Morgen danach will Sanchez dem Rat seiner nächtlichen Besucherin befolgen, doch schon kurz darauf findet er sich inmitten einer blutigen Geiselnahme wieder. Und nur er kann Flake aus den Klauen der italienischen Gangster befreien. Keine besonders schöne Aufgabe für einen Menschen, der endlich versuchen möchte, nicht immer so negativ aufzufallen - Doch die drei Geister der Weihnacht - Nigel Powell, Rodeo Rex und Elvis - stehen Sanchez helfend zur Seite. "Sanchez - Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte" ist ein humorvoller, wohlig-trashiger Mix aus "Stirb langsam" und Dickens "Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte". So abgedreht wie Douglas Adams, so blutig wie Quentin Tarantino. In diesem E-Book finden Sie außerdem eine ausführliche Leseprobe von Anonymus' "Psycho Killer".
Category: Fiction

Abel Sanchez And Other Stories

Author : Miguel De Unamuno
ISBN : 0895267071
Genre : Fiction
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Three parables by the Spanish philosopher--"Abel Sanchez," "The Madness of Doctor Montarco," and "San Manuel Bueno, Martyr"--explore the horrors of a nothingness beyond death
Category: Fiction

Puerto Rican Cultural Identity And The Work Of Luis Rafael S Nchez

Author : John Perivolaris
ISBN : 0807892726
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book undertakes the most comprehensive and theoretically rigorous examination to date of Luis Rafael S¡nchez's work in the context of cultural politics in Puerto Rico, and of the international and regional dimensions of S¡nchez's work in relation to
Category: Literary Criticism

Conversations With Sonia Sanchez

Author : Joyce Ann Joyce
ISBN : 1578069521
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Conversations with Sonia Sanchez is a diverse collection of engagements with poet, teacher, and activist Sonia Sanchez. While it is common to associate Sanchez with the Black Arts Movement of the 1970s, these interviews reveal that Sanchez is a poet whose craft and subjects have evolved over three decades. The interviews from 1979 to 2005 include a previously unpublished interview conducted by the editor specifically for this book. Taken together, the pieces illuminate Sanchez's conscious and consistent work at honing her craft, her skill at raising the highly political to the level of art, and her engagement with black studies and women's studies. In these interviews, we see how her travels, her career as a teacher, and her work as a mother, as a political activist, and as a cultural critic have changed her writing. Her experiences in women's studies and her friendships with other artists--such as Toni Morrison, Chinua Achebe, Margaret Walker, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, and Amiri Baraka--have all influenced her poetry. Joyce A. Joyce is professor of English at Temple University. She is the author of Black Studies as Human Studies: Critical Essays and Interviews; Ijala: Sonia Sanchez and the African Poetic Tradition; Warriors, Conjurers, and Priests: Defining African-centered Literary Criticism, and other books.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mario Sanchez

Author : Nance Frank
ISBN : 9781561644766
Genre : Art
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A celebration of the life and work of Key West artist Mario Sanchez (1908-2005) with 55 full-color reproductions of his intagliospainted relief carvings The art of Mario Sanchez--showing street vendors, parades, rumba bands, cigar factories, ice-cream trucks, people out for a stroll--has become symbolic of the picturesque diversity of Key West life in the early-mid 20th century. Sanchez portrayed neighborhood places and events where he grew up, exhibiting his love for Florida's easy island living. His work also depicts Tampa's Latin community, Ybor City, with the same textured, quirky quality. His work brings to life the diversity and charm of colorful neighborhood life. The vendors hawk their wares, the trolleys move and rattle, the people gossip and haggle, the dogs bark, the bells ring, and children run with their kites. This compelling art has become highly collectible.
Category: Art


Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 1786068095
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"At the edge of the penalty area, Alexis hit the ball straight into the top corner. The shot was so powerful that the goalkeeper hardly even saw it." Sanchez tells the story of the Arsenal superstar's incredible journey from the streets of Tocopilla to become a national hero and one of the best players in the world. With his pace, skill and eye for a goal, Alexis is now one of the Premier League's biggest stars. The story is every bit as exciting as the player.

Celia S Nchez

Author : Richard Haney
ISBN : 9780875863979
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Fidel Castro was powerless, in prison, when the Cuban Revolution was launched - by a tiny woman named Celia S©Łnchez. A fearless and brilliant organizer and recruiter, she created, nurtured, and led the insurgency that ousted the U.S.-backed dictator Fulge.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Hugo S Nchez

Author : Eduardo Martínez Alaníz
ISBN : 9781422292099
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Lots of people agree that Hugo Sánchez is one of the best Mexican soccer players in history. He was the star of the national team and played for Real Madrid, one of the best teams in the world. Read about Sánchez's rise to fame in Mexico and beyond. Although he's retired, the soccer icon has made the transition from player to coach, and even after forty years in soccer, Sánchez is still going strong!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

George I S Nchez

Author : Carlos Kevin Blanton
ISBN : 9780300210422
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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George I. Sánchez was a reformer, activist, and intellectual, and one of the most influential members of the "Mexican American Generation" (1930–1960). A professor of education at the University of Texas from the beginning of World War II until the early 1970s, Sánchez was an outspoken proponent of integration and assimilation. He spent his life combating racial prejudice while working with such organizations as the ACLU and LULAC in the fight to improve educational and political opportunities for Mexican Americans. Yet his fervor was not always appreciated by those for whom he advocated, and some of his more unpopular stands made him a polarizing figure within the Latino community. Carlos Blanton has published the first biography of this complex man of notable contradictions. The author honors Sánchez’s efforts, hitherto mostly unrecognized, in the struggle for equal opportunity, while not shying away from his subject’s personal faults and foibles. The result is a long-overdue portrait of a towering figure in mid-twentieth-century America and the all-important cause to which he dedicated his life: Mexican American integration.
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