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Ecos Del Pasado Trabajo Terapeutico Sistemico En Constelaciones Familiares

Author : Carola Castillo
ISBN : 1597545856
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Por su lenguaje sencillo y su mensaje directo al corazon, es un libro ideal para quienes deseen iniciarse en el mundo de las constelaciones familiares. Tambien lo es para el investigador de la conducta humana, pues sus paginas contienen el resultado de la experiencia y el conocimiento de una terapeuta que recorrio su propio camino para poder encontrar las soluciones mas insospechadas a los casos mas insolitos. La primera edicion alcanzo un gran exito de ventas en su pais. [Este texto fue escrito sin tildes ni otros caracteres especiales para evitar errores con el navegador.]
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Caminos

Author : Joy Renjilian-Burgy
ISBN : 9780618816842
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Caminos, Third Edition, promotes and inspires language learning by exposing beginning Spanish students to the diversity of cultures and language in the Spanish-speaking world. Caminos fosters speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills within a highly motivating and content-rich cultural context. Meaningful and useful vocabulary and grammar provide structural and thematic frameworks, which spiral throughout the Caminos program. The program's systematic pacing and recycling of material supports students as they advance their capabilities from description to narration to analysis and argumentation in Spanish. Students of varying backgrounds and ages as well as those who have different learning styles all experience linguistic growth and cultural acquisition through both written and oral activities. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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The People Will Not Break Peru

Author : Dennis L. Siluk, Dr. h.c.
ISBN : 1475914946
Genre : Poetry
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Doctor Siluk is an American prolific intellectual, which his vast works (poetic, narrative and descriptive), give testimony of his experiences as a traveler for several places in the world. —Lic. Maria Dianderas Vizurraga,Director of the Department of Culture, Junin Region of Peru, February 2012I I wish to express, Dr. Dennis Lee Siluk, my deep gratitude for your promoting of our art and culture which has brought back the richness of our customs and folklore within the Central Andean Region of Peru. —Dr. Jesús Pomachagua, Rector of the National University of Central Peru January 2012 This is the Poet’s 8th Volume on cultural poetry, concerning Peru, in particular within the Mantaro Valley Region of the Andes and its expanse, although it has three other sections (one with several short stories, other poems).This moving, 46th book: The People Will Not Break... carries the craft, perception and imagery of a distinguished, award winning poet, writer and artist. It leaps from page to page, with its extravagant, profound, and artful honesty, of an Andean culture slowly fading, and a new one quickly rising. Interwoven are: legends, customs, traditions, the people— lost tales for youth, writings for posterity; extracts from his next book.
Category: Poetry

Relecturas Y Narraciones Femeninas De La Revoluci N Mexicana

Author : Ela Molina Sevilla de Morelock
ISBN : 9781782041696
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Este libro analiza la perspectiva de cuatro escritoras mexicanas -Nellie Campobello, Elena Garro, Laura Esquivel y ngeles Mastretta- acerca de la Revolución Mexicana y cómo estas escritoras recuperan la memoria popular, recreando y reincluyendo a las mujeres en la narrativa nacional respecto a su participación en la propia Revolución, más allá del conocido papel de soldaderas y Adelitas que acompañaban a los diferentes ejércitos revolucionarios. Este trabajo combina diferentes planteamientos críticos feministas, antropológicos y geográficos que además de las mujeres, incluyen a los indígenas y a otras minorías étnicas contemplando la interrelación de las categorías de género, espacio, raza y clase como un todo que define y redefine, permanentemente, identidades espacializadas en cambio permanente y constante. Ela Molina Sevilla de Morelock es un latinoamericanista actualmente con sede en los EE.UU. ENGLISH VERSION This book analyzes the perspective of four Mexican women writers regarding the Mexican Revolution---Nellie Campobello, Elena Garro, Laura Esquivel, and Angeles Mastretta. It examines how they recover popular memory to re-create and re-insert women in the national narrative with respect to their participation in the Revolution, which extended beyond the role of soldiers, camp followers, and soldiers' wives. The work combines cultural studies with feminist critical readings and an anthropological and geographical awareness of the roles of indigenous people and ethnic minorities, while paying attention to different categories such as gender, place, race, and class, as a wholeness of spatialized identities in permanent and constant flux. Ela Molina Sevilla de Morelock is a Latin Americanist currently based in the U.S.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Dictator S Seduction

Author : Lauren H. Derby
ISBN : 9780822390862
Genre : History
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The dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo, who ruled the Dominican Republic from 1930 until his assassination in 1961, was one of the longest and bloodiest in Latin American history. The Dictator’s Seduction is a cultural history of the Trujillo regime as it was experienced in the capital city of Santo Domingo. Focusing on everyday forms of state domination, Lauren Derby describes how the regime infiltrated civil society by fashioning a “vernacular politics” based on popular idioms of masculinity and fantasies of race and class mobility. Derby argues that the most pernicious aspect of the dictatorship was how it appropriated quotidian practices such as gossip and gift exchange, leaving almost no place for Dominicans to hide or resist. Drawing on previously untapped documents in the Trujillo National Archives and interviews with Dominicans who recall life under the dictator, Derby emphasizes the role that public ritual played in Trujillo’s exercise of power. His regime included the people in affairs of state on a massive scale as never before. Derby pays particular attention to how events and projects were received by the public as she analyzes parades and rallies, the rebuilding of Santo Domingo following a major hurricane, and the staging of a year-long celebration marking the twenty-fifth year of Trujillo’s regime. She looks at representations of Trujillo, exploring how claims that he embodied the popular barrio antihero the tíguere (tiger) stoked a fantasy of upward mobility and how a rumor that he had a personal guardian angel suggested he was uniquely protected from his enemies. The Dictator’s Seduction sheds new light on the cultural contrivances of autocratic power.
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Donde No Hubo Guerra

Author : Raúl Fresneda
ISBN : 9788494213014
Genre : Fiction
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Almanzora, agosto de 1937. El mundo se halla en constante guerra y en su avance ha llegado ante las puertas de esta aldea imaginaria donde sus habitantes sobreviven al margen de la realidad. El párroco de Almanzora ha muerto mientras celebraba la misa del sábado por causas que no se logran esclarecer y el alcalde se ve obligado a hacer todo lo posible para enterrar al difunto. El problema surge cuando no llega ningún otro sacerdote que oficie el entierro y se suceden toda clase de situaciones extraordinarias, insólitas y extravagantes de origen mitológico y sobrenatural. Conjugando lo mejor de tres estilos narrativos del género de la novela, realismo mágico, surrealismo y literatura fantástica, Donde no hubo guerra es una novela antibelicista que se enmarca dentro de una selecta bibliografía de títulos dedicados a tratar la realidad desde la fantasía.
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S E C O L A S

Author : Southeastern Council on Latin American Studies
ISBN : UTEXAS:059172147184658
Genre : Latin America
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Scripta Hierosolymitana

Author : Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211416586
Genre : Hebrew periodicals
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