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La Tierra Bald A

Author : T. S. Eliot
ISBN : 8485595157
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Actas Xi Congreso Aedean

Author : Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Americanos. Congreso
ISBN : UOM:39015019591695
Genre : English language
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Biblia Biling E Bilingual Bible Ntv Nlt

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ISBN : 9781496420992
Genre : Bibles
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La verdad con claridad en inglés y en español Por primera vez, los textos de la New Living Translation en inglés y de la Nueva Traducción Viviente en español están disponibles en un formato paralelo. Estas dos traducciones excepcionales y modernas presentan la Palabra de Dios de una manera precisa y fiel usando un lenguaje cálido, atractivo y de fácil compresión que le hablará directamente al corazón. The Truth Made Clear in English and Spanish For the first time, the texts of the New Living Translation in English and the Nueva Traducción Viviente in Spanish are available together in a parallel format. These two wonderful and modern translations present God’s Word accurately and faithfully in warm, inviting, and easy-to-understand language that will speak straight to your heart.
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Venezuela Human Rights And Democracy 1999 2009

Author : Carlos González Irago
ISBN : 9781463354541
Genre : Philosophy
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This study aims to understand the centrality of human rights in Venezuela today and what philosophical and political models it has proposed.
Category: Philosophy

Radical Justice

Author : Luis Martín-Cabrera
ISBN : 9781611483567
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Radical Justice investigates the convoluted relationship between memory and justice in Spain and the Southern Cone as it is portrayed in political documentaries and detective fiction from Spain and the Southern Cone. It argues that the possibility of achieving justice in these regions lies beyond market and state and is yet to come. This book appeals to a wide range of scholars, ranging from national literature and film specialists of Argentina, Chile, and Spain, to philosophers and students of ethics, human rights, and questions of justice.
Category: Literary Criticism

Panorama Hist Rico Forestal De Puerto Rico

Author : Carlos Dominguez Cristobal
ISBN : 0847702979
Genre : Nature
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An investigation into government forestry policies in Puerto Rico and how these have impacted on the condition of the country's forests.
Category: Nature

Modern Nicaraguan Poetry

Author : Steven F. White
ISBN : 0838752322
Genre : Poetry
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This work demonstrates that twentieth-century Nicaraguan poetry can not be comprehended in its fullest dimension without an understanding of the literary traditions of France and the United States. Ever since Ruben Dario established Hispanic America's literary independence from Spain in the nineteenth century with his modernista revolution, poets in Nicaragua actively have engaged in a dialogue with the works of French and North American authors as a means of assimilating and transforming them and thereby inventing a profoundly Nicaraguan literary identity. This process has resulted in what might be called a double genealogy in Nicaraguan poetry: certain poets attracted to the alchemical properties of the poetic word and a transcendent, mythic, meta-reality seem to have descended from French literary forebears; others, interested in an expansive, poeticized version of history and verisimilitude, have roots that might be traced to North American soil. This division is a provisional, experimental means of grouping Nicaraguan poets based not on the traditional compartmentalization of literary generations, but on the "family resemblances" of poetic affinities. Presented here is an effective analysis of the "familial" nature of the Nicaraguan poets achieving their own literary independence by taking into account socio-political and historical considerations, common literary themes, as well as the intertextual relations that form the basis of international literary dialogues. This rigorous, but flexible, approach to modern Nicaraguan poetry enables the reader to accompany the poets on their journeys toward God and the end of the world; into a timeless Nicaraguan landscape invaded by U.S. Marines; beyond a contemporary urban portrait of Los Angeles; through the horrifying European battlefields of World War I and the trenches of Nicaragua's revolution against the Somoza dictatorship. The English-speaking reader probably will be unfamiliar with most of the seven preeminent Nicarguan poets whose works are the subject of this book, but it is hoped that the reader will realize that the poetry of Nicaraguans Alfonso Cortes, Salomon de la Selva, Jose Coronel Urtecho, Pablo Antonio Cuadra, Joaquin Pasos, Carlos Martinez Rivas, and Ernesto Cardenal is worthy of serious study. Furthermore, the poems of these authors take on a richer meaning when they are studied as co-presences in relation to certain texts by Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Mallarme, and Supervielle, or - in an "American" context - by poets such as Whitman, Pound, Eliot, and Masters. A relatively small country with a rich, diverse tradition in poetry, Nicaragua has maintained high literary standards generation after generation and has produced poets of a world-class stature whose time has come for greater recognition.
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The Dialectics Of Exile

Author : Sophia A. McClennen
ISBN : 1557533156
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Criticism of exile literature has tended to analyse these works according to a binary logic where exile either produces creative freedom or traps the writer in restrictive nostalgia. This title offers a theory of exile writing that accounts for the persistance of these dual impulses.
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The Us Foreign Service

Author : John W. Stahlman
ISBN : 9781465328618
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is an account of an unusual journey through life, from a modest beginning as a lad in Ohio in the 1930s to experiences with high government officials as a member of the US Foreign Serviceeven with a ruling kingextending to 28 countries around the world, in 28 years. As a youngster, he had worked as a farm hand, print shop assistant, home improvement helper, railroad gandy-dancer, union laborer (age 15), union operating engineer on construction machines (16-20), machine press operator, and as a young adult, a tire builder, carpenter, union brakeman, deliveryman, postman and typistto name some of his work experience on through high school and college. He served as an Airborne Ranger in the US Army during the Korean Conflict and was discharged (with a disability) as a Captain.1 Working his way through Kent State University, he majored in law, business and languages (one year of Spanish and three years of Russian). Following discharge from the Army in December 1956, he enrolled at Georgetown University (School of Foreign Service and Graduate School) earning another degree. While serving in the US Foreign Service, the Department of State assigned him to Johns Hopkins Universitys School of Advanced International Studies, where he majored in economics. From 1959 to 1986 he served as an officer in the Foreign Service, with assignments in South and Central America (four countries), the Middle East (two countries), Southeast Asia (four countries) and India. In 1962 he was detailed to the Peace Corps for two years, initially as Executive Secretary, then as Deputy Director for Programs in five Latin American countries.
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T S Eliot

Author : Donald Gallup
ISBN : UOM:39076006257534
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Antropol Gica

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ISBN : UCLA:31158003797239
Genre : Anthropology
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Contemporary Spanish American Poets

Author : Jocobo Sefami
ISBN : 0313278806
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This first general bibliography on contemporary Spanish American poets focuses on writers born between 1910 and 1952, including such notable figures of the older generation as Octavio Paz, Jose Lezama Lima, Nicanor Parra, and Gonzalo Rojas and less well known poets active today. Providing both primary and secondary sources, this comprehensive reference work will serve as the point of departure for research on contemporary Spanish American poetry or any of the eighty-six poets included. A bibliography of general works follows and complements the listings for individual poets.
Category: Literary Criticism

S E L A

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123806205
Genre : Latin America
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Category: Latin America

Ideas 92

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059172117432149
Genre : Civilization, Hispanic
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Category: Civilization, Hispanic