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Spanish Novels

Author : Paco Ardit
ISBN : 1520146051
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Looking for Spanish Novels? I know how tough it is to find good books to help you learn a new language. You usually don't have a large vocabulary. You aren't able to read long and complex novels intended for native speakers. You'd like to go right to the fun stuff, but maybe it's too hard for you now. A typical beginner's Spanish reader isn't interesting or just plain boring. But this book is not like that. Learning with Spanish Novels is easy and straightforward. Forget about difficult long texts with English-translations. This book for Spanish learners is not like that: it will take you to the next level in no time! That means less effort and struggle on your way to fluency in Spanish. Improving your Spanish can be lots of fun. An Easy Spanish Book Both Fun & Easy Ana, estudiante is the first book of the Spanish Novels Series. This Spanish reader is packed with useful expressions you need in everyday situations: greetings, buying things, talking to friends, etc. Anyone who already knows the basics of the Spanish language is ready to read this book. I assume you have a general knowledge of personal pronouns, articles, and some common verbs/nouns in Spanish. Actually, the only verb tense you need to know is simple present. A funny story about love and friendship. A girl who studies Psychology at the University, falls in love with her teacher, prepares exams, and goes out with friends. The action takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, so you'll be exposed to real argentinian slang. This easy Spanish book will show you the most used grammar structures in different situations. As the difficulty level is just right you will learn and enjoy it at the same time. There's no doubt about it: A beginner Spanish book is the perfect place to start practicing the language. Why Spanish Novels Short sentences Short chapters Easy vocabulary Simple grammar Everyday dialogues An elementary Spanish reader in SIMPLE Spanish. Sample sentences: Ana toma un caf� en el bar "Libido". Afuera hace mucho fr�o. Ana lee un libro de Freud y toma el caf� caliente. Do you really want to learn Everyday Spanish? Scroll up and click the BUY button!

The Alamo And Beyond

Author : Phil Collins
ISBN : 1933337508
Genre : Art
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Here, for the first time in history, are the artifacts, relics, and documents that compose the Phil Collins collection available in a beautifully designed color book shot-through with stunning photography and crisply rendered illustrations. Collins's prose takes the reader through the joys of being a collector as he lovingly describes what each piece in this impressive assemblage means to him. Photographer Ben Powell of Austin brought these items to vivid relief, and artist Gary Zaboly's masterful pen-and-ink drawings breath life into the items. Essays by Texas historians Bruce Winders, Don Frazier, and Stephen Hardin provide the historical background to the collection and help make this into a work of art that also serves handily as a serious research tool.

The Politics Of Skepticism In The Ancients Montaigne Hume And Kant

Author : John Christian Laursen
ISBN : 9004094598
Genre : Philosophy
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This book brings out the profound influence of the tradition of philosophical skepticism on political thought. Beginning with the political implications of the ideas of the ancient skeptics, it moves ahead to the role of skepticism in the political thought of three early modern founders of liberalism as we know it today, Montaigne, Hume, and Kant.

The Everything World S Religions Book

Author : Kenneth Shouler
ISBN : 9781440500374
Genre : Religion
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From the Native American tribal faiths and the Judeo-Christian traditions to Scientology and other nascent religions, man's search for God takes many fascinating forms. In this easy-to-use and comprehensive guide, you'll explore the intriguing dogma and rituals, cultural convictions, and often-checkered backgrounds and histories of the world's religions. This mystical tour of major and minor religions, both ancient and contemporary, includes: How religions deal with the issue of evil Which religions believe in an afterlife--and what you have to do to get there The history and moral foundations of major religions Belief in non-belief and the fundamentals of atheism Special holidays and festivals central to each religion From Hinduism to Hare Krishna and from evangelicalism to Wicca, this book includes more than fifty religious perspectives and denominations. It's the ultimate guide to exploring the beliefs and traditions of religions around the world.

Immigrants In The Lands Of Promise

Author : Samuel L. Baily
ISBN : 0801488826
Genre : History
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Most studies of immigration to the New World have focused on the United States. Samuel L. Baily's eagerly awaited book broadens that perspective through a comparative analysis of Italian immigrants to Buenos Aires and New York City before World War I. It is one of the few works to trace Italians from their villages of origin to different destinations abroad.Baily examines the adjustment of Italians in the two cities, comparing such factors as employment opportunities, skill levels, pace of migration, degree of prejudice, and development of the Italian community. Of the two destinations, Buenos Aires offered Italians more extensive opportunities, and those who elected to move there tended to have the appropriate education or training to succeed. These immigrants, who adjusted more rapidly than their North American counterparts, adopted a long-term strategy of investing savings in their New World home. In New York, in contrast, the immigrants found fewer skilled and white-collar jobs, more competition from previous immigrant groups, greater discrimination, and a less supportive Italian enclave. As a result, rather than put down roots, many sought to earn money as rapidly as possible and send their earnings back to family in Italy.Baily views the migration process as a global phenomenon. Building on his richly documented case studies, the author briefly examines Italian communities in San Francisco, Toronto, and Sao Paulo. He establishes a continuum of immigrant adjustment in urban settings, creating a landmark study in both immigration and comparative history.

Italian Humanism

Author : Eugenio Garin
ISBN : LCCN:66010236
Genre : Renaissance
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The King S Other Body

Author : Theresa Earenfight
ISBN : 9780812201833
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Queen María of Castile, wife of Alfonso V, "the Magnanimous," king of the Crown of Aragon, governed Catalunya in the mid-fifteenth century while her husband conquered and governed the kingdom of Naples. For twenty-six years, she maintained a royal court and council separate from and roughly equivalent to those of Alfonso in Naples. Such legitimately sanctioned political authority is remarkable given that she ruled not as queen in her own right but rather as Lieutenant-General of Catalunya with powers equivalent to the king's. María does not fit conventional images of a queen as wife and mother; indeed, she had no children and so never served as queen-regent for any royal heirs in their minorities or exercised a queen-mother's privilege to act as diplomat when arranging the marriages of her children and grandchildren. But she was clearly more than just a wife offering advice: she embodied the king's personal authority and was second only to the king himself. She was his alter ego, the other royal body fully empowered to govern. For a medieval queen, this official form of corulership, combining exalted royal status with official political appointment, was rare and striking. The King's Other Body is both a biography of María and an analysis of her political partnership with Alfonso. María's long, busy tenure as lieutenant prompts a reconsideration of long-held notions of power, statecraft, personalities, and institutions. It is also a study of the institution of monarchy and a theoretical reconsideration of the operations of gender within it. If the practice of monarchy is conventionally understood as strictly a man's job, María's reign presents a compelling argument for a more complex model, one attentive to the dynamic relationship of queenship and kingship and the circumstances and theories that shaped the institution she inhabited.

Anarchist Encounters

Author : Emma Goldman
ISBN : 0850367344
Genre : Soviet Union
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There was a general rejoicing when the regime of Tsar Nicholas II fell in February 1917, a new era of liberty dawned. But what would come next? This book presents sketches of encounters in the new Russia. * Emma Goldman relates her experiences of daily life, her meeting with Peter Kropotkin and tells the story of the life of Maria Spiridonova, a famous SR activist who escaped from a mental hospital where she had been locked up. * Gaston Leval and Angel Pesta�a were members of a delegation from the Spanish CNT union and reported back on what they found, especially how trade unions functioned with policeman keeping order in union meetings. Armando Borghi tells of a meeting with Victor Serge. * Jack Wilkens wrote a series of articles for the French journal Le Libertaire. They tell of how Soviets functioned, of how workers live, of working conditions for men and women and of rural life

Nuclear Fusion And Fission

Author : Fiona Young-Brown
ISBN : 1502619490
Genre : Discoveries in science
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Nuclear Fusion and Fission delves into nuclear physics and the scientists responsible for the discovery of splitting and fusing an atom. The book begins with the very basic building blocks of science, breaking down the different types of energy and how we use them, the materials that make up an atom, and our search for the perfect renewable energy source. Set against the cultural backdrop of World War II, later chapters follow each significant theory that led to the creation of the world's most dangerous weapon as well as some of its most widely used medical and food production processes today.

Solutions Manual For Investment Science

Author : David G. Luenberger
ISBN : 0195125177
Genre : Business & Economics
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Investment Science is designed for the core theoretical finance course in quantitative investment and for those individuals interested in the current state of development in the field -- what the essential ideas are, how they are represented, how they are represented, how they can be used inactual investment practice, and where the field might be headed in the future. The coverage is similar to more intuitive texts but goes much farther in terms of mathematical content, featuring varying levels of mathematical sophistication throughout. The emphasis of the text is on the fundamentalprinciples and how they can be mastered and transformed into solutions of important and interesting investment problems. End-of the chapter exercises are also included, and unlike most books in the field, Investment Science does not concentrate on institutional detail, but instead focuses onmethodology.

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