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El Secreto The Secret

Author : Rhonda Byrne
ISBN : 9781582701967
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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La edición especial del 10° Aniversario del libro que transformó vidas, ahora con un nuevo prólogo y revelaciones de Rhonda Byrne. En el 2006, un largometraje revolucionario reveló el gran misterio del universo—El Secreto—y, luego, Rhonda Byrne lo siguió con un libro que se convirtió en uno de los libros más vendidos mundialmente. El Secreto siempre ha estado parcialmente presente en las tradiciones orales, en la literatura, en las religiones y en las distintas filosofías de todos los tiempos. Por primera vez, todos estos fragmentos han sido reunidos en una increíble revelación que transformará la vida de todo aquel que lo experimente. En este libro aprenderás a cómo utilizar El Secreto en todos los aspectos de tu vida: dinero, salud, relaciones, felicidad y en todas tus interacciones con el mundo. Empezarás a entender el poder oculto que hay en tu interior, El Secreto te traerá felicidad en todas las áreas de tu vida. El Secreto encierra la sabiduría de los grandes maestros actuales-quienes lo han utilizado para conseguir salud, fortuna y felicidad. Al aplicar el conocimiento de El Secreto los maestros nos revelan increíbles historias de sanación, de generación de riqueza económica, de superación de obstáculos y de cómo alcanzar cualquier logro que pueda calificarse de imposible.

Secreto Secret

Author : Donna Tartt
ISBN : 9781101910542
Genre : Fiction
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"Originalmente publicado en ingles en EE.UU. como The secret history por Alfred A. Knopf, una division de Random House LLC, Nueva York, en 1992.--Title page verso.

The Secret Of Her Name

Author : José Ignacio García
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An almost 20-year literary career; more than three hundred stories written and published on several anthologies, compilations and specialised magazines; five published books and many awards- among them the Miguel Delibes Narrative Award 2009-, as well as the almost unanimous opinion of critics and readers back José Ignacio García as one of the best Spanish short-story writers of the 21st century. A writer who bases his success on his immaculate language, sometimes exuberant, others concise; on the human feelings full of realism that his plots depict; on the vertiginous narrative pace of his stories; and on endings which are generally sudden and surprising. He is more enthusiastic about stoves and good stews than about social networks, so García hadn’t shown too inclined to leave the warm paper scent and its touch until now, to give in to the temptation of Online editions. However, he is convinced that one has to be revitalised so as to keep on living and prevent the progress train from running over him, and he accepted the proposal by E2E4 Media of launching a new literary ship, this time along the Internet seas, choosing for this journey’s crew thirteen of the most representative stories of the different stages of his career; from The visions of Toña which let him burst strongly in the Castilian narrative scene almost two decades ago, through the curious adaptation of Christmas to the modern times depicted in The miracle of the wise ox, to The secret of her name, which gives the title to this compilation, and to Wine Room, which are the two best stories that have come out of his pen according to many experts’ opinion. Among the diverse structures of these stories which are not superstitious at all, the reader will be able to find oxen disguised as the Three Wise Men, love reunions taking place after fifty years of uncertain yearnings, prostitutes who face life as they can, couples who are born, grow up and die at the same time, trashy wine tasters who replace real experts, football trainers who present the strategies of oblivion on the pitches of failure every Sunday, boyfriends who get amazed before certain family pictures, almost perfect murders and Viking princesses gifted of an exuberant beauty which in the end, like almost every story of this type, could not be what they seem to be. Or they could. Although it is the reader who will have to decide on that.

El Secreto Del Sauce The Secret Of The Willow Spanish Edition

Author : Elena Dreser
ISBN : 6070128400
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Ramón is a country boy with a great sensitivity for trees and animals. Readers will be delighted and amused when they accompany Ramón to solve the mystery of Gilberta, a free-roaming hen that hides her eggs.

The Secret Of Evil

Author : Roberto Bolaño
ISBN : 9780811220583
Genre : Fiction
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A collection that gathers everything Bolano was working on before his untimely death. A North American journalist in Paris is woken at 4 a.m. by a mysterious caller with urgent information. For V. S. Naipaul the prevalence of sodomy in Argentina is a symptom of the nation’s political ills. Daniela de Montecristo (familiar to readers of Nazi Literature in the Americas and 2666) recounts the loss of her virginity. Arturo Belano returns to Mexico City and meets the last disciples of Ulises Lima, who play in a band called The Asshole of Morelos. Belano’s son Gerónimo disappears in Berlin during the Days of Chaos in 2005. Memories of a return to the native land. Argentine writers as gangsters. Zombie schlock as allegory... The various pieces in the posthumous Secret of Evil extend the intricate, single web that is the work of Roberto Bolano.

Organization 2666

Author : Christian De Cock
ISBN : 9783658296506
Genre : Social Science
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Climate – Chaos – Trump – Brexit – Terror: the apocalypse looms large in the Zeitgeist. Could and should this not provide the fulcrum for renewing the imaginative range of organization studies? In this volume, we bring together scholars who have taken Roberto Bolaño’s visionary novel 2666 as a starting point for reflections, provocations, and challenges to established imaginaries. How can we cultivate and develop our attention to the violent organization of the world without reproducing more violence? Contributors to this edited volume take on this challenge as they seek to break through the various blind spots in the discipline of management and organization studies. Bolaño’s work opens up hidden and fantastic dimensions in organization and provides alternative spaces and associations for new and bold organizational thinking. Variously disturbing, self-destructive, and abyssal, these essays reflect “that something that terrifies us all” as Bolaño wrote, “that something that cows and spurs us on”. We call this something Organization 2666.

A Practical Grammar Of The Spanish Language; A New Edition Considerably Altered To Which Is Added A New Spanish English Grammar For The Use Of Spaniards By G Heaven Engl Span

Author : Felipe Fernandez
ISBN : BL:A0017612336
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Learn Spanish With Quezzy The Ceo

Author : Quezzy The CEO
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I taught myself Spanish while I was in prison and i'm sure you can imagine how difficult it was. I had no actual teacher and very few resources but I was determined to learn. With this book, my goal is to save you some of the long hours of frustration that I had to endure. Theses lessons are structured in a way that I wish someone would have taught me. If you take your time and completely learn each lesson you will be speaking Spanish naturally in no time!

Chicano Manual On How To Handle Gringos

Author : José Angel Gutiérrez
ISBN : 1611920930
Genre : Civil rights movements
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Literary Nonfiction. Latino/Latina Studies. This manual penned by the founder of the only successful Hispanic political party, La Raza Unida, brings together an impressive breadth of models to either follow or avoid. Quite often, Gutierrez's voice is not only the seasoned voive of reason, but also that of humor, wry wit and satire. If nothing else, A CHICANO MANUAL ON HOW TO HANDLE GRINGOS is a wonderful survey of the Chicano and Latino community on the move in all spheres of life in the United States on the very eve of its demographic and cultural ascendancy.

World Literature In Spanish G Q

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ISBN : 9780313337703
Genre : African literature
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Contains roughly 850 entries on both major and minor authors, themes, genres, and topics of Spanish literature from the Middle Ages to the present day. Describes the growing diversity within national borders, the increasing interdependence among nations, and the myriad impacts of Spanish literature across the globe.

World Literature In Spanish An Encyclopedia 3 Volumes

Author : Maureen Ihrie
ISBN : 9780313080838
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Containing roughly 850 entries about Spanish-language literature throughout the world, this expansive work provides coverage of the varied countries, ethnicities, time periods, literary movements, and genres of these writings. • Contains roughly 850 A–Z entries related to Spanish-language literature and related topics throughout the world, from the Middle Ages up to the present day • Includes contributions from nearly 200 scholars from the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia • Provides bibliographies containing major English-language print reference works, free electronic sources with peer-reviewed information, major academic websites, and well-established electronic journals • Contains an extended glossary of literary and cultural terms such as "subaltern" and basic cultural features of Hispanic society, such as "el barrio" and "Negrismo" • Includes a chronological appendix containing entries organized by date

Spanish Cinema Of The New Millennium

Author : Thomas G. Deveny
ISBN : 9781789380071
Genre : Art
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Spanish Cinema of the New Millennium provides a new approach to the study of contemporary Spanish cinema between 2000 and 2015, by analysing films that represent both ‘high’ and ‘popular’ culture side by side. The two film cultures are represented by Goya-winning films and the biggest box-office successes. By analysing the chronological trajectory of the country’s most important films over this period, Spanish Cinema of the New Millennium examines contemporary Spain’s national identity, culture and film industry.

Four Comedies By Pedro Calder?n De La Barca

Author : Pedro Calderón de la Barca
ISBN : 9780813163758
Genre : Drama
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Calderón, the great dramatist of Spain's Golden Age, was a skilled writer of comedy. His serious dramas have long been highly regarded in the English-speaking world, but his many sparkling comedies are an untapped reservoir for the contemporary theater. The four plays in this volume, three of which appear in English for the first time, have been translated by Kenneth Muir, the noted British scholar and director. These are comedies of intrigue. They turn on mysterious, quarrels, and jealousies, and they abound in complication and misunderstandings, yet in the end all is explained, to the delight of the audience. Muir's long experience with acting and directing and his keen ear for the nuances of the English language, together with his perceptive critical scholarship, have enabled him to produce a text that actors can speak naturally, and that modern audiences can enjoy as did the audiences of seventeenth-century Spain. The graceful, poetical dialogue and the masterly stagecraft of Calderón are undiminished in these deft translations. The plays featured are From Bad to Worse, The Secret Spoken Aloud, The Worst is Not Always Certain, and The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Name. Ann L. Mackenzie has provided an introduction to each play and notes on the text that will be useful to the actors and directors who seek to present these comedies as they were intended -- on the stage.

El Secreto Del Planeta Novena

Author : Donald Allen Wollheim
ISBN : 8826064121
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El secreto del noveno planeta es una novela de la ciencia-ficción escrita por Donald A. Wollheim y primero publicado en los Estados Unidos en 1959 por el John C. Winston Co. Wollheim lleva a sus héroes en un viaje magnífico del sistema solar como ese equipo Lucha para evitar que una fuerza extraterrestre explote el sol.

Roberto Bola?o As World Literature

Author : Nicholas Birns
ISBN : 9781501316081
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Roberto Bolaño as World Literature provides an introduction to the Chilean novelist that highlights his connections with classic and contemporary masters of world literature and his investigation of topics of international interest, such as the rise of rightwing and neofascist movements during the last decades of the 20th century. But this anthology also shows how Roberto Bolaño's participation in world literature is informed in his experiences, identity, and, more generally, cultural location as a Chilean, Latin American and, more generally, Hispanic writer and man. This book provides a corrective to readings of his novels as exclusively "postmodern" or as unproblematically representative of Chilean or Latin American reality. Roberto Bolaño as World Literature thus helps readers to better understand such complex works as his monumental global five-part masterpiece 2666, his Chilean novels (Distant Star, By Night in Chile), and his Mexican narratives (Amulet, The Savage Detectives), among other works.

Borges And Kafka

Author : Sarah Roger
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Sarah Roger investigates Jorge Luis Borges's development as an author in light of Franz Kafka's influence, and in consideration of Borges's relationship with his father, Jorge Guillermo Borges (Borges pere, a failed author). Borges believed that much of Kafka's writing derived from his personal experiences, particularly his relationship with his father. This book looks at how reading Kafka helped Borges mediate and make productive use of his own relationship with his father, and it offers a thorough analysis of Borges pere's writing, which is supplemented by an appendix that reprints Borges pere's poetry for the first time. Borges and Kafka also provides extensive analysis of Kafka's presence in Borges's critical writing, his translations, and the stories that he modelled on Kafka. Particular attention is paid to the concepts that Borges identified as Kafka's obsessions: subordination, infinity, and hierarchical relationships, which Borges referred to as the "patria potestad." Roger's analysis is accompanied by an annotated bibliography documenting every mention of Kafka in Borges's writing and a list of every Kafka text Borges read. Kafka's influence is especially evident in the stories where Borges was openly imitating Kafka--"La loteria en Babilonia" (1941), "La biblioteca de Babel" (1941), and "El Congreso" (1971)--but it features throughout Ficciones. Reading Borges's writing in light of his interest in Kafka demonstrates his focus not just on the individual's subordinate place in an infinite hierarchy but also on the repercussions these circumstances had for a struggling author like Borges, who was seeking to define himself through his writing.

Spanish For Californians Third Edition

Author : Francisco Bruquetas
ISBN : 9780578105024
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Breathing With Luce Irigaray

Author : Lenart Skof
ISBN : 9781441145765
Genre : Philosophy
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Contributors to this volume consider the implications of 'the Age of Breath': a spiritual shift in human awareness to the needs of the other figured through breathing. Awareness of the breath allows us to attend to our bodies and the bodies of others, to animals, nature, other cultures, oppressed minorities, and the other of sexual difference. As a way to connect body and spirit, self and other, nature and culture, and East and West, breathing emerges as the significant theological and philosophical gesture of our time. Philosophy has too often cut off metaphysical thought from this living, breathing world with its animal and female bodies, just as religious traditions have repressed the breathing flesh in favour of calcified word. The re-introduction of breath into philosophy and theology draws our awareness back to the body, to respect for the other, and to nature, making awareness of the breath essential for an embodied ethics of difference in our globalized, ecological age. These themes are addressed by an international team of scholars, including Luce Irigaray.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119498793
Genre : Copyright
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Understanding Roberto Bola?o

Author : Ricardo Gutiérrez-Mouat
ISBN : 9781611176490
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Understanding Roberto Bolaño, Ricardo Gutiérrez-Mouat offers a comprehensive analysis of this critically acclaimed Chilean poet and novelist whose work brought global attention to Latin American literature in the 1960s unseen since the rise of García Márquez and magic realism. Best known for The Savage Detectives, winner of the Rómulo Gallegos Prize; the novella By Night in Chile; and the posthumously published novel 2666, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award, Bolaño died in 2003 just as his reputation was becoming established. After a brief biographical sketch, Gutiérrez-Mouat chronologically contextualizes literary interpretations of Bolaño’s work in terms of his life, cultural background, and political ideals. Gutiérrez-Mouat explains Bolaño’s work to an English-speaking audience—including his relatively neglected poetry—and conveys a sense of where Bolaño fits in the Latin American tradition. Since his death, eleven of novels, four short story collections, and three poetry collections have been translated into English. The afterword addresses Bolaño’s status as a Latin American writer, as the former literary editor of El País claimed, “neither magical realist, nor baroque nor localist, but [creator of] an imaginary, extraterritorial mirror of Latin America, more as a kind of state of mind than a specific place.”

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