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100 Years Of Spanish Cinema

Author : Tatjana Pavlović
ISBN : 1444304801
Genre : Performing Arts
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100 Years of Spanish Cinema provides an in-depth look at themost important movements, films, and directors of twentieth-centurySpain from the silent era to the present day. A glossary of film terms provides definitions of essentialtechnical, aesthetic, and historical terms Features a visual portfolio illustrating key points of many ofthe films analyzed Includes a clear, concise timeline to help students quicklyplace films and genres in Spain’s political, economical, andhistorical contexts Discusses over 20 films including Amor Que Mata, Un ChienAndalou, Viridana, El Verdugo, El Crimen de Cuenca, and Pepi, Luci, Born

Para So Port Til

Author : Mario Bencastro
ISBN : 9781611922486
Genre : Fiction
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El autor salvadoreño Mario Bencastro examina temas de guerra, separación y nostalgia en esta colección bilingue de cuentos, poemas y una novela breve. Muchos de sus personajes son forzados a dejar su patria a causa de la violencia y la pobreza. Pero al encontrarse en la tierra prometida, lejos de su familia y amigos en un país cuy lengua y cultura no comprenden, se sienten abrumados por sentimientos de pérdida. En 'El Niño Dragón,' un grupo de huérfanos de la guerra civil salvadoreña se unen para sobrevivir, aún cuando son abusados por explotadores. En 'El Plan,' un exitoso millonario suizo retorna a su nativo El Salvador -- el cual dejó como un huérfano indefenso -- y ejecuta su despiadado plan para vengarse de los responsables del brutal asesinato de su familia. Y en 'De Australia Con Amor,' una emigrante salvadoreña planea casarse con un paisano que conoció en la Internet, hasta que cae en la cuenta de que lo ha visto antes." --From publisher's description.

El Paraiso

Author : Elena Castedo
ISBN : STANFORD:36105016440872
Genre : Fiction
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El Agua Del Paraiso

Author : Benito Pastoriza Iyodo
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131784345
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El agua del paraíso invita a un edén perdido donde el mito, la historia y la leyenda se entrelazan para relatar las vidas de unos personajes marcados por la adversidad y la pluralidad existencial de la vida. El océano, el mar, el río, las cascadas y la totalidad de un entorno acuático planetario enmarcan el cuadro poético de la narración que a su vez se desliza en el tiempo y la desmemoria. En dicho ambiente de agua y mito cuatro mujeres vienen a representar un matriarcado que se sostiene de la tradición pero que intenta perfilarse en un futuro incierto donde el progreso y el mundo de los hombres pueden ser avasallantes y perplejos. La novela se construye en diversos espacios geográficos que van desde la Galicia milenaria a una Irlanda mítica pasando por las islas africanas para depositar el grosor de la trama en el caribe donde las cuatro generaciones femeninas habrán de fraguar sus vidas. La naturaleza emancipadora será el elemento final que ensortijará y liberará a las mujeres del apremio universal de los hombres.The water of paradise invites the reader to a lost Eden where myth, history and legend intertwine to tell the tale of characters marked by adversity and existential twists of fate. The ocean, the sea, the river and waterfalls form the aquatic environs that frame a poetic narrative canvas that simultaneously glides through time and forgotten places. In this setting of water and myth, four women come to represent a matriarchy sustained by tradition while attempting to shape an uncertain future where progress and the world of men can be both overwhelming and perplexing. The novel is constructed in diverse geographic spaces: from millinery Galicia and mythical Ireland to the islands of Africa, with the great majority of the plot occurring in the Caribbean, where the four generations of females forge their lives. The emancipating character of nature is the crucial element that will rise up and liberate these women from the universal exigency of men.

Bar Para So

Author : Juan Forch
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029035164
Genre : Music
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Para So En Llamas

Author : Andrés Márquez
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132887857
Genre : Music
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The Nueva Novela Hist Rica In Hispanic Literature

Author : Janet Pérez
ISBN : UOM:39015061855329
Genre : Historical fiction, Spanish
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Sacroeconom A

Author : Charles Eisenstein
ISBN : 9781583948842
Genre : Political Science
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Sacroeconomía analiza la historia del dinero desde las antiguas economías del obsequio hasta el capitalismo moderno, revelando hasta qué punto el sistema monetario ha contribuido a la alienación, la competencia y la escasez, ha destruido el sentimiento de comunidad y ha obligado al crecimiento ilimitado. Estas tendencias han llegado a su extremo hoy en día. Sin embargo, tras su derrumbe podríamos hallar una gran oportunidad para acometer la transición hacia un modo de ser más interconectado, ecológico y sostenible. Este libro trata de la transformación que deberá experimentar —y que ya experimenta— el sistema monetario para encarnar dicha transición. Sacroeconomía ofrece una síntesis amplia que integra teoría, políticas y prácticas, y examina conceptos vanguardistas de la Nueva Economía, entre ellos la moneda de interés negativo, la moneda local, la economía basada en los recursos, las economías del obsequio y la restauración del procomún. El autor, Charles Eisenstein, sopesa también las dimensiones personales de esta transición, dirigiéndose a quienes aspiran a un “modo de subsistencia correcto” y a vivir en consonancia con sus ideales en un mundo aparentemente gobernado por el dinero. Recurriendo a una larga tradición de pensamiento económico convencional y no convencional, Sacroeconomía presenta una visión original a la vez que sensata, radical a la vez que moderada; una visión de creciente relevancia ante la crisis, cada vez más profunda, de nuestra civilización.

El Sol De Texas Under The Texas Sun

Author : Conrado Espinoza
ISBN : 1611921368
Genre : Mexicans
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"They had just crossed the bridge into the United States. Their feet were now firmly planted on the soil that was their promised land. They had made it! Blessed be the Virgin of Guadalupe! Now they had no reason to fear the villistas, the carrancistas, the government, or the revolutionaries! Here they could find peace, work, wealth and happiness!" And so begins the story of the Garcia family, who like many of their compatriots, fled their homeland during the upheaval of the Mexican Revolution in search of a better life in the United States. Originally published in 1926 in San Antonio, Texas as El sol de Texas, the novel chronicles the struggles of two Mexican immigrant families: the Garcias and the Quijanos. Their initial hopes--of returning to their homeland with enough money to buy their own piece of land--are worn away by the reality of immigrant life. Unable to speak English, they find themselves at the mercy of unscrupulous work contractors and foremen: forced to work at backbreaking labor picking cotton in the fields, building the burgeoning Southwest railroad system, and working in Gulf Coast oil refineries. Considered the first novel of Mexican immigration, El sol de Texas / Under the Texas Sun depicts the diverse experiences of Mexican immigrants, from those that return to Mexico beaten down by the discrimination and hardship they encounter, to those who persist in their adopted land in spite of the racism they face. The original Spanish-language text is accompanied by the first-ever English translation by Ethriam Cash Brammer and an introduction by John Pluecker. Publication of this fascinating historical novel will provide unique insight into the long history of Mexicanimmigration to the United States and its implications for cultural, historical, and literary studies.

Changes Conflicts And Ideologies In Contemporary Hispanic Culture

Author : Teresa Fernàndez Ulloa
ISBN : 9781443860666
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book is formed by various chapters studying the manner in which conflicts, changes and ideologies appear in contemporary Hispanic discourses. The contributions analyze a wide variety of topics related to the manner in which ideological and epistemological changes of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries are reflected in, and shape, Spanish language, literature, and other cultural expressions in both Spain and Latin America. The 19th century was conducive to various movements of independence, while, in Europe, radical changes of different types and in all contexts of life and knowledge occurred. Language was certainly affected by these changes resulting in new terminology and discourse strategies. Likewise, new schools of thought such as idealism, dialectic materialism, nihilism, and nationalism, among others, were established, in addition to new literary movements such as romanticism, evocative of (r)evolution, individualism and realism, inspired by the social effects of capitalism. Scientific and technological advances continued throughout the 20th century, when the women’s liberation movement consolidated. The notion of globalization also appears, simultaneously to various crises, despotism, wars, genocide, social exclusion and unemployment. Together, these trends give rise to a vindicating discourse that reaches large audiences via television. The classic rhetoric undergoes some changes given the explicit suasion and the absence of delusion provided by other means of communication. The 21st century is defined by the flood of information and the overpowering presence of mass communication; so much so, that the technological impact is clear in all realms of life. From the linguistic viewpoint, the appearance of anglicisms and technicalities mirrors the impact of post-modernity. There is now a need to give coherence to a national discourse that both grasps the past and adapts itself to the new available resources with the purpose of conveying an effective and attractive message to a very large audience. Discourse is swift, since society does not seem to have time to think, but instead seeks to maintain interest in a world filled with stimuli that, in turn, change constantly. Emphasis has been switched to a search for historical images and moments that presumably explain present and future events. It is also significant that all this restlessness is discussed and explained via new means such as the world-wide-web. The change in communication habits (e-mail, chats, forums, SMS) and tools (computers, mobile phones) that was initiated in the 20th century has had a net effect on the directness and swiftness of language.

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