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Book Synopsis The Life and Writings of Honduran Poet Juan Ramón Molina (1875-1908) by : Juan Ramón Molina
Download or read book The Life and Writings of Honduran Poet Juan Ramón Molina (1875-1908) written by Juan Ramón Molina and published by . This book was released on 2002 with total page 196 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The poetry of Juan Ramon Molina is perhaps some of the most undeservingly overlooked Central American work of the 19th century. This work examines the major themes in his work - the struggle to form a vision of God, his political views, and his philosophical preoccupations and the influence of Nietzsche - within a literary context. Poems are presented in facing-page translations.
Book Synopsis Revenge of the Tiamat by : Dennis L. Siluk
Download or read book Revenge of the Tiamat written by Dennis L. Siluk and published by iUniverse. This book was released on 2002-09 with total page 223 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Siluk' s Tiamat Trilogy, and his book, "Mantic ore " have been compared to Star Trek, Stephen King, Michael Connelly and John Grisham's books. They are compelling, affecting, and portray life at the edge. In this third volume of his Tiamat series, the hero becomes vulnerable, obsessed and somewhat investigative, partly because of his youth, and anxiousness. As with his previous two volumes, he faces the demon world, within his city state of Yort, and outside it. Good fiction will takes you on a journey; what humans could face, is what they will look at. A step into a shift in time; from one era to another; in the middle is the soul that wants to say, it is all worth while. In this book as well as his other books; you go on such a journey, look at what may present itself. At the end, it is all worth while. It is a world of the 6th Millennium BC. It is The Age of Pride. An age we may have to face someday. The second part of this book, you find a conglomeration of hypnotic adventures; a spiritual journey throughout the land of Lemuria [ancient Pacific], counter balance to Atlantics.
Book Synopsis Gran Libro de Los Mejores Cuentos: Volumen 2 by : Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer
Download or read book Gran Libro de Los Mejores Cuentos: Volumen 2 written by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer and published by Tacet Books. This book was released on 2019-12-02 with total page 799 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Este libro contiene 70 cuentos de 10 autores clásicos, premiados y notables. Los cuentos fueron cuidadosamente seleccionados por el crítico August Nemo, en una colección que encantará a los amantes de la literatura. Para lo mejor de la literatura mundial, asegúrese de consultar los otros libros de Tacet Books. Este libro contiene: - Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer:El rayo de luna. La ajorca de oro. La corza blanca. Maese Pérez el organista. Tres fechas. La rosa de pasión. La cruz del Diablo. - Horacio Quiroga:El vampiro. A la deriva. La cámara oscura. La gallina degolada. Nuestro primer cigarro. Tacuara-Mansión. Van-Houten. - Joaquín Díaz Garcés:De pillo a pillo. Director de veraneo. Juan Neira. Incendiario. Rubia... Huevos importados. Los dos pátios. - Joaquín Dicenta:Conjunciones. El cojito. El nido de gorriones. La desdicha de Juan. Todo en nada. Nochebuena. Un idilio en una jaula. - José Martí:El Padre las Casas. Las ruinas índias. Nené traviesa. La exposición de París. Bebé y el señor don Pomposo. La historia del hombre, contada por sus casas. La muñeca negra. - José Ortega Munilla:La capeta en el invierno. La espada y el arado. Cisóforo el mago. Los marineros de Ciérvana. El grumete. Los gritos de la calle. El "botones". - Juan Valera:El Bermejino pré-histórico. El pescadorcito Urashima. El Sr. Nichtverstehen. La reina madre. La cordobesa. El Duende-Beso. Quien no te conozca que te compre. - Julia de Asensi:La casa donde murió. El aeronauta. La fuga. Victoria. Sor María. Cosme y Damián. La vocación. - Leonid Andréiev:Ante el tribunal. Lázaro. ¡No hay perdón! Valía. El mistério. Sobremortal. Un extranjero. - Leopoldo Alas:"Flirtation" legítima. En la droguería. Viaje redondo. Benedictino. Cuento futuro. En el tren. Mi enterro.
Book Synopsis Body of Insomnia and Other Poems by : Ludwig Zeller
Download or read book Body of Insomnia and Other Poems written by Ludwig Zeller and published by Ekstasis Editions. This book was released on 1996 with total page 100 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Body of Insomnia is the moving testament of a poet confronting the passing years and yet confirming the value of poetry, love and freedom. Zellar combines eroticism and spirituality in poems where reality shines with the light of mystery and imagination.
Download or read book Baroque Sovereignty written by Anna More and published by University of Pennsylvania Press. This book was released on 2012-11-29 with total page 360 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In the seventeenth century, even as the Spanish Habsburg monarchy entered its irreversible decline, the capital of its most important overseas territory was flourishing. Nexus of both Atlantic and Pacific trade routes and home to an ethnically diverse population, Mexico City produced a distinctive Baroque culture that combined local and European influences. In this context, the American-born descendants of European immigrants—or creoles, as they called themselves—began to envision a new society beyond the terms of Spanish imperialism, and the writings of the Mexican polymath Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora (1645-1700) were instrumental in this process. Mathematician, antiquarian, poet, and secular priest, Sigüenza authored works on such topics as the 1680 comet, the defense of New Spain, pre-Columbian history, and the massive 1692 Mexico City riot. He wrote all of these, in his words, "out of love for my patria." Through readings of Sigüenza y Góngora's diverse works, Baroque Sovereignty locates the colonial Baroque at the crossroads of a conflicted Spanish imperial rule and the political imaginary of an emergent local elite. Arguing that Spanish imperialism was founded on an ideal of Christian conversion no longer applicable at the end of the seventeenth century, More discovers in Sigüenza y Góngora's works an alternative basis for local governance. The creole archive, understood as both the collection of local artifacts and their interpretation, solved the intractable problem of Spanish imperial sovereignty by establishing a material genealogy and authority for New Spain's creole elite. In an analysis that contributes substantially to early modern colonial studies and theories of memory and knowledge, More posits the centrality of the creole archive for understanding how a local political imaginary emerged from the ruins of Spanish imperialism.
Book Synopsis Opening Boundaries: Toward Finnish Heterolinational Literatures by : Mehdi Ghasemi
Download or read book Opening Boundaries: Toward Finnish Heterolinational Literatures written by Mehdi Ghasemi and published by BoD - Books on Demand. This book was released on 2020-01-10 with total page 312 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Opening Boundaries: Toward Finnish Heterolinational Literatures is a part of our project, entitled "Toward a More Inclusive and Comprehensive Finnish Literature," conducted at the Finnish Literature Society (SKS) and the University of Tampere during 2018-2019. This cross-cultural collection of texts demonstrates the emergence and growth of new heterogeneous, multicultural and multilingual literatures within the Finnish literary canon. The anthology includes some literary outputs by twenty-four immigrant authors, living in Finland from sixteen different nationalities, and their works in ten different languages make this collection multilingual. However, for the sake of readability, the translation of some of their works in Finnish or English has been offered.
Book Synopsis Gigantesco: Libro de Los Mejores Cuentos - Volume 1 by : Abraham Valdelomar
Download or read book Gigantesco: Libro de Los Mejores Cuentos - Volume 1 written by Abraham Valdelomar and published by Tacet Books. This book was released on 2019-12-05 with total page 2876 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Este libro contiene 350 cuentos de 50 autores clásicos, premiados y notables. Elegida sabiamente por el crítico literario August Nemo para la serie de libros 7 Mejores Cuentos, esta antología contiene los cuentos de los siguientes escritores: - Abraham Valdelomar - Antón Chéjov - Antonio de Trueba - Arturo Reyes - Baldomero Lillo - César Vallejo - Charles Perrault - Edgar Allan Poe - Emilia Pardo Bazán - Fray Mocho - Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer - Horacio Quiroga - Joaquín Díaz Garcés - Joaquín Dicenta - José Martí - José Ortega Munilla - Juan Valera - Julia de Asensi - Leonid Andréiev - Leopoldo Alas - Leopoldo Lugones - Oscar Wilde - Ricardo Güiraldes - Roberto Arlt - Roberto Payró - Rubén Darío - Soledad Acosta de Samper - Teodoro Baró - Vicente Blasco Ibáñez - Washington Irving - Alfred de Musset - Marqués de Sade - Saki - Marcel Schwob - Iván Turguéniev - Julio Verne - Émile Zola - Villiers de L'Isle Adam - Mark Twain - León Tolstoi - Ryunosuke Akutagawa - Ambrose Bierce - Mijaíl Bulgákov - Lewis Carroll - Arthur Conan Doyle - James Joyce - Franz Kafka - H. P. Lovecraft - Machado de Assis - Guy de Maupassant
Book Synopsis Modernism, Rubén Darío, and the Poetics of Despair by : Alberto Acereda
Download or read book Modernism, Rubén Darío, and the Poetics of Despair written by Alberto Acereda and published by University Press of America. This book was released on 2004 with total page 378 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Modernism, Ruben Darío, and the Poetics of Despair presents a detailed study of a neglected facet of Ruben Darío, and in general, of Hispanic Modernism: metaphysical and existential dimensions as preludes to Modernity. Alberto Acereda and J. Rigoberto Guevara approach the life and death issues in Darío works with special emphasis on his poetry. The authors demonstrate how the Nicaraguan poet takes the first steps towards poetic modernity. The tragic component of Darío works are examined in the light of Nineteenth Century philosophy, especially the work of Arthur Schopenhauer. Various thematic proposals are also formulated for the study of the works of Ruben Darío.
Book Synopsis Compendium latino-hispanum ... Accedunt verba sacra ex Adversariis Joannis Ludovici de la Cerda diligenter excerpta, etc by : Petrus de SALAS
Download or read book Compendium latino-hispanum ... Accedunt verba sacra ex Adversariis Joannis Ludovici de la Cerda diligenter excerpta, etc written by Petrus de SALAS and published by . This book was released on 1779 with total page 1283 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis The Soledades, Góngora's Masque of the Imagination by : Marsha Suzan Collins
Download or read book The Soledades, Góngora's Masque of the Imagination written by Marsha Suzan Collins and published by University of Missouri Press. This book was released on 2002 with total page 286 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Prince of Darkness or Angel of Light? The pastoral masterpiece the Soledades garnered both titles for its author, Luis de Góngora, one of Spain's premier poets. In The Soledades, Góngora's Masque of the Imagination, Marsha S. Collins focuses on the brilliant seventeenth-century Spanish poet's contentious work of art. The Soledades have sparked controversy since they were first circulated at court in 1612-1614 and continue to do so even now, as Góngora has become for some critics the poster child of postmodernism. These perplexing 2,000-plus line pastoral poems garnered endless debates over the value and meaning of the author's enigmatic, challenging poetry and gave rise to his reputation, causing his very name to become an English term for obscurity. Collins views these controversial poems in a different light, as a literary work that is a product of European court culture.
Book Synopsis Collective Bargaining in Ontario, 1972 by : Asher Drory
Download or read book Collective Bargaining in Ontario, 1972 written by Asher Drory and published by . This book was released on 1894 with total page 1148 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis Diccionario General de Ortografía, Homología [y] Régimen de la Lengua Española by : Pascual Martínez Abellán
Download or read book Diccionario General de Ortografía, Homología [y] Régimen de la Lengua Española written by Pascual Martínez Abellán and published by . This book was released on 1911 with total page 1388 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis Spanish American Modernista Poets by : Gordon Brotherston
Download or read book Spanish American Modernista Poets written by Gordon Brotherston and published by Elsevier. This book was released on 2014-05-18 with total page 188 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Spanish American Modernista Poets: A Critical Anthology presents the major works of some of Latin America’s important modernist poets. The titled dedicates a whole chapter to a specific personality. Each chapter of the text provides a short biographic account of the poet, and then proceeds to presenting the major works of the poet. The book will be of great use to individuals of have a keen interest in literary arts, particularly poetry.
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Book Synopsis Cartas históricas,filosóficas,estadísticas, agrícolas,industriales y mercantiles by : Gerónimo Ferrer y Valls
Download or read book Cartas históricas,filosóficas,estadísticas, agrícolas,industriales y mercantiles written by Gerónimo Ferrer y Valls and published by . This book was released on 1846 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book The Light written by Fernando Viveros and published by Caligrama. This book was released on 2020-11-18 with total page 322 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "The Light" is a fiction novel that describes the life of a hypermodern society in which the speed of exponential development of technology has modified behavioral patterns, life expectancy, memory and the imagination of the human being. The plot of “The Light” moves in the midst of individual post-truth of the protagonist, President Salvador Leal, and the antagonist, President Jackie Peres, concerning their vision of the planet, the human species and the conservation of freedom in the face of new technology. The characters are from two distinct demographic groups: those who have improved their capacities and the ones who have kept themselves natural. In the middle of their diverse lights and shadows, the possibility remains to preserve the freedom of decision to access or withdraw from new technologies to enjoy natural beauty, shared joy, empathy and solidarity. Hypermodern life is the darkness of uncertainty that can only be survived with the light of candor.