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José Antonio Velásquez, Honduran Primitive Painter: An Annotated Bibliography By G. B. Jackson & Dana L. Jemison
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This exhaustive bibliography contains annotated references to all the journal and newspaper articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs and reviews, films, audiovisual materials and other sources,... More > about the Honduran naive painter José Antonio Velásquez (1906-1983).< Less
The Artwork of Victor A. Lopez By Victor Lopez
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Born in 1974, Victor A. López, lives and works in Chicago, IL. He produces vibrant abstract compositions that take shape through bold lines and a seamless movement of color. The driving force... More > behind Victor’s passion for painting is the process of the act, rather than the end result or outcome. More specifically, the intrigue comes from the endeavor of creating tension on the canvas and then working until he resolves it. This book serves as a portfolio of selected works from 1999-2008. Works include oil and acrylic on canvas, watercolors, and etchings. Contact info is also included.< Less
The Artwork of Victor A. Lopez By Victor Lopez
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Born in 1974, Victor A. López, lives and works in Chicago, IL. He produces vibrant abstract compositions that take shape through bold lines and a seamless movement of color. The driving force... More > behind Victor’s passion for painting is the process of the act, rather than the end result or outcome. More specifically, the intrigue comes from the endeavor of creating tension on the canvas and then working until he resolves it. This book serves as a portfolio of selected works from 1999-2008. Works include oil and acrylic on canvas, watercolors, and etchings. Contact info is also included.< Less
Mi Viaje Hispana By Ben Anson
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The assorted works of a young man, whose Hispanic journey takes him from Honduras to Spain over the course of two years. Transformed from being a once popular blog, 'Mi Viaje Hispana' or 'My Hispanic... More > Journey' is now in book format taking the reader from as far as the Honduran mountains to the heart of Catalonia - being only the start of a truly grand adventure.< Less
The Self Improvement Kick By Kelsey Campbell
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A perfectly normal guy gets rid of everything he owns, changes his name, says goodbye to his friends — and begins walking. In the name of peace. And Honduran government officials try to heal... More > their corrupt country by starting a perfect city, from scratch. For the new year, we bring you stories about how far some people go in hopes of a better life.< Less
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Contra Cross By William Meara
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A journey through the Central American wars of the 1980s as seen through the eyes of a young American officer who worked on both sides of insurgency in the region: In El Salvador Bill Meara supported... More > efforts to defeat insurgents; with Nicaraguans he worked to keep an insurgency alive. One of very few Americans to see both sides up close, he takes readers into his world as an advisor struggling with cultural differences and human rights violations while trying to stay alive in murderous El Salvador. We join him on dangerous helicopter rides into contra base camps on the Honduran-Nicaraguan border and into a U.S. Embassy under attack. From Special Forces school at Ft. Bragg to Joan Baez’s back-stage party in Managua to a contra POW camp deep in the jungle, we get a taste of Meara’s world up close.< Less
Dulce Nombre [Spanish] By Concha Espina
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Dulce Nombre (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈdulse ˈnombɾe]) is a municipality in the Honduran department of Copán.Coordinates: 14°51′0″N... More > 88°50′0″W / 14.85000°N 88.83333°W / 14.85000; -88.83333 Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulce_Nombre Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: María de la Concepción Jesusa Basilisa Rodríguez-Espina y García-Tagle, short form Concha Espina (1869 in Santander, Cantabria, Spain – 1955 in Madrid, Spain), was a Spanish writer.Her best known novel is called La niña de Luzmela and describes life in a Cantabrian village.A Madrid metro station of line number 9 is called Concha Espina, and a major avenue in the same area is called Avenida de Concha Espina. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concha_Espina< Less

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