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American Literature By Kathy DeVore
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This anthology of American Literature includes all of the essays, short stories, and poetry (plus a few extra selections) suggested for grades six and seven in Andrew Campbell's The Latin-Centered... More > Curriculum.< Less
LATIN ANGEL By , Angelo Scarlato
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This is a romantic action adventure, which has a latin flavour with new york spice. Two people meet under strange circumstances and their lives are drawn into a worlwind adventure on two... More > continents. He is made member of a large new york crime family when he finds himself in a foreign country trying to save his friend from a terrible end. She is struggling to survive by doing what it takes to make it , all the while having hopes that things would change. The two of them meet at the most desperate times of their lives.< Less
American Literature: Essays, Short Stories & Poetry By Kathy DeVore
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This anthology of American Literature includes all of the essays, short stories, and poetry (plus a few extra selections) suggested for grades six and seven in Andrew Campbell's The Latin-Centered... More > Curriculum.< Less
The Generation of '72: Latin America's Forced Global Citizens By Brantley Nicholson, Sophia McClennen
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Caught between the well-worn grooves the Boom and the Gen-X have left on the Latin American literary canon, the writing intellectuals that comprise the Generation of ’72 have not enjoyed the... More > same editorial acclaim or philological framing as the literary cohorts that bookend them. In sociopolitical terms, they neither fed into the Cold War-inflected literary prizes that sustained the Boom nor the surge in cultural capital in Latin American cities from which the writers associated with the Crack and McOndo have tended to write. This book seeks to approach the Generation of ‘72 from the perspective of cosmopolitanism and global citizenship, a theoretical framework that lends a fresh and critical architecture to the unique experiences and formal responses of a group of intellectuals that wrote alongside globalization’s first wave.< Less
The Generation of '72: Latin America's Forced Global Citizens By Brantley Nicholson, Sophia A. McClennen
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Caught between the well-worn grooves the Boom and the Gen-X have left on the Latin American literary canon, the writing intellectuals that comprise the Generation of ’72 have not enjoyed the... More > same editorial acclaim or philological framing as the literary cohorts that bookend them. In sociopolitical terms, they neither fed into the Cold War-inflected literary prizes that sustained the Boom nor the surge in cultural capital in Latin American cities from which the writers associated with the Crack and McOndo have tended to write. This book seeks to approach the Generation of ‘72 from the perspective of cosmopolitanism and global citizenship, a theoretical framework that lends a fresh and critical architecture to the unique experiences and formal responses of a group of intellectuals that wrote alongside globalization’s first wave.< Less
Bibliotheca Symbolica Ecclesiæ Universalis: The Creeds of Christendom, With a History and Critical Notes, 5th Edition: Volume 2: The Greek and Latin Creeds, With Translations By Philip Schaff
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Philip Schaff (January 1, 1819 – October 20, 1893), was a Swiss-born, German-educated Protestant theologian and a Church historian who spent most of his adult life living and teaching in the... More > United States. He became a professor at Union Theological Seminary, New York City in 1870 holding first the chair of theological encyclopedia and Christian symbolism till 1873, of Hebrew and the cognate languages till 1874, of sacred literature till 1887, and finally of church history, till his death. He also served as president of the committee that translated the American Standard Version of the Bible, though he died before it was published in 1901. His History of the Christian Church resembled Neander's work, though less biographical, and was pictorial rather than philosophical.< Less
La Brujula By Carlos Diaz Calvi
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Esta primera antología cuenta con historias y estilos muy diversos. "Santiago" es una aventura, que nos enfrenta a todos y cada uno de nuestros infiernos. También es un... More > reconocimiento personal a los años en Irlanda, a Malasia y a mis recuerdos. "El sueño de Tarek" es un cuento para todas las edades. Un viaje a nuestra infancia y al mundo que nos rodea. "Las Tribulaciones de Martín Máximo Cuevas" es una comedia negra. Un homenaje al barrio de Lavapiés, en Madrid; también a España y a los amigos que quedan allí. Finalmente "Los Náufragos" es una breve alegoría. Quizás tan solo una declaración de principios.< Less
La Brujula By Carlos Diaz Calvi
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Esta primera antología cuenta con historias y estilos muy diversos. "Santiago" es una aventura, que nos enfrenta a todos y cada uno de nuestros infiernos. También es un... More > reconocimiento personal a los años en Irlanda, a Malasia y a mis recuerdos. "El sueño de Tarek" es un cuento para todas las edades. Un viaje a nuestra infancia y al mundo que nos rodea. "Las Tribulaciones de Martín Máximo Cuevas" es una comedia negra. Un homenaje al barrio de Lavapiés, en Madrid; también a España y a los amigos que quedan allí. Finalmente "Los Náufragos" es una breve alegoría. Quizás tan solo una declaración de principios.< Less
Volunteer By Carlos Wark
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A novel based on the autobiographical experiences of the author's Peace Corps service in Ecuador. During his service, he worked in a small loan program for artisans and micro-entrepreneurs in a... More > marginal community in Guayaquil, a port city on the Pacific coast of Ecuador. During this time he wrote small loans ($20.00 up), lived through a coup, bouts of amebic dysentery, three bus accidents, an armed robbery, innumerable fiestas and several faked marriages. The book is based on these experiences and others.< Less
The Underdogs By Mariano Azuela
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"The Underdogs" ("Los de Abajo", 1915) by Mariano Azuela is the story of a middle-class medical student who embraces the ideals of the Mexican revolution and joins a band of... More > rebels led by a charismatic peasant farmer. While the initial sense of crusading zeal is strong, temporary glory disintegrates into bitterness and disillusionment. This Digital Villain Studios: Print is Dead Edition offers this masterpiece of war fiction set during the Mexican Revolution. It is an unabridged replication of the E. Mungia, Jr. translation of "The Underdogs", as originally published in 1929. A portion of the proceeds from the initial sales of this book will go to the Jocelyn Solis Fund and Lecture Series, dedicated to research on human development and globalization. For more information, read more online at JocelynSolis.org< Less