Anthology of Latin American poems of five different types: riddles, staged songs, fates, teasing and tongue twisters, in which children, at the same time, can be transmitters and receivers. Three Soups is an invitation to enjoy reading, knowing the pleasure of reading and discovering love for words. Three Soups is the most complete reading project for Primary. Presents a careful selection of books
Velvet Galleries have been closed for an elderly Ana Rivera recalls the years before her life in the department stores, where a love triangle would forever mark the destiny of her uncle Emilio and his own. Madrid, 1927. The young and ambitious Rafael Marquez is not satisfied with what fate seems to offer him. Together with his sister Pilar and his friend Emilio, they decide to embark for Cuba in s
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, the great Baroque figure of Latin American letters, was born in San Miguel de Nepantla in 1651 and died in Mexico City in 1695. Religious of the order of Jerónimas, her cell where she had a large library became one of the learned centers of the New World. In his poetic compositions I have cultivated all literary genres and all types of versification.
Discover Neil Gaiman"s Neverwhere, the extraordinary modern classic from the bestselling author of American Gods, illustrated for the first time by 2015-2017 UK Children"s Laureate Chris Riddell. This beautiful edition features the fully illustrated short story, "How the Marquis Got His Coat Back," and will delight fans of Coraline, The Book of Dust and Goth Girl. "Gaiman is, simply put, to treasu
The prospect of working with an architect can be daunting. What exactly is an architect? Do you really need an architect? How do you find a good architect? What questions should you ask an architect? How do you negotiate a contract with an architect? All of these questions and more are addressed in this indispensable guide for anyone considering remolding an existing home or building a new home. T
On the Road swings to the rhythms of 1950s underground America, jazz, sex, generosity, chill dawns and drugs, with Sal Paradise and his hero Dean Moriarty, traveler and mystic, the living epitome of Beat. Now recognized as a modern classic, its American Dream is nearer that of Walt Whitman than Scott Fitzgerald, and it goes racing towards the sunset with unforgettable exuberance, poignancy and aut
It is not possible to understand the history of the contemporary world without taking into account the place occupied by the United States of America, nor can we understand the current course of American policy without knowing its historical background. Aurora Bosch offers us a global view of the evolution and successes of American democracy, from 1776 to 1945, designed specifically for Spanish re
The problem of oligopoly, that is, the question of how prices are formed in a market with few competitors, is one of the classic problems of the history of economic thought. In this book the author applies to modern approach, based on game theory, to analyze this question. This book, published in English by MIT Press, and whose translation is now presented to the Spanish-speaking public, is aimed
I do not think we are, either because of the destination, because of the geographical location, predestined to be just deserves figurines on the European board (somewhere between Moscow and Brussels). On the contrary, I am convinced that we have the right and obligation to take care of our own interests with our own unrepeatable experience. The creators of the concept of European integration were
"Land! Earth!" With this cry broke the silence of the watch of the ship in which Christopher Columbus was the early morning of October 12, 1492. They thought they had reached the Indies, when in fact they had just discovered the so- called New World. Four were the trips of Christopher Columbus to the American continent, documented in his diary and his letters. In this book, the reader is offered f
The traditional system of political representation faces innumerable challenges and transformations (also) in the Latin American region. However, neither anything related to the way in which citizens are represented is changing, nor everything in the relationship between representatives and represented It is as conflictive as it seems. Political science offers a range of approximations and useful
Everyone in Shaker Heights was talking about it that summer: how Isabelle, the last of the Richardson children, had finally gone around the bend and burned the house down. In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is meticulously planned - from the layout of the winding roads, to the colors of the houses, to the successful lives of its residents will go to lead. And
In the fall of 1975, Bob Dylan and his Rolling Thunder Revue-a show that Dylan had projected as a mix of happening and traveling circus-toured twenty-two cities in the northeastern United States. The arrest of boxer Hurricane Carter, apparently for racist reasons, was the trigger for this tour, which began with improvised concerts in small venues in New England. Faced with the perplexity of a prov
Even in the most desolate areas of American cities, evictions used to be rare events. Today, however, poor families are forced to invest more than half of their income in renting their homes, and eviction has become commonplace, especially in the case of single mothers. From the slums to the shelters, from the courts to the ghettos, Matthew Desmond spent years recording the stories of those who st
Complete the compilation of the third year of Injustice: Gods among us, the acclaimed series set in the universe of the video game of the same name! Magic marks the third year of the conflict between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight. If Batman had Constantine, Ragman or Zatanna in his ranks, Superman is not lacking support while Shazam and Raven are joined by others, such as The Swamp Thing or
It is 1954 and a young man is on trial for murder. He is Kabuo Miyamoto, one of the many Japanese Americans living on the island of San Piedro, off the coast of America. Is he responsible for the mysterious death of the fisherman, Carl Heine? Some islanders are happy to think so.
I"ve talked a lot about the past and I"ve gathered that I wanted to recover something, some idea of myself, that had gone into loving Daisy. His life had been confused and disordered since then, but if he could turn back to certain starting place and go over it all slowly, he could find out what that thing was ... "The Great Gatsby (1925), F. Scott Fitzgerald"s masterpiece, stands among the greate
The only country in the world that is surrealist by instinct ... "said A. Breton of Mexico Surely more than one will remember this appointment when you travel there The greatness and disproportion that characterizes, almost in general, all of America find In Mexico its maximum expression, from the mixture of past cultures, the influence of the United States, the huge and bustling cities, the magni
Antonio Solis and Rivadeneyra (1610-1686), who was secretary of the Count of Oropesa and a man of discrete fortune, abandoned profane literature when I decided to enter the Society of Jesus and become a priest. From that moment, his works reached a great prestige, especially the Americanist text? History of the conquest of Mexico, population and progress of northern America, known by the name of N
A poetic search of the American landscape shaped by industrial development and urban life.