April 2, 2020
Titulo del libro: Historia Verdadera De La Conquista De La Nueva España
Estamos ante un conquistador castellano, limitada formación cultural, pero poseedor innato de los remedios más efectivos en el arte de contar cuentos. Bernal Díaz del Castillo fue uno de los descubridores y conquistadores de Nueva España, sus provincias y fuera de Honduras. Viejo y retirado escribió esta crónica de las hazañas que, bajo el mando de Hernán Cortés, fue parte y testigo. En el asombroso panorama de la Historia de la India, la obra de Bernal Díaz del Castillo es reconocida como la más singular en cuanto a la espontaneidad, la expresividad y la capacidad de atraer a través de estrategias que se suponen primarias, un estilo deliciosamente áspero.
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Life, career and campaigns: the most important military leaders of the last 2,500 years. With data on changes in the nature of war, tactics and strategies over time and on the different aspects of the command. An essential work for all those interested in military history. War needs leadership, both in battle and in the campaign. In this book, an important team of international historians offers a
"Why do people destroy images? What motivates these individual and collective acts of violence against something that-after all-is a representation in wood, stone, canvas or paper? How can we think of iconoclasm in the contemporary world?" are some of the questions that David Freedberg has been asking himself since, at the end of the 1960s, he began to investigate about iconoclasm. , to subject ig
A great rei biography by a great historian. Cal to locate that free of a young Soldevila with the score of the seves of syntesi works on the life and the regnat of Jaume I. Of pleasant reading and planning, ens apropa a l"apassionant i complexa political action of the monarch with the sobrenom més heroic del nostre country.
The knight is the most prestigious warrior of the Middle Ages. Profusely armed, mounted on a magnificent steed, I seem invincible. Guided by the code of chivalry, while fighting with his sword and spear, honor and glory await him. This book offers the essential information that is needed to successfully become a gentleman in the Middle Ages. Among other things it teaches: • How to overcome a chi
This is a unique book. The participating historians offer a set of historiographical reflections, very personal, about those readings or historians that have powerfully influenced their scientific career. They themselves have chosen their favorite books and authors and commented on them taking into account a common thread: the dialogues with the History that Ricardo García Cárcel has maintained
Telling the history of philosophy is as arduous as it is exciting. First because each author has left his personal signature when transmitting his ideas. And, second, because the historian adds a story of his own to the evolution of philosophical ideas. The best history of philosophy would be the sum of each essay, letter, treatise, novel, poem, dialogue, confession, used by the authors to wrap th
Accurates you annotations d"Epifani de Fortuny i Salazar, Baró d"Esponellà, posena l"abast d"historiadors i lectors les reflexions quotidianes d"un membre representatiu de les classes burgeses catalanes, més in concret dels grans propietaris rurals, in the first meitat dels anys quaranta. A personal and sincere look on esdeveniments and situations of great importance: the culmination of the con
Almost two decades ago, the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and the USSR. Robert Service, one of our finest historians of modern Russia, sets out to examine the history of communism throughout the world. His uncomfortable conclusion - and an important message for the twenty-first century - is that although communism in its original form is now dead or dying, the poverty and injustice that
"Aware that secession is impracticable, nationalists have been exercising their right not to decide for months." "It is immoral the claim to annul after a few agreed by all." Francisco Rico (1942) is a philologist and historian of literature, has written texts on the Catalan "independence" process.
The name of the Swiss historian Jacob Burckhardt occupies an eminent place in the set of history of the nineteenth century - from Von Ranke to Michelet. In this, his first great work, published in 1853, examines the facts and meanings of a historical stage of transitions that would seal the destiny of the entire West. Through a meticulous study of the sources known at the time, the author explores
Partindo da imaxe da esculta by Francisco Leiro, located in Porta do Sol, Vigo, author creates a world of fantasy. "Siren, Siren!" This is a first-person account, a child who has just suffered a loss of life due to a traffic accident and can not communicate coa nai, a seller of encyclopedias, because of the lack of safety. Neither refuxia was a dream world, not that it was the only escape route, b
Cat Warren is currently a university professor and eleven successful multi-award winning journalist, with a rare hobby: she and her German pastor have spent the last seven years looking for dead people. It"s just a dog detecting corpses. What began as a simple way of channeling the uncontrollable energy and enthusiasm of Only very soon became a call that introduced her into the little known and fa
Any attempt at historical reconstruction starts from the needs, doubts and questions of the present, "writes Luis Alberto Romero in his Brief contemporary history of Argentina." What are the possibilities of rebuilding an open and mobile society, not segmented into isolated worlds? , with opportunities for all, based on competitiveness, but also on solidarity and justice? What characteristics shou
Together with the formation of the capitalist economic order, the formation of the modern administrative and legal state, without a doubt, one of the most transcendental innovations of the 19th century. Throughout this, comparable standards of administrative action were crystallized in all European countries: from the obligatory maintenance of a written record -that resulted in the production of a
The discoveries of Qumran in the Dead Sea have provided new information about the history of the Bible in the centuries of the origin and development of Judaism and Christianity. This book brings together current scientific knowledge about the history of the Bible: the formation of its collections of canonical and apocryphal books, the transmission and translation of its text and its interpretatio
The works of Gadamer compiled in this book corresponds to practically thirty years of a long philosophical life. They are carefully written but not academic; they are not texts about art, nor incursions of philosophy in it. They entail a hermeneutic projection of the aesthetics and aesthetics of hermeneutics, in which art is not only an understanding of the world but, rather, a happening of truth,
This collection of 26 essays range over the history of working men and women between the late 18th century and the present day, and brings back into print a selection of this celebrated historian"s pioneering studies into labor history, together with more recent reflections previously unpublished in book form Eric Hobsbawm"s penetrating essays on labor history and social protest opened up a new fi
"Every nation suffers critical moments that test the strength and nobility of his soul." For Russia, one of those moments occurred in the vicinity of Moscow on September 7, 1812, the climax of the Napoleonic invasion that will precede the heartbreaking outcome of this tragedy, the terrible French withdrawal. The battle of Borodino, in which more than a quarter of a million soldiers participated an
Ian Gibson turns Garcia Lorca into a biographical comic. Illustrations by Quique Palomo. Ian Gibson approaches young readers with the publication of a biographical comic about the figure of the poet to whom he has devoted a great part of his talent as a historian. It is also the first comic that appears with his signature, with illustrations by Quique Palomo, an artist known in independent circles