April 10, 2020
Titulo del libro: Letters To A Spiritual Seeker
The writing of Henry David Thoreau is as full of life today as it was when he published Walden one hundred years ago. In seeking to understand nature, Thoreau sought to lead a fresh, simple life with God. In 1848 a Seeker named Harrison Blake, yearning for a Spiritual life of his own, asked the then-fledgling writer for guidance. The fifty Letters that ensued, collected for the first time in their own volume by Thoreau specialist Bradley P. Dean, are by turns earnest, oracular, witty, playful, practical- and deeply insightful and inspiring, as one would expect from Americas best prose stylist and great moral philosopher.
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.
THE STUDENT DICTIONARY In this book you will find: o Examples that show the use of words in their context. o Indication of the most frequently used words in English. o Alerts to avoid "false friends" and translation errors. or Grammar and pronunciation information. or English usage guide: letters, email, numbers, dates ... And also: o Complete grammar supplement of 64 pages. o Color section "Engli
"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
Many people miss the little joys hoping to find great happiness. Half narrative genre. half self-help genre. this book will discover the reader. through short chapters as letters. how to focus on what is really important in life and how to overcome adversity and sadness. With multiple ideas and references to research that invite reflection. The book also proposes exercises at the end of each chapt
The Acquisition Collection continues to spread the aesthetic heritage of ancient cultures with an illustrated children"s album dedicated to Celtic culture, based on the aesthetics of its decorative arts. Arturic matter is the greatest contribution of Celtic literature to European letters, and one of its best examples is the poem The Lady of Shalott (1842) by Alfred Tennyson. The poem is based on t
For the first time the publication in Castilian of all the letters of Kafka that have been conserved. Means Kafka wrote throughout his life, be they postcards, telegrams or letters themselves, without excluding those of an official, commercial or professional nature. Nearly a hundred and a half of those gathered in this volume had never been translated. But as much or more remarkable than this nov
The writing of Henry David Thoreau is as full of life today as it was when he published Walden one hundred years ago. In seeking to understand nature, Thoreau sought to "lead a fresh, simple life with God." In 1848 a seeker named Harrison Blake, yearning for a spiritual life of his own, asked the then-fledgling writer for guidance. The fifty letters that ensued, collected for the first time in the
Discover the letters of the alphabet from the hand of the most tender, funny and original animals you"ve ever seen. Did you know that Miss Otter walks through the seabed with her diving goggles and that Don Grasshopper travels around the world with a traveler"s backpack and an adventurer"s hat? This alphabet presents each letter with the name of an animal to which it is described with verses full
1819, Stephen Fairhurst, veteran British officer of the Napoleonic Wars, returns to his mansion in Kersey Hall, after a tour of Spain. Tormented by the horror of the battlefields, only the memory of secret love lost in Basque lands remains as a refuge. 1976, Anna, an uprooted 15-year-old girl with unstable family life, is sent in the hot summer to a place that seems as opposite as possible to her
What if you were able to let yourself be carried away by who you really are? The long-awaited continuation ofFuimos canciones, by Elísabet Benavent. More than 1,000,000 copies sold from her work. Macarena has managed to put her life and her work in order. Macarena believes that Candela is the assistant she needs. Macarena starts again. Leo is still present ... as a friend. And while Macarena is f
The most paradigmatic sample of Bolaño"s originality and narrative audacity. Original Unthriller in which the policeman is the reader. For the winner of the Rómulo Gallegos awards, Salambó, Altazor, National Book Critics Award, City of Barcelona, among others. Roberto Bolaño began to write The troubles of the real policeman in the eighties. Twentieth century, a time when he was still devoted t
After the Gardens of the Dissent, the best Lethem with a player"s Anatomy returns. The author of Brookly"s orphans The fortitude of loneliness about chance and identity through the story of a backgammon player who believes he has lost his telepathic gifts because of a tumor. Alexander Bruno has made his profession of chance. With the backgammon case and the tuxedo cover in tow, he goes through Ber
Elísabet Benavent, also known as @BetaCoqueta, returns with more strength than ever to speak of love and friendship in equal parts, of melodies that we were, of moments that we will be. We were songs is the first part of his song "Songs and memories", which points directly to the hearts of his readers, those who dared with Valeria to be themselves. Macarena lives in Madrid and is an assistant to
Irresistibly funny and profoundly moving, Dear Lady Bird is a love letter to the power of friendship, to kindness to strangers and to the courage of ordinary people in extraordinary times. Irresistibly funny and profoundly moving, Dear Mrs. Bird is a letter from love to the power of friendship, to kindness to strangers and to the courage of ordinary people in extraordinary times. London, 1940. Emm
In this biographical inquiry based on unpublished documents, letters and diaries, the author reveals the scope of collaboration between the Francoists, the Nazis and the Vichy regime"s police, tracing the existential adventures of his grandfather, Pedro Urraca Rendueles, dark Francoist police condemned to death in absentia in France (1948) by connivance with the enemy during the occupation. Fled t
This publication is oriented to the initiation to the investigation via Internet in the field of Conservation, Restoration and Heritage, as a source of information, communication, diffusion and work, for the development of projects and labor insertion in this field. It systematizes the information available on the network regarding Entities, Documentation, Training and Work environment, treating e
The intimate diary of the author of "The Story of Genji", considered the first novel of universal literature and the pinnacle of Japanese letters.
«I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT TODAY YOU ACCOUNT WITH ME ... WITHOUT CONDITIONS». Born from the long experience of Jorge Bucay as a therapist, these letters written for a fictional woman actually have many recipients. It is an epistolary that brings to light common concerns in all of us and provides advice from an intimate and close perspective. A work that will help, in short, anyone who reads it to
This biography aspires to deprive Cervantes of the 400 years of history that have failed on him to bring us closer to his human and sentimental dimension, to his condition as a firm man of arms and an inexhaustible man of letters, to the unique writer and his rapt vitality, to his defense of women and his eagerness to understand existence as no one had to understand until then: at the modern cross
THE TAROT RIDER-WAITE The most popular of all the tarots was conceived by Arthur Edward Waite, a member of the Golden Dawn esoteric order, and captured in drawings by artist Pamela Colman Smith, first published by the Rider company in the year 1910 in London The special peculiarity of the Tarot Rider is that it was the first to include beautiful and suggestive illustrations in all its cards, both