TODOS SOMOS PERSONAS EXTRAORDINARIAS, SOLO TENEMOS QUE DESCUBRIR EL VALOR PARA ACEPTARLO Y ENCONTRAR NUESTRA ESENCIA DE LIDER.Este libro trata sobre hombres y mujeres con un fin comun: perseguir la libertad. En esta ocasion, Alejandra Llamas y Valeria Matos escriben la vida de doce lideres humanitarios.
The tangible and the intangible, the traditional and the modern, the spirit that creates new trends and the conservative emphasis on preserving our roots, the creative expressions that stimulate the finest senses of rhythm, sound, sight, smell, and taste, inviting us to think, feel, and dream - all this forms part of w
A compelling and radical collection of essays on art, feminism, neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy from prize-winning novelist Siri Hustvedt, the acclaimed author of The Blazing World and What I Loved.
Maria Sirena tells stories. She does it for money she was a favorite in the cigar factory where she worked as a lettora and for love, spinning gossamer tales out of her own past for the benefit of friends, neighbors, and family. But now, like a modern-day Scheherazade, she will be asked to tell one last story so that eight women can keep both hope and themselves alive.
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Published: Shade Mountain Press - September 23rd, 2015
Fiction. Latino/Latina Studies. Women's Studies. Just before her father's sudden death, Cuban- American artist Veronica Gonzalez is offered her first gallery exhibit, a real chance to break into the art world.
Published: Grove Press, Black Cat - August 2nd, 2011
In this follow-up to her beloved, prize-winning debut, "In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd," a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Ana Menendez delivers a liberating, magical, and modern take on the idea of migration and flight.
Published: University Press of Florida - September 22nd, 2015
Soulfully researched and elegantly written, the personal and the critical converge into a reading of Cuban American memoirs by one-and-a-halfers, those in a generation who left the island in childhood and early adolescence. Eliana S. Rivero, author of "Discursos desde la diaspora"