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SAN6148 El Espejo Enterrado

El Espejo Enterrado

ISBN: 9786071106148 ISBN10: 6071106141. Written by: Carlos Fuentes. Softcover, 440 pp.. This book is a reflection on the development of the Latin American world over the past 500 years, and how the history of these Spanish speaking countries created the Hispanic cultures as they exist today. A view of the rich and complex Latin American identity is described by the excellent writer, Carlos Fuentes. Filled with photographs, it is perfect for your classes and libraries.
$29.95

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SGS1864 España Contemporanea

España Contemporanea

ISBN: 9788497781862 ISBN10: 8497781864. Written by: C Lopez Moreno. Softcover, 257pp. This is an essential resource manual for students with advanced Spanish reading skills, who wish to comprehend the historic, economic and social aspects that have transformed Spain into the modern country it is today. The seventeen chapters are divided into three majors sections each containing comprehension exercises, internet activities and two additional readings based on historic documents or current...
$52.95

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NOR7442 Estados Unidos de América - Cuaderno de Actividades

Estados Unidos de América - Cuaderno de Actividades

ISBN: 9789580477440 ISBN10: 9580477442. Written by: J. Colon Custodio. Softcover, 135pp.. Your students will learn all about the history of the United States through an interesting and dynamic presentation. The nation's social aspects, politics, economy, artistic developments, and environmental changes, will be discussed in much detail, as well as the significance of America's role as the dominant nation of the 21st century. The book is divided into 7 units which encompass 36 chapters. Each of...
$25.95

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NOR1717 Estados Unidos de América: Formación, desarrollo y transformación

Estados Unidos de América: Formación, desarrollo y transformación

ISBN: 9789580481713 ISBN10: 9580481717. Written by: Espada, Lopez. C.Alatagracia Ph.D/C. Gilbe , Ph.D, etal, Hardcover 375pp. Published in 2005. Your students will learn all about the history of the United States through an interesting and dynamic presentation. The nation's social aspects, politics, economy, artistic developments, and environmental changes, will be discussed in much detail, as well as the significance of America's role as the dominant nation of the 21st century. The book is...
$73.95

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WSU1013 Fields of Toil

Fields of Toil

ISBN: 9780874221015 ISBN10: 0874221013. Written by: I Valle. Softcover, 228pp.. For a year, Valle lived with and chronicled the life of a migrant family as they moved from Oregon to Texas and back to Washington following the harvest seasons. These reports appeared as weekly articles that were featured in the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin. This book compiles the year-long series and opens the door to the daily challenges migrants endure in their search for education, homes, health, and community.
$14.95

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SGS4245 Historia de América Latina

Historia de América Latina

ISBN: 9788471436436 ISBN10: 8471436434. Written by: N M Díaz. G. Vázquez, Softcover, 203 pp. Designed for the student of Spanish, the volume takes a global perspective and discusses the culture of pre - Hispanic America, the Americas after the Spanish discoveries and contemporary Latin America - its independence and its problems, and life in the 20th century. It is a brief synopsis of a great span of time, but it maintains an equilibrium between general developments and those changes unique...
$49.95

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HP9170 Mexico Biography of Power

Mexico Biography of Power

ISBN: 9780060929176 ISBN10: 0060929170. Written by: E Krauze. A History of Modern Mexico 1810-1996. Softcover, 872 pp., 9 ¼ x 6 ¼. A comprehensive chronological coverage of the tumultuous political history of Mexico, beginning with the Díaz regime being overthrown by Francisco Medero and ending in 1996. Translated into English, this is a fascinating introduction to Mexicos development with a focus on the leadership and the men who made history
$22.95

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STK3952 Segovia In Your Hand

Segovia In Your Hand

Softcover, 63pp, Published in 1985. Granada allows you to experience an Andalusian journey which ranges from snows to tropical fruits all on one peninsula. Containing a haven of castles and churches and monasteries, Segovia appealed to poets, painters, historians and archaeologists alike. A pull out map is included in each book when you choose to explore these timeless cities.
$8.95

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DAE7212 The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

The Mythology of Mexico and Central America

ISBN: 9780688067212 ISBN10: 0688067212. Written by: J Bierhorst. Hardbound, 239 p. This easy-to-read book translates 20 of the Aztec and Mayan myths and uses stories to illustrate the continuity of history in Central Mexico. In addition to contributing to the written history of the Aztecs and Mayan cultures, the detailed and varied myths are representative of the artistic, literary and political life of modern Mexico and Central America. The maps and illustrations provide the links between...
$14.95

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AOL6200 Voices from the Fields

Voices from the Fields

ISBN: 9780316056205 ISBN10: 0316056200. Written by: S Atkin. Softcover, 96pp.. An ALA Best Book for Young Adults, this collection of stories, poems, and pictures gives a poignant voice to the aspirations and struggles of children of migrant farm workers. The issues of constant poverty, moving, changing schools, and making friends challenge these children, yet their hope for a better and brighter future sustains them.
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