By Henri Lefebvre
By Karen Lips; Jamie K. Reaser; Bruce E. Young; Roberto Ibañez
Entire textual content in English and Spanish.
Rafael Guillen's poems are infused with the land and the folk of Andalusia. He lays earlier than us all of the harshness and wonder of his state - the calm beach and the violent revolutions, the wheat fields and the famine, the kids and the employees discomfort via "days like scorching coals." In mild of this heritage, Guillen provides his phrases sharp edges tinged with a undeniable delicate grief. A quiet strength builds up at the back of the advanced imagery and compact language as Guillen displays on coming of age in Civil conflict Spain and occasions of affection, existence, loss of life, and religion in modern day Granada, Paris, and the U.S.. Sandy McKinney, operating heavily with Guillen, correctly captures the weird syntax and emotional tone of the paintings of this significant Spanish poet. integrated here's McKinney's interview with the poet the place Guillen explains his connection to the culture of Andalusian poetry, a proud literary culture jam-packed with a "sensual relish the wonderful thing about specific phrases, of their sound in addition to their significance."
By FRANCISCO CARRO - RAMON C. SORIGUER
By ISAAC ASIMOV
By Negrin Villavicencio. J.A.
By Ferran Adria
By Víctor Erlich
By Robin de Ruiter
Un gobierno mundial, una planificación económica significant y un regulate overall de l. a. población es lo que pretende un grupo dominante que intenta a toda costa establecer un Nuevo Orden Mundial. ¡Pronto el mundo será testigo de Grandes prodigios! Se acerca los angeles peor quandary de los angeles historia humana: el fin de los angeles libertad de los pueblos y también el de l. a. libertad person.