Compa Eros Spanish Edition

Author: Joe Gatlin
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532650442
Size: 13,56 MB
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Un jueves de manana en 1981, cuatro mil campesinos, huyendo un escuadron de la muerte salvadoreno patrocinado por los Estados Unidos, trastabillo bajando una ladera por un monte cubierto de follaje, hacia el Rio Lempa. Algunos fueron indiscriminadamente fusilados por las ametralladoras de soldados y helicopteros; otros se ahogaron mientras la corriente los arrastraba por el rio. Los demas escaparon para vivir los proximos ocho anos en campamentos de refugiados en Honduras. In 1989 muchos de estos refugiados regresaron a El Salvador como la comunidad repatriada de Valle Nuevo. Companeros relata las historias de una relacion de veinticinco anos de acompanamiento, sanidad, y perdon entre Valle Nuevo y una asociacion de iglesias en los Estados Unidos, las Comunidades de Mision Shalom. Los dos grupos han llegado a adoptar una comunion transnacional entre si a pesar de los abismos economicos, politicos, y espirituales que existen hoy. Esta obra es un esfuerzo colectivo y colaborativo de relatos y reflexion teologica, entrelazando relatos orales y escritos de sufrimiento, gratitud, de compartir, recordar, y proclamar la muerte de Cristo hasta que el venga.

The Snow Queen In English And Spanish Bilingual Edition

Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Editor: KidLit-O Press
ISBN: 1629172111
Size: 10,11 MB
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Hans Christian Andersen fairytales are magical; but how do you get kids excited about the stories when most translations were written over 100 years ago in a dated English? This is a retelling of one of Anderson’s most beloved stories: The Snow Queen. This book is also available as a larger anthology with even more Andersen stories. KidLit-o is a new publishing house just for kids! From reimagined classics to history books, there's something for everyone here!

The Problem Of Translating Jabberwocky

Author: Pilar Orero
Editor:
ISBN:
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This book offers an analysis of nonsense literature in translation, examining specifically the way in which the works of Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear are conveyed and enjoyed by those of different linguistic, historical and cultural backgrounds. This work should appeal to scholars interested in British literature, nonsense literature, and translation theory. have never been out of print since they first appeared and have gone through numerous editions and translations in many major languages. The reality of this universal appeal is perplexing due to the fact that the nonsense literatures of both of these men are filled with historical allusions to and parodies of Victorian era England. Without an understanding of their historical background, one would assume that these works lose a considerable amount of their original appeal. international readership both in English and in translations. The purpose of this enquiry is to explore the many different ways in which nonsense has been translated. Once this is done, differences among translations of the same source text have to be observed and noted. At this stage, it may be appropriate to bring in external considerations of history, culture and publishers' intentions, which can suggest motivations for existing differences in approaches and techniques of translation.

The Very Best Of Hans Christian Andersen In English And Spanish Bilingual Edition

Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Editor: KidLit-O Press
ISBN: 1629172030
Size: 12,12 MB
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Hans Christian Andersen fairytales are magical; but how do you get kids excited about the stories when most translations were written over 100 years ago in a dated English? This is a collection of the very best known works of Anderson in modern English! KidLit-o is a new publishing house just for kids! From reimagined classics to history books, there's something for everyone here!

Asia Folklore Tales Of Prince Yamato Take Bilingual Edition English Spanish

Author: Muhammad Vandestra
Editor: Dragon Promedia
ISBN:
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The insignia of the great Japanese Empire is composed of three treasures which have been considered sacred, and guarded with jealous care from time immemorial. These are the Yatano-no-Kagami or the Mirror of Yata, the Yasakami-no-Magatama or the Jewel of Yasakami, and the Murakumo-no-Tsurugi or the Sword of Murakumo. Of these three treasures of the Empire, the sword of Murakumo, afterwards known as Kusanagi-no-Tsrugugi, or the grass-cleaving sword, is considered the most precious and most highly to be honored, for it is the symbol of strength to this nation of warriors and the talisman of invincibility for the Emperor, while he holds it sacred in the shrine of his ancestors. Nearly two thousand years ago this sword was kept at the shrines of Ite, the temples dedicated to the worship of Amaterasu, the great and beautiful Sun Goddess from whom the Japanese Emperors are said to be descended. There is a story of knightly adventure and daring which explains why the name of the sword was changed from that of Murakumo to Kasanagi, which means grass clearing. Once, many, many years ago, there was born a son to the Emperor Keiko, the twelfth in descent from the great Jimmu, the founder of the Japanese dynasty. This Prince was the second son of the Emperor Keiko, and he was named Yamato. From his childhood he proved himself to be of remarkable strength, wisdom and courage, and his father noticed with pride that he gave promise of great things, and he loved him even more than he did his elder son. Now when Prince Yamato had grown to manhood (in the olden days of Japanese history, a boy was considered to have reached man's estate at the early age of sixteen) the realm was much troubled by a band of outlaws whose chiefs were two brothers, Kumaso and Takeru. These rebels seemed to delight in rebelling against the King, in breaking the laws and defying all authority. At last King Keiko ordered his younger son Prince Yamato to subdue the brigands and, if possible, to rid the land of their evil lives. Prince Yamato was only sixteen years of age, he had but reached his manhood according to the law, yet though he was such a youth in years he possessed the dauntless spirit of a warrior of fuller age and knew not what fear was. Even then there was no man who could rival him for courage and bold deeds, and he received his father's command with great joy.

A Spanish Mexican Peasant Community

Author: Paul Schuster Taylor
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Read Think Spanish Premium Third Edition

Author: The Editors of Think Spanish
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1259836320
Size: 13,62 MB
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Your first-class ticket to building key Spanish language skills From the bestselling Read & Think series, this fully-illustrated third edition of Read & Think Spanish brings the Spanish language to life! In addition to introducing, developing, and growing key vocabulary, this book gives you an insider’s look at the enchanting diversity of Hispanic life and culture—from the art of eating tapas in Spain to a walk along Cuba’s white sand beaches, and from biographies on luminaries such as Andrés Segovia, the father of the classical guitar, to lessons on Argentinian soccer. Including more than 100 engaging articles written by native Spanish-speakers, each one provides a bilingual glossary on the same page, allowing you to learn without stopping to look up new or unfamiliar words. Each chapter contains several exercises to reinforce comprehension and the new premium edition features streaming audio recordings of more than 40 readings (90 minutes) and over 7,000 vocabulary items by flashcard, easily accessible online or on any mobile device, through the unique McGraw-Hill Language Lab app.

Modern Spanish American Poets

Author: María Antonia Salgado
Editor: Gale / Cengage Learning
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This award-winning, multivolume series is dedicated to making literature and its creators more accessible to students and interested readers, while satisfying the standards of librarians, teachers and scholars. The series systematically presents career biographies of writers from all eras and all genres through volumes dedicated to specific types of literature and time periods. Entries are written by experts in the field and include detailed primary and secondary bibliographies and illustrations.