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Turned to Stone
Author: Jorge Magano
Publisher: AmazonCrossing
ISBN: 1503946347
Pages: 381
Year: 2015-08-25
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Spanish journalist and art historian Jaime Azcárate has always been a magnet for trouble. So when the authorities call on him to help investigate a museum heist while he's enjoying a rare vacation, he is more annoyed than surprised. Jaime brushes off the detectives' pleas to find a missing and reportedly cursed Medusa sculpture, until an attempt on his life pulls him into the investigation. With nowhere else to turn, Jaime reaches out to the only person in the world who can help: Paloma Blasco, the ex-girlfriend with whom he authored an article on the priceless statue. The pair must put their differences aside as they travel from Greece to Sardinia to find the Medusa--before the curse claims another victim.
Governments-in-exile in Contemporary World Politics
Author: Yossi Shain
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ISBN:
Pages: 260
Year: 1991-01-01
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Amerikanuak
Author: William A. Douglass, Jon Bilbao
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 0874176255
Pages: 519
Year: 2005
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An accessible overview of the Basque diaspora in the Western Hemisphere, this book is both a pioneering study of one of the American West's most important ethnic minorities and an engaging, comprehensive survey of Basque migration and settlement in the Americas. This edition includes a fresh preface by William A. Douglass.
The Wedding Date Bargain
Author: Mira Lyn Kelly
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492630772
Pages: 320
Year: 2017-06-06
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"A fun, flirty read...the perfect balance between sweet and sexy."—RT Book Reviews Sarah's to-do list: Get mani-pedi Buy killer black dress Lose virginity When Sarah Cole has two months to kill before her big move to New York, she decides it's time to take care of a few things?like the inconvenient issue of her virginity. Sarah knows the right guy for the job too: Max, the notorious ladies' man she's been crushing on since college. Two weeks of courting, and then the deed will be done. The plan is so simple. There's no way either of them would do something as silly as fall in love... The Wedding Date Series: May the Best Man Win (Book 1) The Wedding Date Bargain (Book 2) Praise for May the Best Man Win: "This page-turner has it all: fantastic characters, witty banter, and sizzling chemistry. I absolutely loved it!"-GINA L. MAXWELL, New York Times bestselling author of the Playboys in Love series "Outstanding writing, impressive characterization, and plotting that both gratifies and surprises."-Kirkus Reviews
Death and Bright Water
Author: James Mitchell
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ISBN: 1909619116
Pages: 194
Year: 2014-06-19
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Callan, the most ruthlessly efficient member of British Intelligence's own assassination bureau known only as The Section, had made many deadly enemies within Moscow's KGB. So why were they now recommending him for job? It's not a job Callan wants, he just wants to get out of the whole sordid business, but if he doesn't take the job - rescuing a radical Greek politician's daughter from her kidnappers on Crete - then Callan might just find himself in one of the Section's infamous Red Files. 'I'm finished with you, ' said Callan. 'Finished with the Section. You know that.' 'Nobody's ever completely finished with me, ' said Hunter. First published in 1974, this was the third full-length Callan novel by his creator James Mitchell, back in print for the first time in 38 year
Spanish Republic and the Civil War, 1931-1939
Author: Gabriel Jackson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400820189
Pages: 600
Year: 2012-05-05
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At the time of its occurrence, the Spanish Civil War epitomized for the Western world the confrontation of democracy, fascism, and communism. An entire generation of Englishmen and Americans felt a deeper emotional involvement in that war than in any other world event of their lifetimes, including the Second World War. On the Continent, its "lessons," as interpreted by participants of many nationalities, have played an important role in the politics of both Western Europe and the People's Democracies. Everywhere in the Western world, readers of history have noted parallels between the Spanish Republic of 1931 and the revolutionary governments which existed in France and Central Europe during the year 1848. The Austrian revolt of October 1934, reminded participants and observers alike of the Paris Commune of 1871, and even the most politically unsophisticated observers could see in the Spain of 1936 all the ideological and class conflicts which had characterized revolutionary France of 1789 and revolutionary Russia of 1917. It is not surprising, therefore, that the worthwhile books on the Spanish Civil War have almost all emphasized its international ramifications and have discussed its political crises entirely in the vocabulary of the French and Russian revolutions. Relatively few of the foreign participants realized that the Civil War had arisen out of specifically Spanish circumstances. Few of them knew the history of the Second Spanish Republic, which for five years prior to the war had been grappling with the problems of what we now call an "underdeveloped nation." In Spanish Republic and the Civil War, Gabriel Jackson expounds the history of the Second Republic and the Civil War primarily as seen from within Spain.
La Leyenda de Jaun de Alzate
Author: Pio Baroja
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1519658141
Pages: 54
Year: 2015-12-02
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Obra narrativa, que agrupa en la trilogías La casa de Aizgorri (1900), El mayorazgo de Labraz (1903), Zalacaín el aventurero (1908).
Opera Muliebria
Author: David Herlihy
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ISBN: 0877227144
Pages: 210
Year: 1990
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In the early Middle Ages, until as late as the thirteenth century, women were active and independent participants in many sectors of economic life. Even apart from agriculture, they were prominent in all phases of cloth making, in brewing, medicine, education, administration, and in the dispensation of religious counsel. In the late Middle Ages, clearly so by the fifteenth century, women lost that prominence as well as their economic independence. Using a great variety of original sources, both literary and statistical, David Herlihy vividly demonstrates that the subordination of women within a household economy was specifically the product of the late Middle Ages. Opera Muliebria, the medieval Latin term for "women's labors," is the first comprehensive survey of women's participation in economic activities throughout Europe from ancient times to about 1500. Herlihy illustrates how medieval women lived and worked, and how their lives were transformed as the Middle Ages ended. He traces the dramatic change in their participation in productive enterprise to the establishment of guild monopolies and reveals that the virtual confinement of women's labors to work within the home was not an ancient arrangement, but rather the heritage of the late Middle Ages. Covering the entire continent of Europe for over a millennium of its history, Herlihy's work contributes to a better understanding not only of medieval women but of the entire social world of the Middle Ages. Author note: David Herlihy is Mary Critchfield and Barnaby Keeney Professor of History at Brown University and President of the American Historical Association in 1990. He is the author of several books including Medieval Households.
The History of Philosophy in Colonial Mexico
Author: Mauricio Beuchot
Publisher: Catholic University of Amer Press
ISBN:
Pages: 204
Year: 1998
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Colonial Mexico represents a period of enduring philosophical importance. In areas of contemporary interest, such as semiotics, ontology, and logic, the work of Hispanic philosophers provides a valuable resource. This book presents a study of philosophical activity in Mexico from 1500 to 1800.
The Golden Age of Spain, 1516-1659
Author: Antonio Domínguez Ortiz
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 361
Year: 1971
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