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La Maga

Author: Dionesia Rapposelli
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1365684393
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La Maga An Inner Journey

Author: Carola Castillo
Publisher: DC Media and Communications, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781943083022
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Personal growth, development, discovery, love and self-realization. "La Maga. An Inner Journey" is a short novel, written in the first person. Its plot unfolds in wonderful locations, small towns around the world and cities like Madrid, Spain; Groningen, Holland; Lützelflüh, Switzerland, and others. The main character, a journalist, who can't stop searching for her true essence and finally finds that which she most desires: to be with and learn from the wisdom of La Maga, a reflection of what she wishes to achieve. In the novel, she fulfills her dream to follow the teacher: La Maga. In this journey of initiation and transformation, the writer faces the challenges and obstacles that will help her discover her inner Maga. She encounters emotions and experiences that enable her to grow and find life's purpose. Love, truth, respect and evolution are some of the paths the writer must travel to pursue the knowledge that seems to reside only in the conscience of La Maga. It is near the end of the story that the events revealed to the reader disclose the true magic of the paths travelled by our author. By understanding the main character of the novel and after their own inner journey toward La Maga, the readers can also discover their true-selves beyond the pages of this book.

La Maga

Author: Trudi Canavan
Publisher: PLAZA & JANES
ISBN: 8401353335
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Los orígenes de las Crónicas del mago negro. La maga, ambientada cientos de años antes que las aventuras narradas en El Gremio de los Magos, es la introducción perfecta al universo de la aclamada trilogía de Trudi Canavan, las «Crónicas del mago negro», que ha triunfado en todo el mundo. En el remoto pueblo de Mandryn, la joven Tessia ejerce de ayudante de su padre, el sanador local, para gran frustración de su madre, que preferiría que se dedicara a buscar un marido. A pesar de que el Gremio de Sanadores no suele aceptar a mujeres entre ellos, Tessia se empeña en seguir los pasos de su progenitor. Pero su vida está a punto de tomar un rumbo inesperado. Mientras atiende a un paciente en el castillo de lord Dakon, el mago de esta provincia, Tessia se ve obligada a protegerse de las agresivas insinuaciones de un mago extranjero y utiliza instintivamente unos poderes mágicos que no era consciente de poseer. Ahora se perfila un futuro muy diferente para la joven como aprendiz de lord Dakon. A pesar de las muchas horas dedicadas a estudiar la magia y aprender a controlar sus poderes, la nueva vida de Tessia le brinda más posibilidades de las que nunca hubiese soñado. Pero al margen de la emoción, las aventuras y el lujo, Tessia está a punto de descubrir que sus dotes mágicos también conllevan una gran responsabilidad. Cuando estalla una guerra entre naciones vecinas, llevará a magos rivales a entrar en batalla, y se desatará un acto de hechicería de una brutalidad tan descomunal que sus secuelas seguirán apreciándose siglos después...

Border Writing

Author: D. Emily Hicks
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816619832
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Annotation Examines Latin American literature from the perspective of attempts to break through national, genre, domain, and other borders in order to perceive, or create, a whole culture. Paper edition (unseen), $14.95. Annotation(c) 2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

Place And Displacement In The Narrative Worlds Of Jorge Luis Borges And Julio Cort Zar

Author: Nataly Tcherepashenets
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820463957
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Place and Displacement in the Narrative Worlds of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar engages the notions of place and displacement as heuristic devices for literary analysis of Borges’s and Cortázar’s narratives. It maps out these authors’ visions of place and displacement in some of their most famous texts; locates the ‘place’ of Borges’s texts within Cortázar’s fictional universe; and delineates new routes in communication between different literary traditions, and philosophical and anthropological discourses. This book also suggests that the challenge of a strict opposition between place and displacement in Borges’s and Cortázar’s works is both representative and emblematic of a continuum of Latin American literature.

Keats Poe And The Shaping Of Cort Zar S Mythopoesis

Author: Ana Castillo
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027217181
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The Argentinian writer Julio Cortázar was clearly influenced by his predecessors John Keats and Edgar Allan Poe. However, to what extent? Which aspects of the two Romantics have been kept and which ones transformed by Cortázar's imagination? And is there a common bond in the works of Keats and Poe which is also the common denominator for their works? And why these particular images, themes, or ideas? This books tries to answer all these questions and is of interest to everyone who wants to know more about Cortázar.