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Trapped by Two Cultures in Beets, Made You Mine, America, and Sangre 24 - Something that has always fascinated me is the confrontation with a completely different culture. We do not have to travel far to realize that people really lead different lives in other countries and that the saying "Home sweet home" often applies to most of us. What if we suddenly had to leave our homes and settle somewhere else, somewhere where other values and beliefs where common and where people spoke a different language. Would we still try to hang on to the 'old home' by speaking our mother tongue, practising our own religion and culture or would we give in to the new and exciting country and forget our past....   [tags: Cultural Identity Essays] 712 words
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Biography of Federico Garcia Lorca - Biography of Federico Garcia Lorca Born in Fuente Vaqueros, Granada, Spain, June 5,1898; died near Granada, August 19,1936, García Lorca is Spain's most deeply appreciated and highly revered poet and dramatist. His murder by the Nationalists at the start of the Spanish civil war brought sudden international fame, accompanied by an excess of political rhetoric which led a later generation to question his merits; after the inevitable slump, his reputation has recovered (largely with a shift in interest to the less obvious works)....   [tags: Federico Garcia Lorca Poets Dramatists Essays] 4006 words
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Biography of Federico Garcia Lorca - Biography of Federico Garcia Lorca Federico García Lorca was born into an educated bourgeois family in Fuente Vaqueros, in Andalusia, Spain, in 1898. His mother was a teacher and his father a rich farm labourer. He read literature and music at Granada University and in 1919, at the age of 21, he published his first book, Impresiones y Paisaijes, that was inspired by a trip around Spain that he took as part of his degree. That year, Lorca went to Madrid to continue with his studies. He moved into the Residence of Scholars (residencia de estudiantes), a liberal institution that taught according to the social, political and religious philosophies of Krause....   [tags: Spanish History Poets Poetry Dramatists Essays]
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El Concepto y Formación del Término 'Hispano' - ... El término " criollo " se refiere a los "blancos" que nacieron en Latinoamérica. Considerando que, el término ' mestizos ' se refiere a aquellos que tenían una mezcla de sangre europea e indígena. Sin embargo, la situación socio-cultural se hizo más estricta para aquellos que encajan en la descripción de los ' mulatos ', los que tenían una mezcla de sangre blanca y africana (Fox, 2010). Estos términos se utilizan a menudo para discriminar a la población en general y mantener el control sobre dicha población mediante el establecimiento de la regulación de las actividades que se les permitió participar y los que no lo eran....   [tags: analisis sociologico, historico y semantico]
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Pecado de omision por Ana María Matute - El cuento “Pecado de omisión” fue escrito por Ana María Matute como parte del movimiento de realismo social español. Fue incluido en el libro Historias de la Artámila, el cual fue publicado en mil novecientos sesenta y uno. Este cuento tiene dos tipos de tema. Su tema significativo trata de la injusticia de la situación de Lope y su tratamiento por don Emeterio; su tema axiomático trata de las relaciones familiares y el tratamiento de los pobres y de los huérfanos. Los dos son temas implícitos, porque no hay moraleja explícita....   [tags: Spanish Essays Pecado de omisión] 727 words
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Huerfano: A Memoir of Life in the Counterculture by Roberta Price - Many of us – if not all – develop a longing urge to stop what we are doing in our life and run away to start anew. We dream of a life that is pure and free of corruption; a life of unbridled possibility. Author Roberta Price had accomplished her escape of the professed “societal norm” and create a new life in the Huerfano Valley of Colorado, living off the landscape with her partner and other like-minded people in a counter-cultured commune in the early 1970s. Price recalls seven plus years of experiences of living in a Mid-West commune in her book Huerfano: A Memoir of Life in the Counterculture and discusses her motivation and counter-culture life....   [tags: Mid-west comune experience] 1152 words
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Spaniards in the Colonial Empire: Creoles vs. Peninsulars? - In Spaniards in the Colonial Empire, Burkholder discusses the differences between peninsulars and creoles. He argues that life in Spanish America since the arrival of Columbus 1492 up until its independence was characterized by the inequality of creoles: persons of Spanish blood born in America, versus the favored status held by peninsulars: persons born in Spain. Travel to the Indies was driven by a desire for wealth accumulation. Rivalries between creoles and peninsulars began in the church, which was a major source of employment and revenue during colonial times....   [tags: life in Spanish America]
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La Donacion de Organos: Un Verdadero Regalo - La donación de órganos es una decisión importante, pero Jason Ray, el exmascota de la Universidad de Carolina del Norte, decidió que cuando era su hora de unirse a Dios, él quería ayudar a salvar las vidas de otros. En su camino de regreso al hotel para unirse al resto del equipo durante un torneo, Ray fue golpeado por detrás por un conductor imprudente. Murió más tarde ese día y este fue un día lleno de tristeza pero, para unos, un día para comenzar otra vez. A causa de la decisión de Jason de convertirse en donante su órganos, setenta y cinco otros están viviendo por su decisión valiente de donar sus órganos, tejidos, piel y sangre después de su muerte (Drehs)....   [tags: muerte, decision, salvar vidas] 656 words
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Soil Description on the Pajarito Plateau - Introduction The town of Los Alamos is located in north-central New Mexico approximately 35 miles northwest of Santa Fe. It was established in 1943 as the designated site for the development of the first atomic weapon and the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The town sits atop the Pajarito Plateau, and the area is located in a complex geologic setting with the Jemez Mountains and Valles Caldera to the west and the Rio Grande River Valley to the east. Land formations of the area are characterized by “alternating mesas and canyons underlain primarily by Early Pleistocene ignimbrites of the Bandelier Tuff” (Reneau, 2000)....   [tags: climate, geology, topography, vegetation]
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Historia de Puerto Rico: Cristóbal Colón - ... Nuestra discusión de Los Cuatro viajes del almirante y su testamento, por Cristóbal Colón, nos llevó a considerar cómo Colón y su ejército implementaron occidentalismo en pasajes como, “No en plan de colonización, sino de entrega; no para explotar una tierra, sino para volcar en ella su ser y su sangre” (Colón 14). España vio Puerto Rico como una tierra para satisfacer sus necesidades materiales y nada más. Colón nunca tuvo la meta de aprender de los nativos, “Esta gente por la gana de haber de nuestras cosas, y teniendo que no se les ha de dar sin que den algo y no lo tienen, toman lo que pueden y se echan luego a nadar” (Colón)....   [tags: almirante, españa] 528 words
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Qué es la genetica forense? - INTRODUCCIÓN La genética forense es un campo de la genética que consta de un conjunto de conocimientos de genética necesarios para resolver problemas jurídicos. Las pruebas más comunes solicitadas por casos judiciales son pruebas de paternidad, en casos judiciales de custodia de menores y manutenciones; estudios de restos biológicos como manchas de sangre, esperma, pelos, etc. para la resolución de homicidios, violaciones, o muertes en extrañas circunstancias; también es necesaria en la identificación de restos con carácter cultural, arqueológico, programas de identificación de restos de posibles familiares desaparecidos o asuntos de inmigración....   [tags: ADN, problemas jurídicos] 1362 words
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`la Tierra De Alvargonzález' - Comparison between the Old Ballads and `campos De Castilla' - One of the most important themes throughout `Campos de Castilla' is the relationship between the poet and the external reality. In `La Tierra de Alvargonzález', this is also an important theme, yet this poem differs from the collection, not only in its length, but also its content. There are many different levels of interpretation of this poem: first of all as a simple murder story, secondly as historical degeneration - represented within a family by parricide, and lastly as Cainism. `La Tierra de Alvargonzález' existed in two forms: prose and verse....   [tags: European Literature] 903 words
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Whitman and Neruda as Grassroots Poets - Whitman and Neruda as Grassroots Poets “The familial bond between the two poets [Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda] points not only to a much-needed reckoning of the affinity between the two hemispheres, but to a deeper need to establish a basis for an American identity: ‘roots,’ as Neruda referred to his fundamental link with Whitman” (Nolan 33). Both Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda have been referred to as poets of the people, although it is argued that Neruda with his city and country house, his extensive travels, and his political connections, was never really “one” of the mass....   [tags: Poet Poetry Poem Papers]
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Eunice Oido - Odio dice que ¨El poema no es un conjunto de ideas y palabras sino un orden substancial. Un poema es la acción del Verbo. De ahí que sea imposible analizarlo, aislar hasta el último de sus acordes. Siempre… , un acto generador, un poema (Vallbona 25). Y se puede ver eso entre su propia poesía. Como en sus poemas de Los elementos terrestres, se puede sentir el acción del Verbo. No son solamente poemas sobre amor sino son movimientos de emociones, de sangre y sudor, y de la tierra. Son poemas que habla de un verdadero del alma....   [tags: Spanish] 1682 words
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Psychological Effects of Sexual Assault - Psychological Effects of Sexual Assault      Sexual assault is a term that is used interchangeably with the word rape. The decision on whether or not to use the term rape or sexual assault is made by a state’s jurisdiction. Sexual assault is more readily used in an attempt to be more gender neutral (National Victim Center). Sexual assault can be most easily described as forced or unconsentual sexual intercourse. The individual that is performing these acts on the victim may either be a stranger or an acquaintance....   [tags: Rape Psychology Essays]
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Therapeutic Hypothermia: Preventing Damage After Cardiac Arrest - Introduction Hypothermia protocol for the post cardiac arrest patient has been an evidence based practice of this therapy for about a decade now. This intervention, often used in the critical care setting, is now expanding to primary emergency responders as well. This paper will present some of the notable research that has been done on therapeutic hypothermia, and current use of this intervention. Control studies, animal studies, and case studies have been published related to these medical interventions....   [tags: Medical Research]
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Lextura Dantis - Dante varies his presentation greatly throughout Malebolge. Each bolgia has its own particular atmosphere, and the abrupt tonal and structural shifts between them make the move from bolgia to bolgia a medley of styles and techniques. But no shift is so striking as that between the eighth and ninth, in which the reader leaves a bolgia marked by two eloquent, searching dramatic monologues for one characterized by pithy, epigrammatic comments. The heroic exhortation of Ulysses and the sinuous self-revelation of Guido da Montefeltro give way to the truncated, compressed rhetoric of Mohammed, Pier da Medicina, Mosca, and Bertran de Born....   [tags: The Divine Comedy]
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