Latina Writers

Latina Writers

Latina Writers

Latina Writers


La magia puede ayudarla a salvar su relación con Damen… pero también puede echarlo todo a perder

En esta anticipada continuación de la exitosa serie Los inmortales, Ever se esfuerza en ayudar a su mejor amiga Haven a adaptarse a su nueva vida como ser inmortal -tratando de evitar que haga algo que las pueda poner en riesgo. Al mismo tiempo, intenta tomar control sobre su enemigo Roman con el fin de obtener el antídoto que la permitirá estar con su amado para siempre. Pero cuando su hechizo fracasa y la une a Roman en vez de Damen, Ever solicita la ayuda de Jude y de las artes oscuras, arriesgándolo todo -incluso a su amor- tratando desesperadamente de romper la maldición.


The book series the Ilan Stavans Library of Latino Civilization, the first of its kind, is devoted to exploring all the facets of Hispanic civilization in the United States, with its ramifications in the Americas, the Caribbean Basin, and the Iberian Peninsula. the objective is to showcase its richness and complexity from a myriad perspective. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Latino minority is the largest in the nation. It is also the fifth largest concentration of Hispanics in the globe.

Out of every seven Americans, one traces his or her roots to the Spanishspeaking world. Mexicans make up about 65 percent of the minority. Other major national groups are Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, Ecuadorians, Guatemalans, Nicaraguans, Salvadorans, and Colombians. They are either immigrants, descendants of immigrants, or dwellers in a territory (Puerto Rico, the Southwest) having a conflicted relationship with the mainland United States. As such, they are the perfect example of encuentro: an encounter with different social and political modes, an encounter with a new language, an encounter with a different way of dreaming.

The series is a response to the limited resources available and the abundance of stereotypes, which are a sign of lazy thinking. the twentiethcentury Spanish philosopher José Ortega y Gasset, author of The Revolt of the Masses, once said: “By speaking, by thinking, we undertake to clarify things, and that forces us to exacerbate them, dislocate them, schematize them. Every concept is in itself an exaggeration.” the purpose of the series is not to clarify but to complicate our understanding of Latinos. Do so many individuals from different national, geographic, economic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds coalesce as an integrated whole? Is there an unum in the pluribus?

Baruch Spinoza believed that everything in the universe wants to be preserved in its present form: a tree wants to be a tree, and a dog a dog. Latinos in the United States want to be Latinos in the United States—no easy task, and therefore an intriguing one to explore. Each volume of the series contains an assortment of approximately a dozen articles, essays, and interviews never gathered together before. the authors are scholars, writers, journalists, and specialists in their respective fields. the selection is followed by a bibliography . . .

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