Here in these brief essays fortunate reader will have a rapid idea of what is happening in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and how a writer passes the chaos which still remains. And through these short essays, some long and others so short this writer has found many answers, such that there really is much more here on the very earth.
Aquí en estos breves ensayos el muy afortunado lector tendrá una breve o rápida idea de lo que actualmente pasa en Puerto Rico después del Huracán María y como un exitoso escritor pasa el caos que aun ha quedado. Y por sus pequeños ensayos, unos amplios y otros tan cortos como una simple oración por estar llenos de sabiduría de corazón, llenos de fe real y también llenos de esperanza....
Tara heeft haar professionele doel bereikt maar er is één ding waar ze niet op had gerekend. Haar gevoelens slaan als golven om haar heen. Ze probeert ze onder controle te houden door zich louter professioneel op te stellen. Tijdens de concerttour speelt haar blessure haar parten. Onzekerheid en heel wat vragen borrelen op. Zal Tara erin slagen om weer op het juiste pad te komen? Of grijpt ze teru
Menacing aliens, a catastrophic asteroid, the imminent end of the world: these are the sensational elements that Gray Apocalypse fuses together in a fast moving thriller that will keep you turning the pages. Not-of-this-world creatures have engineered a race of hybrids that will inherit the earth once the human race has been eliminated via an induced catastrophe. Can they be stopped?
Everybody sings their own song and everybody needs a home, but the delightful Frogdemona who was once treasured in his native land, suddenly finds himself treated as an unwelcome interloper when Fate brings him to a new island. An Illustrated Tale about Where We Belong.
Issue 6 includes scholarly articles and the annual survey of Developments in the Law. This year's subject is "The U.S. Territories." Topics include territorial federalism, deference to Guam law, Puerto Rico's place in the international community, & citizenship in American Samoa. The issue also includes an article by John Rappaport on "How Private Insurers Regulate Public Police," and Recent Cases.
The Spanish American War was a turning point in the history of the United States Army. While the US Army was successful in its operational mission of defeating the Spanish in Cuba, the Philippines, and Puerto Rico in 1898, it suffered from significant issues in administration.
A troubled family on vacation sees their problems escalate from the routine family drama to something much worse as they cross paths with scientists working on a secret time warping experiment on a nearby island. Tension and excitement build as the family's desperate plight leads them into a world where the scientists are deeply involved in solving a mystery of their own.
THROUGH THE EYES OF REBEL WOMEN: The Young Lords, 1969-1976 is the first account of women who joined the activist organization to fight for social justice and the “revolution within the revolution” believing that women’s equality was inseparable from the society’s progress as a whole. Written and edited by Iris Morales, the book includes essays, interviews, photographs and primary documents.