By Theodore Dreiser
The vintage depiction of the tough realities of yankee existence, the darkish part of the yankee Dream, and one man's doomed pursuit of affection and success...
"Mr. Dreiser isn't really imitative and belongs to no tuition. he's at center a mysticist and a fatalist, notwithstanding utilizing the life like strategy. he's, at the facts of this novel on my own, a power." —The manhattan occasions publication overview
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Los mejores libros jamás escritos. Penguin Clásicos conmemora, con esta edición de los angeles Obra escogida, el septingentésimo aniversario de los angeles muerte de Ramon Llull, el gran genio medieval de las letras catalanas.
«Entre viña e hinojal,
tomóme amor, Dios me hizo amar
y entre suspiro y llanto estar. »
La obra de Ramon Llull es una de las más ricas y variadas de toda los angeles literatura common. Su producción comprende más de doscientos libros de muy distintos géneros y temáticas: poesía, novela, mística, ciencia, filosofía, lógica. Las leyendas que durante siglos vistieron y enmarañaron l. a. figura de Llull, convirtiéndolo en un alquimista y un ocultista, no pudieron, sin embargo, ocultar quien es: ante todo y sobre todo, el primer gran escritor en catalán.
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Suddenly, however, a troop of soldiers with red banners confronted them and blocked their way. The leader was a man of medium stature with small eyes and a long beard whose name was Cao Cao, or more commonly, Cao Meng-de. He was from Qiaojun in Peiguo* holding the rank of an officer in the imperial army. His father was Cao Song, who had changed his family name from Xiahou to Cao because he was adopted by the eunuch Cao Teng. When Cao Cao was a child, he was also given the affectionate names of Ah-man and Ji-li.
Liu Bei and Zhu Jun himself were to attack the north and west gates respectively, leaving the east gate free to give the rebels a false impression of an escape route. Sun Jian was the first to mount the wall and killed more than twenty rebels single-handedly. The other rebels ran away but Zhao Hong, their leader, rushed over on horseback to fight with Sun Jian, his spear at the ready. Sun Jian leaped down the wall, snatched the spear, and with it pierced the rebel who fell down from his horse. Then mounting the horse, Sun Jian rode hither and thither, slaying as he went.
On arriving at Yingchuan, they heard the din of battle and saw flames rising high toward the sky. They hastened to the spot but were too late for the fighting. So they went to see the two generals to inform them of Lu Zhi’s intention. 40 “Zhang Liang and Zhang Bao have little strength left,” said the two generals, “but they will surely make for Guangzong to join Zhang Jue. ” The three brothers retraced their steps. Halfway on their journey they saw a group of soldiers escorting a prisoner in a cage-cart.
An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser