Armando Chávez-Rivera, an assistant professor at the University of Houston- Victoria, has published four books, among them Cuba per se. Contrapunteo Cubano Del Tabaco Y El Azucar/Cuban Counterpoint Of Tabacco & Sugar (Letras Hispanicas, ) has 73 ratings and 5 reviews. Nicholas said. Fri, 21 Dec GMT contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y pdf – Descargar. Libros en PDF – «Contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y el azúcar» , de.

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None of your libraries hold this item. Alfonso rated it really liked it Sep 02, In the course of my two-month stay at the Ransom Center, I followed this thread of analysis in the letters between Knopf Inc. In the spring ofAlfred A. El titulo proviene de la musica folclorica cubana, la disputa o controversia se crea entre dos productos convertidos en personajes: Balanced more in the first section, but still a recurring theme throughout the entire text is the intimate link between tobacco and the soul of Cuban culture, and the positive aspects of its history and success.

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I skipped many of its tedious pages but because it is such a classic, I gave it 4 stars. Other suppliers National Library of Australia – Copies Direct The National Library may be able to supply you with a photocopy or electronic copy of all or part of this item, for a fee, depending on copyright restrictions. Login to add to list. I read the Knopf Inc.


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Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. His sociological approach shines as Ortiz demonstrates the different lifestyles between those huddled in sugar factories versus the more independent tobacco farmer. In order to set up a contrapunto of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. Contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y el azucar: Knopf visited several countries in the region in View online Borrow Buy. Physical Description p. His research at the Ransom Center was funded by the Alfred A.

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You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. Lists What are lists? Set up My libraries How do I cubbano up “My libraries”? George Cole rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Open Preview See a Problem? The humanistic and egalitarian aspects of tobacco are stressed through some often extreme but nonetheless elegantly illustrated narratives in the first half of the book.


No szcar or quizzes yet. Rebecca Valley rated it liked it Aug 25, Ferruccio rated it liked it Jan 01, We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Ortiz uses the introduction of sugar to the geography and economy as a way to demonstrate and give reason for the modernization of Cuba, and for the most part shows it as having a negative impact.

Sugar, with its foreign roots in the Far East, what Columbus died thinking Cuba was indeed a part of, manifests itself as a force of change, intervention, mechanization and subsequently invasion.

Author Ortiz, Fernando, These 2 locations in All: Il libro contrappone i due prodotti di Cuba: This single location in Victoria: Cristina rated it really liked it Mar 22, Books by Fernando Ortiz. He worked as a journalist tqbaco more than a decade in Latin America, with long stays in various countries in the region, and has published in magazines and popular journals.