Matilde is an apprehensive single mother who loves her teen, Ambar, above all things. With little time on her hands, this working woman has no alternative but to entrust Dany, the local college bus driver, with the task of taking her teen to and from college.
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Desde los orígenes, la humaniman ha tenido que hacer frente a una cuestión fundamental: la forma de preservar y transmitir su cultura, es decir, sus creencias y conocimientos, tanto en el espacio como en el tiempo.
The mythological founder of the city is Hercules (), commonly identified with the Phoenician god Melqart, who the myth says sailed through the Strait of Gibraltar to the Atlantic, and founded trading posts at the current sites of Cádiz and of Seville.The original core of the city, in the neighbourhood of the present-day street, Cuesta del Rosario, dates to the 8th century BC, when Seville …
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At 25, a friend introduced me to “Surfing Finnegans Wake,” in which a nasally man lectures for three hours, ostensibly off-the-cuff, on the psychedelic, boundary-dissolving experience of reading James Joyce. It was Terence McKenna. I remember thinking his voice sounded extra-terrestrial.