Instrucciones para Destruir la Realidad – Óscar de la Borbolla. Instrucciones para Destruir la Realidad. by: Óscar de la Borbolla (author). Format: paperback. Borbolla, Oscar de La – La Rebeldía Del Pensar (Fragmento) – Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online. Óscar Ernesto de la Borbolla y Rondero. Ciudad de México, 8 de septiembre de POETA. ESCRITOR. FILOSOFO. Universidad Nacional.
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New Acquisitions Criticism
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History of the evolution of the Hispanic American novel by Mexican author and intellectual Carlos Fuentes. Cal y Arena,p. Brings together, for the first time, penssr texts Lezama Lima wrote for a column in the Havana newspaper Diario de la Marina in and UAM Penzar,p.
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La rebeldía de pensar
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