Shua


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Synonyms for Shua

any branch of Shinto other than Kokka

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Shua forgoes campiness in favor of a more shaded approach, combining humor with gravitas, and allowing absurdities to flourish alongside the problems of a family fractured by its own dysfunctional habits.
Denise Leon nos da a conocer la perspectiva que propone para analizar las obras de Kamenszain y Shua.
Es un placer y honor y toda una emocion estar aqui junto a Ana Maria Shua presentandola a Uds.
A ma queia, ama shua, avalulla: Seas: no ladron, no mentiroso, no perezoso.
Various motifs in the oeuvre of Cesar Tiempo, Marcos Agunis, Mario Goloboff, Alicia Steinberg, Ricardo Feierstein, and Ana Maria Shua have been discussed in scholarly journals.
We like all da peopo know fo shua how you stay, an dat you good an spesho inside, an we like dem give you plenny respeck.
ANA MARIA SHUA is the author of more than a dozen novels.
Her younger peers such as Ana Maria Shua, also influenced by Cortazar, are already exploring and exploiting new venues, signaling a way out of the current literary crisis.
Secret Weavers includes many well known Southern Cone writers--including one Uruguayan--whose works have already been translated into English (Maria Luisa Bombal, Silvina Ocampo, Luisa Valenzuela, Isabel Allende, Cristina Peri Rossi), as well as writers whose works appear here in English for the first time (Ana Maria Shua, Luisa Mercedes Levinson).
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Han pasado por aqui Ana Maria Shua, Raul Brasa, Andres Neuman viene cada vez que puede, en fin, de todo un poco.
Businesswoman and head of women's workshops committee in The Eastern Province Committee Shua Al-Dahailan said women represent 20 percent of the national labor force.
No flowers by request, donations if desired may be made at the service to support local charity SHUA.
Humorismo y fantastico en la microficcion argentina: Raul Brasca, Rosalba Campra, Ana Maria Shua.
En este panorama de la literatura que siguio al llamado boom, el autor resalta un desgaste de la literatura politica y un giro hacia la violencia gratuita, por un lado, y la (re)aparicion de ficciones breves como el microrrelato, los minicuentos y fragmentos, entre cuyos artifices se destacan Ana Maria Shua, Guillermo Samperio, Andres Neuman, Luisa Valenzuela y Fernando Iwasaki, por el otro.