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Para un entusiasta de la lectura, es muy necesario identificar formatos comunes de libros electrónicos. El formato EPUB que se usa comúnmente en el mercado de libros electrónicos es un requisito previo que otros. Como los dispositivos de lectura y el software de Kobo, Nook y Sony son compatibles con los libros electrónicos en formato EPUB. Aquí puedes descargar el libro Descarga directa de Kindle Books Short People por Joshua Furst FB2 EPUB 978-0375714078 en epub y pdf.

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  • Libro de calificación:
    4.20 de 5 (457 votos)
  • Título Original: Short People
  • Autor del libro: Joshua Furst
  • ISBN: 978-0375714078
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:224
  • Realese fecha:2003-06-18
  • Descargar Formatos: EPUB, PGD, AZW, MOBI, PDF, TXT, MS WORD, FB2
  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.20 Mb
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Short People por Joshua Furst Libro PDF, EPUB

James Michener Fellowship winner Joshua Furst's widely acclaimed debut collection explores the perils and paradoxes of childhood in ten harrowing, moving, and surprising stories, offering a rare and unsentimental depiction of the lives of American youth. In "The Age of Exploration", two boys experience the world so differently-Billy through science; Jason with fantastical James Michener Fellowship winner Joshua Furst's widely acclaimed debut collection explores the perils and paradoxes of childhood in ten harrowing, moving, and surprising stories, offering a rare and unsentimental depiction of the lives of American youth. In "The Age of Exploration", two boys experience the world so differently-Billy through science; Jason with fantastical powers of imagination-that they sense their lives will stray irrevocably away from each other. In "Red Lobster", which won the Nelson Algren Award, a gaggle of children try to please the father who has rounded them up from their various homes to take them to a fateful dinner. And in the collection's climactic story, "Failure to Thrive", a maternity ward nurse takes compassion too far. Emotionally astute, brilliantly written, these stories mark the arrival of a powerful new voice in American literature.