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"Estoy amando esta biografía. Vibrante por su narrativa, la perspectiva indicada, correctamente investigada por una contemporánea que tuvo la oportunidad de hablar con sus amigos, conocidos, su padre y usar sus cartas" Aug 19, 2019 11:29PM

 
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Camila Picardo is 60% done with The Life of Charlotte Brontë: Estoy amando esta biografía. Vibrante por su narrativa, la perspectiva indicada, correctamente investigada por una contemporánea que tuvo la oportunidad de hablar con sus amigos, conocidos, su padre y usar sus cartas
The Life of Charlotte Brontë by Elizabeth Gaskell
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Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
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Ideas by Peter Watson
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Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
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La campana de cristal by Sylvia Plath
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La campana de cristal: Un testimonio poético de la depresión y un grito de auxilio Creo que cualquier que este interesado en psicología o feminismo debería leer este libro.

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¿Te atreves a cuestionar tus creencias? Este es tu libro. El espejismo de Dios de divulgación atea con fuerte sazón científica para los creyentes, no creyentes y confundidos. En realidad para cualquier persona curiosa.

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Camila Picardo is 30% done with The Life of Charlotte Brontë: Me encanta. La historia de Charlotte y las hermanas Brontë es tan interesante e injusta como la de cualquiera de las protagonistas de Gaskell
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