Mexique, Amérique du Sud et Amérique centrale

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The Mantle of Struggle

Par (auteur) Irving Andre
Avant-propos de David Austin
Catégories: Biographies (ouvrages généraux)

Rosie Douglas, former prime minister of Dominica, had a life unlike any other modern politician. After leaving home to study agriculture in Canada, he became a member of the young Conservatives, under ...


Based in the agrarian world of commercial sesame farming in northern Paraguay, Forecasts tells a story about what happens when global insurance companies promise financial safety nets to local farmers ...

Héroïnes et tombeaux

Certains avancent que l’écrivain Ambrose Bierce, auteur du Dictionnaire du diable, est mort fusillé au Mexique en 1915 ; d’autres, qu’il aurait plutôt poursuivi son chemin jusqu’aux tréfonds ...


What is land? A resource to be exploited? A commodity to be traded? A home to cherish? In Guatemala, a country still reeling from thirty-six years of US-backed state repression and genocides, dominant ...

Boonoonoonous Hair

Par (auteur) Olive Senior
Illustré par Laura James
Catégories: Romans (Jeunesse)

In this beautifully illustrated picture book a young girl learns to love her difficult-to-manage but electric, kinetic, bombastic, fantastic, twirly, whirly, curly, fuzzy, snappy, nappy, wavy, crazy, ...

In Defense of Small Producers

Par (auteur) Marco Coscione
Catégories: Relations internationales

In an international geopolitical panorama where Northern countries are increasingly in crisis and where the most interesting alternatives to sustainable development are coming from the South, the Latin ...

Darien Gap, The

Par (auteur) Martin Mitchinson
Catégories: Récits de voyages

Finalist for the 2009 Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction

If you want to drive from North America to South America, you’ll have a hard time when you reach Panama’s southernmost province, Darien. ...

Wheel and Come Again

Édité par Kwame Dawes
Catégories: Poésie

The beat and language of reggae arose from the Jamaican countryside and the sidewalks of Kingston, but they’re basic for the poets represented in Wheel and Come Again. This remains true even though ...