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by Marjorie Kanter

eBook I Displace the Air as I Walk (Spanish Edition) ePub
Author: Marjorie Kanter
Language: Spanish
ISBN: 8460799697
ISBN13: 978-8460799696
Publisher: Jose Luis Delgado Guitart/ La espiral escrita (May 30, 2011)
Pages: 248
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 772
Formats: txt azw lrf mobi
ePub file: 1202 kb
Fb2 file: 1684 kb

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I displace the air as I walk. ABOUT THE POET ~ Marjorie Kanter (Cinti, Ohio 1943) writes and gives creativity writing workshops from her base in Madrid and Tarifa, Spain where she has lived for the past almost 30 years

I displace the air as I walk. ABOUT THE POET ~ Marjorie Kanter (Cinti, Ohio 1943) writes and gives creativity writing workshops from her base in Madrid and Tarifa, Spain where she has lived for the past almost 30 years. Her short literary pieces and poems are sparked from her journal entries and often focus on issues of in/communication within and across cultures.

The Spanish walk is a trained movement performed by a horse. While at a walk, as the horse raises each foreleg off the ground, it lifts the leg in an exaggerated upward and forward manner. While the Spanish walk is loosely affiliated with the field of dressage, it is more of a trick or circus movement and not included in any modern dressage tests. It is often taught to horses of the Andalusian and Lusitano breeds and is considered a part of the horse culture in Spain

Definition of walk Spanish in the Idioms Dictionary. To force one to leave a place. The phrase might have originally referred to the actions of pirates.

Definition of walk Spanish in the Idioms Dictionary. What does walk Spanish expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. A: "Why are you home so early?" B: "Well, they made me walk Spanish. be made to walk under compulsion. The origins of this expression are not clear. It may refer to the practice of pirates on the Spanish Main, who forced their captives to walk in a particular direction by gripping their collar and trousers tightly.

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We RECOMMEND this book to our members as valuable tool for learning survival Spanish. Even the table of contents suffers this gross error. -Association of Residents of Costa Rica (ARCR). The numerical equivalents are even displaced so much that the English appears on one series of pages and the Spanish on wholly separate pages.

Marjorie Kanter’s first book of short literary pieces/poems was published in 2004 by Ediciones La Espiral Escrita

Marjorie Kanter’s first book of short literary pieces/poems was published in 2004 by Ediciones La Espiral Escrita. This is a collection of her writings from her journals of the past eighteen years, during which time she has traveled through Madrid, the Dominican Republic, Morocco, and the United States.

Marjorie Kanter uses a free style of writing that captures events and personal experiences of real life in different cultural and geographical environments. She plays with words and grammar, mixes languages and uses other techniques to give the right tone to her short literary pieces. Reading this book is an unique experience.
Anaragelv
Marjorie Kanter writes in a sparing, wry and whimsical style that moves anyone who

loves to travel and observe. Her verse evokes an "Aha" as we meet a Spaniard eating potato chips with knife and fork, encounter a disoriented Moroccan during Ramadan, and smile as a Boston girl applies confidence to her lips. Kanter has lived for years in each place she writes about, so with a few words she implies entire stories.

-Al Gowan, author SANTIAGO RAG, ZAMORA'S TATTOO and FORT MOMMA.
Braswyn
This is a gem of a book that pulls together writings from Marjorie's travels around the world. She manages to draw the reader into her everyday world with an insight into events that for many would otherwise go unnoticed. Her understated and simple style masks a depth of understanding and she tackles complex, and at times controversial, issues with ease. Recommended reading for anyone looking to delve further into the world we live in and the dynamics behind social interaction and communication. Be prepared to smile often and be charmed!
Elizabeth
Marjorie Kanter's, I Displace the Air as I Walk, has the ability to use words in their most basic and elemental meaning. Concise, poweful, and tingid with humor and irony. It is one of such very rare books that convey a very sophisticated, urbane, and intense understanding of the complexities of the human condition. Moreover, it is quite accesible and deeply personal, conveying a wonderful sense of our fragile but unique existential reality. Furthermore, you pick it up and you immediately find something that touches you.
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