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  • The Gaucho's Lady

    Book 1 - Los Caballeros
    After a self-imposed exile in Argentina, Juan Moreno is ready to return home to California, wiser, wearier, and a widower. But the night before his departure, a wealthy landowner’s daughter appears in his simple room with a gun and demands that he kidnap her.Eliana Suarez never wanted to leave home; the pampas are deep in her blood. But when her cruel father insists she marry a man even crueler ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • Children of Facundo

    Caudillo and Gaucho Insurgency during the Argentine State-Formation Process (La Rioja, 1853-1870)

    In Children of Facundo Ariel de la Fuente examines postindependence Argentinian instability and political struggle from the perspective of the rural lower classes. As the first comprehensive regional study to explore nineteenth-century society, culture, and politics in the Argentine interior—where more than 50 percent of the population lived at the time—the book departs from the predominant Buenos ... Read more

    $19.49 USD

  • Gaspar the Gaucho

    by Mayne Reid ...
    Mayne Reid tells the story of a Gaucho who wanders the plains of South America. ... Read more

    $0.99 USD

  • The Insufferable Gaucho

    Translated by Chris Andrews ...
    These five astonishing stories, along with two compelling essays, show Bolano as a magician, pulling bloodthirsty rabbits out of his hat.The stories in The Insufferable Gaucho — unpredictable and daring, highly controlled yet somehow haywire — might concern a stalwart rat police detective investigating terrible rodent crimes, or an elusive plagiarist, or an elderly Argentine lawyer giving up city ... Read more

    $11.59 USD

  • Gaspar the Gaucho

    by Mayne Reid ...
    Gaspar the Gaucho Mayne Reid, scots-irish american novelist (1818-1883) This ebook presents «Gaspar the Gaucho», from Mayne Reid. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Table of Contents -01- About this book -02- PART I. GASPAR THE GAUCHO -03- PART II. GASPAR THE GAUCHO   ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • The Invention of the Jewish Gaucho

    Villa Clara and the Construction of Argentine Identity

    By the mid-twentieth century, Eastern European Jews had become one of Argentina’s largest minorities. Some represented a wave of immigration begun two generations before; many settled in the province of Entre Ríos and founded an agricultural colony. Taking its title from the resulting hybrid of acculturation, The Invention of the Jewish Gaucho examines the lives of these settlers, who represented ... Read more

    $18.99 USD

  • The Little Jewish Gaucho

    This book was written in loving memory of her beloved father Adolfo Krell, whose story tells of true life experiences of his early childhood. He was a 1st 'generation child' born in the Pampas of Argentina in 1898 to immigrant parents. The family survived the Pogroms of Eastern Europe in the middle late 1800's. Historical records indicate that the Krell family migrated to Argentina to settle in ... Read more

    $7.19 USD

  • The Gaucho Genre

    A Treatise on the Motherland

    Translated by Molly Weigel ...
    Hailed when first published in Spanish in 1988 as one of the best contemporary examples of Latin American critical thought, Josefina Ludmer’s El género gauchesco describes the emergence of gaucho poetry—which uses the voice of the cowboy of the Argentine pampas for political purposes—as an urgent encounter of popular and elite tradition, of subaltern and hegemonic discourses. Molly Weigel’s ... Read more

    $19.49 USD

  • Summary & Study Guide: The Insufferable Gaucho

    by BookRags ...
    This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion. ... Read more

    $9.99 USD

  • Gaspar the Gaucho

    According to Wikipedia: "Thomas Mayne Reid (April 4, 1818 October 22, 1883), was an Irish-American novelist. "Captain" Reid wrote many adventure novels akin to those written by Frederick Marryat and Robert Louis Stevenson. He was a great admirer of Lord Byron. These novels contain action that takes place primarily in untamed settings: the American West, Mexico, South Africa, the Himalayas, and ... Read more

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  • Gaspar the Gaucho

    Set in South America, in Paraguay, the hero and his band of friends have many an adventure, just in the course of one voyage, or undertaking. They frequently get themselves into dangerous and risky situations, but always by their superior bush-craft manage to get themselves out of them after having practically died, or at least having seen their horses die. ... Read more

    $4.00 USD

  • Gaspar the Gaucho