By Fernando García de Cortázar, Ruiz de Aguirre

ISBN-10: 843290046X

ISBN-13: 9788432900464


¿Quién cube que l. a. historia es aburrida? Basta acercarse a l. a. de España para ver que no es así, que se trata de una auténtica aventura que tiene de todo: emoción, drama, épica e inluso comedia.Está protagonizada por culturas llegadas de los más recónditos lugares del mundo: fenicios, griegos, cartagineses, romanos, visigodos, judíos o árabes, que han dejado una huella indeleble en el paisaje, las lenguas y las tradiciones españolas.Con el estilo fresco y desenfadado routine de los angeles Colección para Dummies, este libro quiere hacernos revivir esa aventura en el tiempo, presentarnos a sus principales protagonistas y mostrarnos su aportación en el mundo.- ¿Una colección de fechas? - En absoluto, sólo las justas para situar cronológicamente cada acontecimiento, porque los angeles hsitoria debe ser, sobre todo, una narración seductora que permita conocernos mejor.- Vida cotidiana - l. a. historia no tiene por qué centrarse sólo en los angeles política o en l. a. economía, si no que debe contemplar también los angeles vida cotidiana y los aspectos sociales, artísticos y culturales.- Curiosidades y anécdotas - ¿cuándo y cómo nació los angeles bandera española? ¿cuál fue el rey que permaneció más tiempo en el trono? ¿Y el qué menos? ¿cuál fue los angeles primera película española? A todo eso y más da respuesta este libro.- Para picoetar - No hace falta que hagas una lectura lineal, puedes ir a los temas que te despierten más curiosidad.

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Fernando García de Cortázar y Ruiz de Aguirre es historiador y ocupa un lugar destacado en el landscape de las letras españolas. Gracias a su prosa brillante, llena de emoción, los españoles conocen y aman los angeles historia de su país, que han podido disfrutar a través de los más variados enfoques por él ofrecidos. El historiador bilbaíno escribe como un buen novelista, pero no se aparta en ningún momento de su vocación docente e investigadora desarrollada en los angeles Universidad de Deusto, donde numerosos discípulos han podido aprender de su magisterio.

Si de su Breve Historia de España se ha dicho que es el top vendor más importante de los angeles historiografía española de los últimos años, de toda su extensa obra — cincuenta y siete libros, algunos traducidos a otros idiomas y muchos de ellos repetidamente editados— se ha escrito que conjuga con maestría el profundo conocimiento del pasado y el admirable dominio del arte de los angeles síntesis. Historia de España: de Atapuerca al Estatut, Los mitos de l. a. Historia de España, Atlas de Historia de España, Los perdedores de los angeles historia de España, Breve Historia de l. a. cultura en España, Leer España, son títulos exitosos de García de Cortázar que responden a l. a. convicción de que el examen del ayer es garantía del futuro y a l. a. voluntad de llevar al presente su reflexión histórica llamando a las cosas por su nombre. El autor de los angeles novedosa Historia de España desde el arte, con los angeles que obtuvo el Premio Nacional de Historia 2008, es un historiador militante de su tiempo que ha popularizado l. a. historia de España también mediante l. a. prensa y l. a. televisión. Actualmente dirige l. a. Fundación Dos de Mayo, Nación y Libertad, de l. a. Comunidad de Madrid.

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