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Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Works by Marciano Guerrero

Marciano Guerrero   ÍNDICE DE OTRAS OBRAS DEL PROFESOR MARCIANO GUERREROTRANSLATIONS AND EDITIONS IN ENGLISH ALGER, Horacio Jr., Joe the Hotel Boy ARNOLD, Matthew, Culture and Anarchy B...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Sunday Humor

After a thorough investigation, a rich gangster finds out that his bookkeeper has cheated him out of $10 million. His bookkeeper is deaf. That was the reason he got the job in the first plac...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Madame Bovary en Español contemporáneo

Una de las novelas cumbre del siglo 19. Ahora en Español contemporáneo.Traduccion de Marciano Guerrero Madame Bovary
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Adorable lips

Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Review of La Dame aus Camelias

This is such a good book. I love it and would read it again and again. It is about the most famous French courtesan of the 1800's falling in love with a man who cannot afford her and the rel...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

The Highest scorer in Accounting II Karen Lozada

A great mix of brains and beauty:
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Lumber Liquidators

Lumber Liquidators will never recover from their self-inflicted wounds. The laminate hard floors they sold to millions of households contained Formaldehyde, which is a carcinogenic noxious ...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary

Since high school, Madame Bovary has been a continued source of admiration; not for the story itself─a sordid story of adultery in stagnant French provincial life─but for the author’s techni...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Luca Pacioli and Leonardo DaVinci: Domestic Partners

Luca Pacioli and Leonardo DaVinci--Renaissance men--were both mathematical geniuses. Leonardo was more inclined towards military engineering, while Luca towards abstract and pure math. When ...
Professor Guerrero's Blog · 11M ago

Story Writing Tips: Diaphora, Puns, and Zeugma

Image via WikipediaA figure of speech that master writers use to their advantage is the diaphora, in which a common word is used for a second time —within the same phrase, clause, or sentenc...