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By Juan Ramón Gómez

“De l. a. mano del autor nos adentraremos en las situaciones más personales del descubridor. los angeles publicación posee un ritmo rápido, ágil e instructivo, que no decae durante toda los angeles obra, haciendo que el lector esté cómodo y entretenido de principio a fin gracias a los angeles gran cantidad de información con los angeles que Gómez dota a su trabajo.”
(Web Amika entre libros)

“Un libro redondo, u ovalado como el mítico huevo terráqueo, el que nos ofrece Juan Ramón Gómez en los angeles editorial Nowtilus. Abarca de manera rigurosa y didáctica toda l. a. vida de Cristóbal Colón y toda una visión de un nuevo mundo que se abría ante los ojos atónitos del renacido hombre que todavía se esta despertando del sueño oscuro de los angeles Edad Media."
(Blog Historia con minúsculas)

Un completo retrato de los angeles vida del descubridor de América que incluye no sólo su proeza, también sus orígenes, los angeles pérdida de su gloria y el destino de sus hijos.

Para entender por qué los Reyes Católicos patrocinaron una aventura descabellada en l. a. época y financiaron el viaje de un almirante que no pertenecía a su flota, es necesario comprender el contexto europeo de l. a. época y, concretamente, l. a. situación en que quedaba España tras años de batalla contra los ejércitos musulmanes. Breve Historia de Cristóbal Colón nos llevará a esa época de Europa porque sólo desde su comprensión descubriremos las razones del viaje de Colón, pero también rescatará los detalles de los cuatro viajes del genovés y su propia decadencia y los angeles de su linaje.

Con maestría Juan Ramón Gómez nos intenta aclarar el origen, aún desconocido de Colón y su llegada a Portugal en donde, educado en los angeles Escuela de Segre, se convierte en almirante. los angeles llegada a Asia se había convertido en una prioridad política de l. a. época, pero, aún así, Colón se ve obligado a pedir ayuda a Castilla para su empresa, y no lo consigue sino después de muchos años de negociación. Esos años serán detallados por el autor dando al viaje y a Colón los angeles relevancia merecida. Después del glorioso primer viaje, de sobra conocido, acompañaremos a Colón en los siguientes, en los que queda patente su falta de liderazgo y de capacidad de gestión, por lo que vuelve encadenado y nunca recuperará el virreinato de l. a. Española. Los últimos capítulos los dedicará Juan Ramón Gómez a desvelarnos el destino incierto de los huesos de Colón y lo que ocurrió con sus dos hijos, confrontará además, los bulos que se han generado sobre el almirante a lo largo de l. a. historia con los datos fidedignos que se conservan.

Razones para comprar l. a. obra:

• l. a. obra se sumerge en los orígenes de Colón y descubre datos que pueden resultar reveladores a los angeles hora de explicar los angeles penumbra que rodea los angeles vida del navegante.
• Reivindica l. a. figura de Colón como descubridor de América y como gran navegante pero no esconde su nula capacidad de gobierno que le llevó a perder l. a. gloria en vida.
• El libro presenta numerosas ilustraciones que recrean los angeles época y al propio Colón del que no quedan referencias físicas reales.
• Enfrenta las distintas leyendas que existen sobre Colón con los datos verídicos que sobre él se conservan.

Una obra que presenta un completísimo perfil de Cristóbal Colón, un hombre que dedicó años a cumplir su sueño de llegar a las tierras del Kahn y, tras una inigualable aventura, dilapidó su gloria por su falta de liderazgo.

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His core support came as much as from the rural inhabitants of his adopted parish – and no doubt reflected their concerns – as from members of London’s radical religious milieu. Winstanley’s most significant encounter was, it seems, with a figure who would come to play a decisive role in the first few weeks of the digging, and who may well have helped influence the development of his ideas. This was William Everard, a voluble and unstable conjuror, former apprentice merchant taylor and soldier, who had been cashiered from the army for his alleged involvement in a plot to kill the king.

While Winstanley may have drawn on, or at least been attentive to, the arguments of others, this work was very much his own: The New Law of Righteousnes was one of the most extraordinary publications to appear in England’s years of revolution, and in its ambition, scope and argument it can itself be seen as truly revolutionary. Winstanley began by building on ideas that had been explored in his earlier works. He reiterated and developed the concept of the two Adams, likening the two Adams that dwelt in each individual to Esau and Jacob.

No direct reference to these other authors was needed, for readers could be expected to know who they were. In each case Winstanley took ideas associated with others active at the time – the two Adams is but one example – and developed them in ways that were uniquely his. We can see this too in his emphasis on universal redemption, and in his very deliberate attempt to appeal to those who, like him, had become dissatisfied with all existing sects and churches. 100 Although there was still some way to go before his ideas were fully developed and a clear sense given of his future direction, his was already a unique voice that compelled attention.

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