Las ocurrencias del increíble Mulá Nasrudín [NOOK Book]

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El Mulá Nasrudín (el maestro), figura popular internacional, de origen medieval y de eterno atractivo, es el héroe (o antihéroe) de un repertorio de situaciones que invitan a la hilaridad, concebidas para ilustrar las enseñanzas sufíes. Las ocurrencias del increíble Mulá Nasrudín contiene historias que utilizaron los grandes maestros del sufismo como Rumi, Jami y Attar, y también otras que Idries Shah rescató de antiguos manuscritos y de ciclos de literatura y tradición orales de las culturas persa, afgana, ...
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Las ocurrencias del increíble Mulá Nasrudín

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Overview


El Mulá Nasrudín (el maestro), figura popular internacional, de origen medieval y de eterno atractivo, es el héroe (o antihéroe) de un repertorio de situaciones que invitan a la hilaridad, concebidas para ilustrar las enseñanzas sufíes. Las ocurrencias del increíble Mulá Nasrudín contiene historias que utilizaron los grandes maestros del sufismo como Rumi, Jami y Attar, y también otras que Idries Shah rescató de antiguos manuscritos y de ciclos de literatura y tradición orales de las culturas persa, afgana, turca y árabe. La colección de historias que ofrecemos al lector ha sido ilustrada con una gracia exquisita, no exenta de cierta melancolía, por Richard Williams, el artista, pintor e ilustrador de diseños tan conocidos como el de la célebre «pantera rosa».
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  • ISBN-13: 9788449329753
  • Publisher: Grupo Planeta
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Planeta
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 5 MB

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    Posted October 12, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2014

    thief: prologue I watched from the edge of the silent crowd with

    thief: prologue
    I watched from the edge of the silent crowd with steel blue eyes, with almost a half glare, wishing the security hadn’t been that good. There was an uptight princess being crowned today, and my best apprentice was doing the operation. He wouldn’t fail. He couldn’t. There was two figures, both princesses. One was dressed in a fluffy pink dress, as if she was completely innocent, but the face revealed it all, the condescending face, the upturned nose, and the look of absolute idiocy topped it all. I hated these types of people, always thinking they were above everyone else, and apparently, they learned it early. The girl couldn’t have been more than eight. Considering my apprentice was probably around the same age, and a little smaller, that’s probably not a good thing. Or maybe it was, considering the operation. The second one was dressed in a long, flowing royal blue dress and must’ve been around sixteen. She seemed perfect, not like the snooty younger one, but not nervous or fidgety either. She must’ve been the one being crowned. I really hoped he could pull it off, with his background and all. I heard an almost imperceptible hiss, the sound of a blade unsheathing. I knew it was time. I nodded to my apprentice, and watched, smiling. He slipped the knife under his sleeve, with only the very tip showing. I could notice it, I taught him how to do it, but nobody but another highly trained assassin could tell it was there. I taught him well. I smiled cruelly, and watched the show. He stepped into the walkway, looking as if he had stumbled, and ‘accidentally’ fell onto the older princess. He stepped back. The knife gleamed red, and the princess doubled over. Crimson slowly soaked through the royal blue dress. Right to the heart. I was impressed. He looked at me, and I nodded imperceptibly. He had done well. I made my way to the front of the crowd, pretending to be helping the princess, all the while grabbing the knife from him and giving him a cloak to put on to disguise himself. We made our way back to the edges of the crowd. I slipped the knife into the pocket of a nearby boy that looked similar to my apprentice, and we left. The mission was a success. (sry im posting on my computer. technical difficulties with my nook, along with the fact i dont want to have to retype this from the original script. hope you enjoy. first chapter in next res.)

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