El libro DESIG escrito en español sobre Narrativa histórica contiene 326 paginas, escritas por el escritor RICHARD FLANAGAN , 2017 distribuido por la editoral RAYO VERDE
Designing is a story about the ambition, desires and longings that surround us.
It brings together two icons of Western civilization: a disastrous arctic exploration and one of the most infamous episodes in the history of humanitarianism: the colonization of Tasmania.
Charles Dickens has published Oliver Twist with great success and has lost his name and his small film, the Dora.
In the remote penal colony of Terra de Van Diemen, an Aboriginal girl modelled a portrait on a remnant of red silk.
This baby is Mathinna, the adoptive daughter of the governor of l'illa, Sir John Franklin.
Her gift, Lady Jane, served Mathinna in an experiment to determine whether science, Christianity and reason can be imposed upon barbarism, extremities and design.
Years later, at some point in Artic, Sir John Franklin disappeared with his crew on an expedition to find the arrival of the Nord-oest canal. Richard Flanagan is one of the most inventive international literary voices, and Desig shows the way design, with our control or denial, shapes our vines.