El Peligro de la Historia Única
ISBN: 8439733925
EAN13: 9788439733928
Language: Spanish
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 6.00" L x 4.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback

El Peligro de la Historia Única - Spanish Language Edition

Book Overview
La TED talk m s popular de Chimamanda, con m s de doce millones de reproducciones. Las historias importan. Importan muchas historias. Las historias se han utilizado para desposeer y calumniar, pero tambi n pueden usarse para facultar y humanizar. Pueden quebrar la dignidad de un pueblo, pero tambi n pueden restaurarla. Con su caracter stico amor por las historias, en este manifiesto Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie hace una llamada a rechazar los relatos nicos. Se trata de su primera TED Talk, un emotivo discurso que han visto m s de tres millones de personas. Con rotundidad y calidez, la autora reivindica la riqueza de la infinitud de historias que nos conforman. En este texto -que se cierra con una reflexi n de la fil sofa Marina Garc s- Ngozi Adichie alerta sobre los peligros de reducir una persona, un pa s o una cultura a un relato un voco, pues solo cuando comprendemos que nunca existe una nica historia, subraya, recuperamos una especie de para so. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Chimamanda's most popular TED Talk, with over twelve million views. Stories matter. Many stories matter. At times, stories have been used to deprive people of things and slander others, but they can also be used to empower and humanize them. They can breakdown people's dignity, but they can also restore it. With her characteristic love for stories, in this manifesto Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie calls on people to reject a single story. This is her first TED Talk, an emotional speech that has been seen by over twelve million people. With determination and kindness, she claims the wealth of the endless stories that shape us. In this text, which ends with a reflection from philosopher Marina Garc s, Ngozi Adichie warns about the dangers of reducing a person, a country, or a whole culture, to an unequivocal and definite story; because only when we understand that there is never just one single story, we can recover a kind of paradise.