Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Santiago Posteguillo, filólogo, lingüista y doctor europeo por la Universidad de Valencia, es en la actualidad profesor titular. Santiago Posteguillo is senior lecturer in English Language and Linguistics at the Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain. He is also president of the Eur. Santiago Posteguillo has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Santiago Posteguillo’s most popular book is Africanus: El hijo del cónsul (Publio Corn.
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It seems unlikely that Cneius Scipio played as great a role as Posteguillo depicts in the military training of his nephews Publius and Lucius Scipio. Later I acquired the other two books from another source. Please try again later. Escritores malditos, escritoras olvidadas Spanish Edition Sep 12, My view of historical novels has totally changed after these two books.
He is author of over seventy academic publications, including Netlinguistics: And I’m delighted that I did. Europa Press in Spanish.
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Book Review: Africanus: El Hijo Del Consul | The Death of Carthage
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. A few years before the war started, a child was born who was destined to change the course of history: I found it fascinating, alive, filling my imagination and possessing my mind when I wasn’t reading, and absorbing the totality of my mind when I was. Son of the Consul is the first book of a trilogy by Santiago Posteguillo which may well be the most comprehensive account of the Second Punic War and it’s aftermath written in modern times.
Views Read Edit View history. The book also delves into the life and motivations of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general who took an army over the Alps to invade Rome.
Africanus 1/El hijo del consul
People from Valencia Valencian writers University of Valencia alumni Spanish afrocanus 21st-century Spanish writers Spanish historical novelists Spanish male novelists births Living people.
Santiago Posteguillo achieved his doctorate at the University of Valencia. Teanka kills them lovingly 28 31 Nov africanuz, A child got the name of his father, Publio Cornelio Escipion, who was consul of Rome during the first year of that war.
Vuela Conmigo Richard Bach. Retrieved 31 December There is only one slight problema-the book is in Spanish and there is no English translation available. May 1, Sold by: The heroic deeds of the son of the Consul reached such magnitude that his people gave him a special nickname, because of the territories he conquered: Learn more about Amazon Prime. Saantiago trilogy continued in Circus Maximuspublished on August 29,and the final novel of the trilogy, The Lost Posteugillowas published in the spring of Available for download now.
He pays attention to the Elizabethan theater and the relationship between English and American literature with film, music and other arts.
Book Review: Africanus: El Hijo Del Consul
It is not unlikely that Fabius did harbor a certain feeling of jealousy toward young Scipio.
I found nothing in the writings of ancient historians to indicate that Fabius was ever in cahoots with Gaius Claudius Nero and Gaius Terentius Varro.
Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Interspersed among the accounts of the movers and shakers of the time is the story of Titus Macius a wretched ne’re-do-well living a barely sustainable life on the streets of Rome.