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NATURE TAKES A STAND
Título:
NATURE TAKES A STAND(Edición Digital)
Subtítulo:
Autor:
ALI ABDULKADIR
Editorial:
SBP
Materia
Narrativa Española e Hispanoamericana
ISBN:
978-1-62212-740-5
Páginas:
177
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Sinopsis

In Nature Takes a Stand, the Kikatu, at least their nomadic component, is on the verge of extinction because of their lifestyle. Their once evergreen environment has turned into a lifeless desert. The Cobbler, on the lowest rung of the social ladder and in fact a slave for all intents and purposes, rises to the occasion. Leading a "Save the Environment" movement, he begins with the call to protect the lowly herb and then makes a frontal attack on the logging industry, gaining powerful enemies. Among them is Kurtin, part of the most prominent family in the community and a logging merchant intent on keeping the old order in place. Odds are that tradition will win, defeating the forces of change. But then Mother Nature takes a stand. As a result of a cruel drought that almost decimates their herds, the Kikatu can either stay put and starve, or move in search of water and fodder, but perhaps still die for trying.