By Marcia Cotlan
Catalina siempre ha amado a Mateo Aspériz, pero está obligada a casarse con Tobías Ordaz. Para ello deja su Vizcaya natal y parte rumbo a Maracaibo, donde el que será su esposo tiene una hacienda productora de cacao. Unos meses después, Mateo emprende el mismo viaje para ir en su búsqueda.El tiempo, los angeles distancia y que Tobía s no resulta ser el hombre despreciable que ella creía, harán que los angeles joven se plantee si el amor que siente por Mateo es verdadero y si realmente odia a su futuro marido.En medio de esta encrucijada, se descubre un bad secreto de su pasado que ensombrece aún más su difícil y complicada situación. Ahora que está sola y despojada de todo cuanto creía suyo, ¿será capaz de escuchar los dictados de su corazón?Marcia Cotlan nació en Asturias en 1975. Es una lectora voraz desde muy pequeña. Toda su vida los angeles recuerda leyendo, desde Madame Bovary hasta las novelas de Karen Robards o Crónicas marcianas de Ray Bradbury. No hay un género literario que le guste más que otro. Siempre cube que le gustan las novelas bien escritas, independientemente de su género.Estudió Filología y actualmente trabaja como profesora de Literatura.Escribe desde niña. Su primer poema aparece publicado en l. a. revista de su colegio y estaba dedicado a los angeles primavera. Escribió poesía hasta l. a. adolescencia, ganó varios concursos literarios, y después comenzó a escribir narrativa, sobre todo relatos fantásticos, con algunos de los cuales también ganó concursos. Su salto a l. a. novela romántica se produjo tras leer a autoras como Mary Jo Putney y Kathleen Woodiwiss. Su primera novela publicada es Corazones heridos.
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23) of spatio-temporal continuity used the notion of a place being contiguous to another place occupied at a prior temporal instant by a certain object, that is, to a place which is the same place as that occupied previously by a certain object. But what is the same place as a place at a different instant depends, as we have seen, on the frame of reference which we choose. But then how can we show spatio-temporal continuity without presupposing a frame, and in that case is not what counts as the 'same material object' dependent on the frame we choose, just as is what counts as the 'same place'?
The scientists are now Spaces 45 faced with two alternatives. If they claim that the two environments are both in the same space, they have to admit a discontinuity of scientific laws, that one law holds in one environment and in the other environment a different law holds; at the boundary between the two regions matter becomes subject to a discontinuous change of behaviour (there being no evidence within each region of any gradual change oflaw). To adopt this hypothesis would thus be to introduce an awkward complexity into science, and the scientist following the principle of scientific methodology that he ought to adopt the simplest hypothesis consistent with observations might well prefer the (admittedly provisional) hypothesis that the two places had no spatial relations to each other.
They would do this if the best explanation which could be found for them was in terms of occurrences in another space. I cannot see any reason in principle against this, but I find it impossible in practice to construct a convincing enough example of occurrences clearly best explained in this way. I suspect that experience or testimony are needed as reasons for such a radical faith. Other spaces are not merely a matter of philosophical thought-experiment. The traditional Christian doctrine of Heaven may most plausibly be regarded as a doctrine about another space.