Mi Mundo Adorado The first Hispanic American on the U S Supreme Court shares the story of her early life describing her youth in a Bronx housing project the ambition that fueled her Ivy League education and the ind

  • Title: Mi Mundo Adorado
  • Author: Sonia Sotomayor
  • ISBN: 0345804090
  • Page: 474
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  • The first Hispanic American on the U.S Supreme Court shares the story of her early life, describing her youth in a Bronx housing project, the ambition that fueled her Ivy League education, and the individuals who helped shaped her career.

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      Published :2019-07-23T00:12:37+00:00

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    1. La vida de esta mujer de origen puertorriqueño es un relato inspirador. Como la inteligencia, el tesón, el duro trabajo, las ganas de aprender ,y la familia (con todas sus virtudes y defectos ) le han hecho salvar todos los obstáculos de una niñez y entorno social complicado hasta lograr ser Juez de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de los Estados Unidos. Quizás esa dedicación tan exclusiva al trabajo le ha impedido tener una vida sentimental más plena , pero sin duda a ella le ha compensado [...]


    2. Uno de los libros más inspiradores que he leído, crudo y tierno a la vez. El relato de un viaje hacia el éxito, partiendo de una realidad muy humilde. Muy recomendable, una mujer admirable.


    3. El relato me ha conmovido, ilustrado,intrigado. Nos cuenta, con fluidez y encanto, su infancia de niña pobre en el Bronx. Su familia de inmigrados puertorriqueños, padre alcohólico, madre tenaz, enfermera, abuelita sostén de su vida interior, medio espiritista. Enseña mucho sobre lo que suponía ser pobre y lo que se pagaba por salir de aquella ratonera en los tiempos de Kennedy. ¡En los tiempos de Kennedy! Su pasión por aprender,(la única herramienta que tuvo en su casa fue una "Enciclo [...]


    4. I chose this book to improve my Spanish and it was a lot of work but rewarding. She is an admirable person, humble, appreciative, persevering, hard working and mature and professional.


    5. Una feliz sorpresa descubrir las habilidades literarias de la ministra de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos. Escrito de manera sencilla, sin poses, muestra la extraordinaria calidad humana de Sonia Sotomayor y la fortaleza que la llevó a superar todos los escenarios poco favorecedores en los que se desenvolvió desde pequeña, empezando por la diabetes diagnosticada a tan corta edad, para convertirse no sólo en un ejemplo a seguir por cualquier persona, por cualquier mujer, sino en la má [...]


    6. I am not fluent enough to write a review in Spanish but this was an amazing book. Judge Sotomayor has provided a wonderful biography that is filled with both hope and suffering. It seems that anytime she hit a crisis in her life, she took the high road and figured out what was best for her and even more importantly the society she serves. Her devotion to her family as well as her job was related in stories that made sense to all.The book is written for everyone not just those involved in the [...]


    7. We are big fans of Justice Sotomayor in my house and when my mom saw that she cold read her life story in Sotomayor's own words she jumped at the chance of getting the book. My mom was even more inpressed and what was reported about Sotomayor is only the beginning. The book gives us so much more insight into her life and makes us love her even move.


    8. Although affirmative action, essentially choked off by the Roberts Court in the Fisher v. Texas case, put this promising young woman through Princeton, where she helped found a Latino students organization, Justice Alito visibly cringes when she (or other women)speak up for the Court Sonia Sotomayor is the best living case there today for affirmative action. She spars with Scalia and takes him down round after round. But this is not what the book is about. Rather, it's about a young girl growing [...]


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