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  • Bronca is generally regarded to be a Latin American phenomenon, yet France's debut novel suggests that the rolling weald of East Sussex harbours its fair share of bronca as well.

    Hill Farm by Miranda France – review

  • Adultery, arson and assault – all come bursting out as expedient and increasingly desperate means of bucking bronca.

    Hill Farm by Miranda France – review

  • Miranda France is the author of two acclaimed volumes of travel writing: Don Quixote's Delusions, a Cervantean tour through the Spanish psyche; and Bad Times in Buenos Aires, which explored the psychological condition of sullen resignation and impotent rage the Argentinians know as bronca.

    Hill Farm by Miranda France – review

  • Doblaje de South Park con la bronca de Jaime Nebot y Victor Granda en el Congreso Nacional Ecuatoriano ATENCION: Se aceptará la publicación de comentarios que tengan como finalidad la evaluación de este video de forma general, por lo que cualquier publicación que incite a debates políticos o flamewars será eliminada.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • El Gran Wyoming puesto en evidencia por Intereconomía con el video de una bronca a una becaria

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  • Murray, disconcertingly, has increasingly little answer to the bronca of the Del Potro serve.

    The Guardian World News

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