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Marta gone

Tomorrow in the Battle Think On Me by Javier Marías 1994 (French title: Demain dans la bataille pense à moi. French translator: Alain Keruzoré.)

This month our Book Club had picked… 931 more words


Paper Please

Once more Marías has accompanied me into the late hours of the night, into my bed where my body takes its own nocturnal rest.  It is where I clutch his book close to my eyes as I fall deeply into the world of his characters trials and tribulations.   277 more words


New Poetry in Spanish

Zócalo Poets, a dynamic community of multi-lingual writers, published some of my Spanish poetry. I will be posting the poems over this upcoming week. 41 more words


Gasoline, by Quim Monzo, translated by Mary Ann Newman

Gasoline is a book that messes with your mind, but it’s good fun.

The novella (only 141 pages) satirises the new York art scene, and while it’s true that modern art is an easy target, the way the author has tackled its pretensions is droll indeed.    931 more words


La comunicación interpersonal

Un componente del examen de AP lengua española es la comunicación interpersonal escrita. En el pasado era una carta formal o informal, y en el examen actual es un correo electrónico formal. 595 more words

AP Spanish Language And Culture

"Tormento" by Benito Pérez Galdós

This post is intended as part of the celebration of Spanish Literature organised by the book blogs Caravana de Recuerdos, and Winstonsdad’s Blog. If you haven’t yet visited these two blogs, may I warmly recommend them both. 1,389 more words


Spanish Literature Month: Guillermo Cabrera Infante

Guilty of Dancing the ChaChaCha by Guillermo Cabrera Infante. 1995. French title : Coupable d’avoir dansé le cha-cha-cha.

I’ll be reading Tomorrow in the Battle Think on Me… 855 more words

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