I say that because this e-book…
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Dr Stewart King, Monash University
The Catalan capital Barcelona is indisputably the crime fiction centre of Spain. Anglophone readers will no doubt be familiar with Manuel Vázquez Montalbán’s Carvalho novels, a series of over twenty novels and short story collections published between 1974 and 2004 that charted Spain’s transition from a dictatorship to a democracy and beyond. 771 more words
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the problems of finding names for one’s children and pets. Once in place, however, christian names at least generally last their owners a lifetime, and as fashions come and go it’s often possible to guesstimate someone’s age from their name. 533 more words
Nèstor Luján (Mataró, 1922 – Barcelona, 1995), La Barcelona dels tramvies i altres textos , 2015, 256 p.
Jordi Amat and Agustí Pons (eds.) present and comment an an accurate selection of articles that Nèstor Luján dedicated to the city of Barcelona, to its social and political life and to the great characters of Catalan culture that filled with light the darkest decades of the Franco regime. 180 more words
This is the same story but there are new scenes and the book has been updated in general. 109 more words