New Senior English Course Replaces Electives

Coreena Brogden

Starting next academic school year, Pallotti will be removing of the multiple one-semester, senior English electives. In their place will be Senior Literature, a new, year-long course. 345 more words


Netflix’s ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ adaptation sparks discussion in China about Latin American literature - Global Times

by Wang Qi

[…] One of the most influential and well-known Latin American writers in the world, Márquez created a window for Chinese people to get to know the culture of the region. 44 more words


Pedra e perda de Pedro

A primeira emoção que experimentei quando comecei a ler Pedro Páramo foi a de desamparo. Os olhos de que me servi para avistar as paisagens do livro não foram os meus olhos. 696 more words


Happy New Parent

“Twelve days after the crime, the investigating magistrate came upon a town that was an open wound. In the squalid wooden office in the town hall, drinking pot coffee laced with cane liquor against the mirages of the heat, he had to ask for troop reinforcements to control the crowd that was pouring in to testify without having been summoned, anxious to show off their own important parts in the drama. 50 more words


A Difficult Ghost

“Her mother, in her grouchy old age, received me like a difficult ghost. She refused to talk about the past, and for this chronicle I had to be satisfied with a few disconnected phrases from her conversations with my mother, and a few others rescued from my memories. 60 more words


Netflix to adapt 'One Hundred Years Of Solitude' - The Guardian

by Guardian staff and AP

[…] The streaming company announced on Wednesday that the book will be adapted into a Spanish-language series and filmed largely in the Nobel prize-winning author’s home country of Colombia, with García Márquez’s sons, Rodrigo García and Gonzalo García Barcha, serving as executive producers… 13 more words


"The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" -- Gabriel García Márquez"

“The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother”


Gabriel García Márquez

translation by

Gregory Rabassa

Erendira was bathing her grandmother when the wind of her misfortune began to blow. 33,222 more words