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Antonio Muñoz Molina ‘A Manuscript Of Ashes’

With his belt in his pocket and his shoelaces in his hand because they had been confiscated when they took him to the cell, perhaps to keep him from dismally hanging himself and were returned only a few minutes before he was released. 1,272 more words


Learn Spanish Through Poetry of Pablo Neruda and Garcia Lorca

A great way to learn Spanish is through poetry. Hearing the rythym, the cadence, the pauses in between words, the mystery and romance of the Spanish language comes alive. 250 more words

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Juan Ramón Jiménez

Dusk falls. There is nothing gentle about the sky. — Juan Ramón Jiménez, from “Winter Scene (Snow),” Lorca and Jiménez: Selected Poems, trans. Robert Bly (Beacon Press, 1997)


Why Should You Take Spanish Exercises Online?

Isn’t it surprising that there are more Spanish language speakers in the US than Spain? Various people take basic Spanish tutorial as the second language due to their interest in the Spanish culture while others do it for the professional purposes. 225 more words


Multiple Modernities: New essays on Carmen de Burgos (review)

Review: Anja Louis and Michelle M. Sharp, eds. Multiple Modernities: Carmen de Burgos, Author and Activist. Routledge, 2017. 224 pp.

I recently finished writing a review of Anja Louis and Michelle Sharp’s new volume of essays on… 1,576 more words


Federico García Lorca

In the branches of the laurel tree
I saw two dark doves
One was the sun
and one the moon
Little neighbors I said
where is my grave —  99 more words





It was, I believe, the evening of the eighteenth when we saw Saragossa in the distance. As we entered by the Puerta de Sancho we heard the clock in the Torre Nueva strike ten. 1,077 more words