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Spanish Lit Month: The Sadness of the Samurai by Víctor del Árbol

The Sadness of the Samurai by Víctor del Árbol (2011) Original Spanish title: La tristeza del Samurái French title: La tristesse du Samouraï. 1,220 more words

21st Century

Spanish Lit Month: The Sadness of the Samurai by Víctor del Árbol

The Sadness of the Samurai by Víctor del Árbol (2011) Original Spanish title: La tristeza del Samurái French title: La tristesse du Samouraï. 1,220 more words

21st Century

La representación de ciencias y religión, y la pregunta de voluntad y ambiente en dos obras de El encaje roto y otros cuentos por Emilia Pardo Bazán

No es común a llegar las ideas de ciencia en el mismo estilo de escribiendo de religión. Sin embargo, según dos movimientos de la segunda parte del siglo diecinueve, hay mucha cambia en la cultura sobre estas cosas; para Emilia Pardo Bazán, no hay una diferencia. 1,998 more words

Ideas And Philosophy

Spanish Lit Month : No Word From Gurb by Eduardo Mendoza

No Word From Gurb by Eduardo Mendoza (1990) French title : Sans nouvelles de Gurb. (Translated by François Mespero. Original Spanish title: Sin noticias de Gurb… 1,175 more words

Beach And Public Transports Books

July 27: One week into the San Sebastián study abroad program

We met the students a week ago today. Everything’s been going great. I’m really enjoying teaching the class, especially with the new readings I’ve been able to incorporate this year, like Tatuaje, a fun mystery novel that I read for my master’s exam. 185 more words

Basque Country

Milena, or the most beautiful femur in the world by Jorge Zepeda Patterson (a thriller for Spanish Lit Month)

Milena isn’t Russian, as supposed, and she didn’t come to Mexico of her own free will. She was captured as a teen in Croatia by a human-trafficking ring and forced into prostitution. 277 more words

Thriller

Roberto Sosa

Sometimes hope
(ever more distant)
spreads her long branches in the wind,

— Roberto Sosa, from “Tegucigalpa,” Return of the River (Curbstone Books, 2001)

Excerpt