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Pablo Neruda

Of everything I have seen,
it’s you I want to go on seeing:
Of everything I’ve touched,
it’s your flesh I want to go on touching. 26 more words

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Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

This year Babbling Book Club aims to read the world, and I decided to join them in Spain to read The Shadow of the Wind… 724 more words

Book Reviews

Federico García Lorca

As I lose myself in the heart of certain children,
I have lost myself in the sea many times.
Ignorant of the water I go seeking… 45 more words

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Daisy Zamora

In the dimly lit room
I had a brief glimpse of bliss:
sight of your naked body
like a god reclining.
That was all.

Quite unaware… 27 more words

Poetry

Antonio Machado

Last Night As I Was Sleeping

Last night as I was sleeping,
I dreamt—marvelous error!—
that a spring was breaking
out in my heart.
I said: Along which secret aqueduct, 122 more words

Classic

Federico García Lorca

Lovers in my wound’s landscape, overjoyed,
can watch the reeds bend in the crossing currents,
can drink from red pools in the honeyed thigh.
But hurry, let’s entwine ourselves as one, 41 more words

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A collection of Spanish broadsides bequeathed by E.M. Wilson

Some 160 Spanish broadsides (known as “aleluyas” in Spanish) have been recently added to the Cambridge Libraries catalogue. They were bequeathed to Cambridge University Library by Edward Meryon Wilson, former professor of Spanish at the University of Cambridge. 409 more words

Historical Collections