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Featured Posts: July

The Life and Exploits of Britain’s Greatest Frigate Captain

25th July 2015

Ever since I read a book about the Trojan War as a child, I enjoyed reading about history. 208 more words


Review: Don Quixote

What it is: Don Quixote de La Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential works of fiction, especially among Spanish literature. 312 more words


The Summer of Dead Toys, by Antonio Hill

Book review written by Michelle Newby

“No one has ever been killed out of love; that’s a fallacy from tango.”

 Héctor Salgado

This story grabs you on page one and refuses to relinquish its grip. 671 more words

My Readings

Entre "No llames a casa" y "Tarde, mal y nunca"

Antes de comprar la novela “Tarde, mal y nunca”, de Carlos Zanón, alguien me dijo que su manera de escribir era retorturada y que no gustaba a todo el mundo. 697 more words

My Readings

Manuel Altolaguirre - five poems in translation

I was in Mexico in 1976, en route to the rainforests of the Yucatan to visit the ruins of Mayan cities as part of my doctoral research before travelling on down to Nicaragua. 1,331 more words


Sobre niños, casamientos y flores

Recuerde que niños, casamientos y flores reflejan la forma en que fueron cuidados.

Jackson Brown, Jr.

Kar Dyle

Sobre jardines...

Cada flor es un alma, creciendo en la naturaleza

Gerard de Nerval