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Gabriela Mistral say...

“A crippled child
Said, “How shall I dance?”
Let your heart dance
We said.

Then the invalid said:
“How shall I sing?”
Let your heart sing… 69 more words

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Alfonsina Storni say

“Hombre pequeñito que jaula me das. Digo pequeñito porque no me entiendes, ni me entenderás. Tampoco te entiendo, pero mientras tanto ábreme la jaula que quiero escapar. 67 more words

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Amado Nervo say...

“Amé, fuí amado, el sol acarició mi faz.
¡Vida, nada me debes! ¡Vida, estamos en paz!

I loved, I was loved, the sun stroked my face. 10 more words

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Pablo Neruda say...

“I do not love you except because I love you;
I go from loving to not loving you,
From waiting to not waiting for you… 9 more words

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Ruben Dario say....

               To Margarita Debayle

Margarita the sea is gleaming

And the breeze

Brings the scent of lemon

And orange sprays,

And in my soul I feel a lark singing: 423 more words

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The Spanish Civil War novel problems

Sebastiaan Faber argues that “since so much of this interpretative struggle is about narrative, about how to tell the story of the war, it should come as no surprise that Spanish Civil War fiction has been playing a key role in it.” (86). 1,121 more words

The Third Reich by Roberto Bolano, translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer

I always get the sense that Roberto Bolano is up to no good.  He’s doing something very sneaky in his novels, but I can’t quite pin down what it is. 665 more words

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