Biography of Cervantes by the Director of RAE, New by Cristian Alarcón and Other Books of the Week | Babelia – The My News
“Serious and frivolous,” wrote William Carlos Williams. This is how the son describes his painter mother, paradoxically and from the attic where the intense women end up. The attic where the poet writes in the age in which the male body becomes sacred and the profile gets confused and the imagination kicks in. Her adventures are narrated by Marta Aponte Alsina. Happy Death of William Carlos Williams, A story where sensuality, scholarship and truth suck us in. The same truth, although in this case more connected to the land, invokes the biography of José Antonio Grinán, when nothing is expected A story that contributes to a memory that will help tackle current ignorance about the home lives of post-Civil War children during the Franco regime.
stories that make up there was a garden Valeria Correa is created by Fizz, through female narrator voices, whose place is given to their belonging or victim. The tone is mushy, it is formalized and counted in plot development. Less hurtful than the author’s other previous works, but just as disturbing. A brief walk through the labyrinth of Cervantes’ bibliography is enough to come across studies that depict a Cervantes small Spanish soldier along with others that describe him as an environmentalist or anti-system, Tridentine, atheist, a devotee of the Rosary and here. Even associates of an NGO make. therefore . The Commitment of Santiago Muoz Machado, author of CervantesTo show the author as he was, without any fuss or chronology.
Years pass and Jess del Campo remains an undiscovered jewel, perhaps due to his own personal preference and peripheral distance from the cities and courts of book publishing. with Kronborg Pamphlet, The author gives us a room of lost steps where we go, from historical figures to rock musicians, from music to books, from moments of the French Revolution to Trump, Johan Cruyff or Bruce Springsteen. In his Alfaguara Award winning novel, third heaven, Kristian Alarcon creates a story about the pandemic with the voice of a subjective narrator that guarantees harmony from the initial “I was born here” to the final “us.”
The applause, Marta Aponte, recreates the lives of the painter Raquel Helena Hoheb and her son, the poet William Carlos Williams, without desiring academic objectivity. Review by Marta Sanz.
The book by the former socialist minister is a historical summary of the times of dictatorship and transition along with studying the democratic memory. Review by Juan Luis Cebrian.
The stories of Argentina Valeria Correa Fizz are a pure exercise in fictionalizing some of the evils of our times. or all the time. Criticism of J. Ernesto Ayala-Dip.
Having exhausted his bibliographic maze of misunderstandings and apocryphal attribution, the director of the Royal Academy exposed Cervantes as he was. Criticism of Luis Gomez Canseco.
Jess del Campo published a ‘delicatessen’. His book deals with a hybrid style of essay, travel book, narration and, at times, ’bouted’, which some practice in such an intelligent and playful manner as he does. Criticism of Carlos Zanan.
The Alfaguara Novel Prize, Cristian Alarcón elaborates the story of an unwanted exile in the pandemic in which the narrator rebuilds family history while making his own paradise. Review by Domingo Rodenas de Moya.
Academician Daniele Gómez Aragones delivers in an amusing amount the characters and buildings that make up the ancient history of the capital of Tagus. Criticism of Vicente G Olaya.
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