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The best Spanish cómics

On Monday, the 21st September, 2009
The best Spanish cómics

A subjective selection and, therefore, debatable Arranged alphabetically and mixed the different genres, this is the relation of the best 20 Spanish cómic, according to my personal and subjective criterion. Further down, in the comments, you can add those that you should believe that they are missing. The Pup, of Juan García Iranzo Captain Trueno, of Víctor Mora and...
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Things of Javier Marías

On Tuesday, the 25th September, 2007
Things of Javier Marías

There is published ‘Poison and shade and farewell’, third part of the trilogy ‘Your face tomorrow’ Owing to the publication of Poison and shade and farewell (Alfaguara), third part of the trilogy Your face tomorrow, diverse means have interviewed Javier Marías and this one, as it is a custom, has spread to taste. The type that...
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The Túbal children

On Tuesday, the 5th October, 2004
The Túbal children

Antonio Ruiz Vega writes on the Spanish The Spanish … one of few peoples of the world that they treat his identity like a problem, up to the point of which earlier they prefer to be considered to be Andalusians, Galicians, Catalans or Castilians to call to him themselves the same Spanish. Peoples with an identical world view that, paradoxically, it leads them to separating in place...
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