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The Centroamérica Cuenta festival celebrates International Book Day with a tribute to Rubén Darío | Culture

The Centroamérica Cuenta festival attends International Book Day with a collective reading by Rubén Darío. The tribute has been carried out by 19 authors from Europe, the United States and Latin America, such as Santiago Muñoz Machado, Sergio Ramírez, Elena Poniatowska, Pablo Milanés, Raúl Zurita and Isabel Allende. With the reading of Autumn song in […]

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Book Day: Literature exceeds the limits of the pandemic at the Cervantes Prize | Culture

The Book Day party, postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic, has celebrated its main event this Friday morning at the headquarters of the Cervantes Institute in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). Presided over by the Kings, it was a simple ceremony, in the open air and marked by the security measures imposed by the virus […]

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Book Day: five good current crime novels written by women | Elementary Blog

It has been a long time since the crime novel has progressively ceased to be a more or less private preserve of the white man of the middle class or similar, but it never hurts to celebrate diversity by focusing on a set of novelties of different literary depth but that in everything case they […]

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Readings recommended by EL PAÍS for Book Day | Culture

This Friday is the Book of Hope Day. This is how a sector sees it that has put all its efforts so that today, April 23, it recovers some of its usual vigor and books take to the streets, always within strict security measures. In Catalonia, where the day of Sant Jordi has a special […]

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‘The flight of the vultures’: Jorge M. Reverte reveals the Moroccan history of Annual in his posthumous book | Culture

General Dámaso Berenguer, high commissioner of the Moroccan Protectorate, inspects the position of Monte Arruit with other military officers in October 1921. Faced with the remains of the dead soldiers, he covers his face with a handkerchief because of the stench.efe The vultures had replaced their usual gliding, in which they seem to float, by […]

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Adela Cortina dissects ‘Cosmopolitan Ethics’, her most recent book at the Hay Festival | Culture

The Spanish philosopher, Adela Cortina, explains the keys to her most recent book, Cosmopolitan Ethics at the Hay Festival 2021. The writer acknowledges that this new work was underpinned by the pandemic and the need to find answers based on sanity. The author affirms that promoting a cosmopolitan ethic is vital to face current global […]

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Book The mental domain: Pedro Baños: “The networks already know who we are going to vote for even though we are still doubting” | Culture

Spanish Colonel Pedro Baños dissects the keys to his book The mental domain (2020) at the Hay Festival 2021. The author assures us that we cannot wait for a Third World War, “because we are already in it, but now it is being fought in very different ways”. “As they are invading us psychologically, we […]

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Culture will analyze the security measures at the National Library after the theft of Galileo’s book

The Ministry of Culture has opened “an informative procedure to know the facts” for the disappearance of the National Library of the astronomical treaty A starry Messenger, by Galileo Galilei, published in 1610, has reported the department directed by José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes. As EL PAÍS uncovered last Sunday, BNE staff noticed in an ordinary […]

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