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Javier Cercas: “In addition to being undemocratic, Catalan secessionism is unequivocally unsupportive” | Culture

The writer and columnist Javier Cercas has collected tonight the Mariano de Cavia Journalism Prize, which is awarded annually by the newspaper Abc, awarded by article The revolution of the rich, published in The weekly country on March 8, 2020, in which the author talks about Catalan independence and its relationship with purchasing power. Cercas, […]

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Penguin Random House buys two labels for young people’s literature and one in Catalan from RBA | Culture

Jeff Kinney and his protagonist, Greg.Matt Hoyle/ Getty Images Penguin Random House Editorial Group (PRHGE) has bought from RBA the Molino and Serres youth and children’s literature stamps, and La Magrana literature in Catalan, as reported by the publisher this Thursday morning. With this acquisition, the group retains the rights to books as The Hunger […]

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Photos: The objects of the actress Vivien Leigh that she gave to a Catalan friend, in images | Culture

11 photos Personal objects and photographs of the English actress Vivien Leigh, star of ‘Gone with the wind’, and belonging to an octogenarian from Barcelona who was a fan of the artist, will be auctioned on May 26 at the Setdart house in Barcelona

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Catalan volunteers in the kibbutz: in search of the last socialist utopia | Culture

Socialism was being practiced on the shores of the Mediterranean. The most idealistic Israelis founded communal farms that spread out on the fringes of that tragic lot called the Promised Land. An arid territory to recover and where to sow the epic of the new man, the one who worked the fields during the day […]

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