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Instituto Cervantes: The legacy of José Agustín Goytisolo enters the Caja de las Letras | Culture

From the left, Asunción Carendell, the director of the Instituto Cervantes, Luis García Montero, Julia Goytisolo and the writer Carme Riera at the entrance to the vault of the Caja de las Letras.Emilio Naranjo / EFE The legacy of José Agustín Goytisolo (Barcelona, ​​1928 – Barcelona, ​​1999), an outstanding poet of the Generation of 50, […]

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The delivery of the Cervantes Prize is postponed due to the health of Francisco Brines | Culture

The poet Francisco Brines, at his home in Oliva (Valencia), in 2019.Monica Torres The traditional delivery of the Cervantes Prize in the Auditorium of the University of Alcalá de Henares will not be held this year, scheduled, as usual, for April 23, Book Day. The 89-year-old poet Francisco Brines’ state of health, which prevents him […]

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The keys to the home in which Rosales wrote ‘La casa encendida’, bequeathed to Cervantes | Culture

Luis Rosales Fouz, son of the poet Luis Rosales, with the shirt that his father wore the day he entered the RAE.Juan Carlos Hidalgo / EFE “They are the dead that are born / from the winter of the world, they are the dead / that are living and burning / with God’s oil.” Verses […]

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The life in images of Eulalio Cervantes, the mythical ‘Sax’

The life in images of Eulalio Cervantes, the mythical ‘Sax’

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‘A life lived’: Delibes’s manuscript with the speech for the Cervantes Prize comes to light | Culture

Miguel Delibes wrote in a ring binder with picture sheets: “Here I am, in this historic city of Alcalá de Henares, trying to say my last word A few words, three hundred and seventy-eight years after Don Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, born in her, discreetly said the last of his before going silent forever. Forever? […]

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Goya nominees Natalia de Molina and Álvaro de Cervantes share impressions before the gala | Culture

The nominees for a Goya award Natalia de Molina (Jaen, 30 years old) and Álvaro Cervantes (Barcelona, ​​31 years old) met digitally last Wednesday with a group of EL PAÍS readers. The actors, who accumulate a good handful of films that will be released this year, shared their impressions about the most unusual and hard […]

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Meeting with Natalia de Molina and Álvaro Cervantes | Culture

The Meetings EL PAÍS continue in virtual format to bring our readers the best of journalism and culture. In the next meeting you will have the opportunity to chat with two nominees for the Goya Awards 2021, whose ceremony will take place on Saturday, March 6: Natalia de Molina, nominated for Best Supporting Actress for […]

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