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Novels by the sea | Culture

The emblematic beach of Varadero (Cuba) in October of last year.ALEXANDRE MENEGHINI / Reuters There will be some 500 memorable novels, written in French, German, Russian, Italian and English that speak of paradise on Earth, that speak of mansions facing the sea, endless summers and the passions that those summers propel. Novels or dramas written […]

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LGTBIQ Literature: Novels to read with pride | Culture

In the first scene of the novel Purity (Literature Random House) by Garth Greenwell, the protagonist, an American professor of Anglo-Saxon literature in Bulgaria, has a coffee with a student who confesses the suffering caused by his unrequited love for his best friend. However, the narrator is surprised to discover that what his student wants […]

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‘The extraordinary years’: Rodrigo Cortés novels the nonsense of the 20th century | Culture

Rodrigo Cortés, portrayed on Monday in a Madrid hotel.Andrea Comas From two to 32 years old, Rodrigo Cortés (Pazos Hermos, Ourense, 48 years old) lived in Salamanca. It may be that growing up there contributed to the richness and accuracy of your Spanish. He is one of the Spanish filmmakers who speaks the best, and […]

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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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The newcomer Lorena Salazar novels the fears of motherhood | Culture

Colombian writer Lorena Salazar.Carlos Valencia / THE COUNTRY Lorena Salazar Masso (Medellín, 29 years old) spent part of his childhood in Chocó, in the Colombian Pacific, one of the poorest regions of the country, where inequality and discrimination hit a predominantly black population with the same virulence as armed groups. In this territory of endless […]

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Paula Bonet paints and novels the violence that men exert against women in ‘La anguila’ | Culture

Paula Bonet, this Tuesday, at the La Nau Cultural Center of the University of València, with her paintings from the exhibition ‘The Anguilla’.Monica Torres Long before becoming a popular phenomenon for her illustrations, Paula Bonet painted and read a lot of literature. Now he has captured these two drives in a unique creative project with […]

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