Palabras para canciones, poemas en tono menor by Augusto d' Halmar Book 6 editions published in in Spanish and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Espejo de sombras - Wikipedia
Mar, "sojoeroman. The Spanish American short story : a critical anthology by Seymour Menton Book 1 edition published in in Spanish and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide This is the most popular reader on Latin American short story. Professor Menton keeps track of the genre from its beginning after the Independence wars at the outset of the nineteenth-century to the present day.
Writers from all Latin American countries and epochs are represented, some as well known as Borges, Garcia Marquez or Rulfo others less so but which are no less important in the evolution of the genre. Carlos V en Yuste.
Castilla by Augusto d' Halmar Book 4 editions published in in Spanish and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Nirvana; viajes al extremo-oriente by Augusto d' Halmar Book 6 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Audience Level.
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About Derrick Del Pilar
Spanish English 17 German 2 Italian 1. This translation, as always, is mine. Old age that is what others call it can be our time of joy. The animal has died, or almost died. A man is left with his soul. I live among luminous, vague forms that are not yet darkness. Buenos Aires, whose poor outskirts used to tear up toward the incessant plains, has become Recoleta, Retiro, the hazy streets of el Once, and the precarious old houses that we still call the South.
- Newspaper Days.
- Control Your Anger (Hypnosis & Meditation);
- BUY ON AMAZON'S NEVER EASY.
- Mirror Suite (Volkonsky).
There were always too many things in my life; Democritus of Abdera tore out his eyes so he could think; time has been my Democritus. This half-light is slow and it does not hurt; its decline flows tamely and seems quite like eternity.
My friends have no faces, women are just as they were years ago, the streetcorners could be different, books have no letters on their pages. All this should terrorize me, but it is a sweet pleasure, a return. Of the generations of texts on this earth I will have read only a few, those I keep reading in my memory, reading and transforming. From the South, the East, the West, the North, the paths that have brought me here converge at my secret center.
These paths were echoes and steps, women, men, agonies, resurrections, days and nights, dreams and the spaces between, every last little instant of yesterday and all the yesterdays in the world, a strong Danish sword and a Persian moon, the deeds of the dead, shared love, words, Emerson and the snow and so many things. I can forget them now. I have arrived at my center, my algebra and my key, my mirror.
Soon I will know who I am. Spanish original after the jump Elogio de la sombra.
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La vejez tal es el nombre que los otros le dan puede ser el tiempo de nuestra dicha. El animal ha muerto o casi ha muerto.
Quedan el hombre y su alma. Esta penumbra es lenta y no duele; fluye por un manso declive y se parece a la eternidad.