sábado, 21 de julio de 2012

Spanish Lit Month Links: 7/15-7/21


Thanks again to everybody who's been participating in Spanish Lit Month so far.  I can tell the group's been really active of late because it seems like I've only been around to visit about half of the new posts put up this week--one day, one day.  In any event, here's a list of the week's posts that I know about.  Hope you find some good reading and viewing recommendations among the works reviewed.

Stu, Winstonsdad's Blog
Traveller of the Century by Andrés Neuman
Nada by Carmen Laforet

Bettina, Liburuak
Bartleby y compañia by Enrique Vila-Matas

Dwight, A Common Reader
La ciudad de los prodigios/The City of Marvels directed by Mario Camus

lizzysiddal, Lizzy's Literary Life
Open Door by Iosi Havilio

Obooki, Obooki's Obloquy
Children of the Wind directed by Fernando Merinero

Rise, in lieu of a field guide
Bartleby & Co. by Enrique Vila-Matas

Scott, seraillon
Celestina by Fernando de Rojas

Séamus, Vapour Trails
A Brief Life by Juan Carlos Onetti
Bartleby & Co. by Enrique Vila-Matas

Susanna, SusieBookworm
The Celestina by Fernando de Rojas

Tara, BookSexy Review
The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Tony, Tony's Reading List

6 comentarios:

  1. we ve had another good week of review richard I thnk we may get near hundred books by the end of the month ,all the best stu

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    1. I quite agree, Stu. Hopefully, the enthusiasm will be maintained for this last week of the month b/c it's been fun. Cheers!

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  2. This has been going all right, hasn't it? Two readers of La Celestina!

    All next week is Spanish week for me. Maybe longer, who knows?

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    1. Tom, yes, I've been very pleasantly surprised by the response--and who could have predicted the Fernando de Rojas revival that we've seen? Enjoying your "Spanish week" posts thus far!

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  3. Very impressive! I am reading La universidad desconocida this week (and maybe for the forseeable future) and, while I have not yet written about it much I am getting some nice effect from using Bolaño's images as prompts for some of my own poetry in Spanish and in English.

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    1. Thanks, Jeremy--the group has been quite active on the reading front. Haven't read that Bolaño yet, but I'm not surprised it's been idea-worthy. ¡Saludos!

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