domingo, 31 de julio de 2016

Spanish Lit Month 2016: 7/24-7/30 Links

Before I forget, just wanted to remind y'all that Spanish Lit Month(s) 2016 will continue throughout August for any/all inclined to keep reading Spanish language literature in fine company for another month.  For those of you who have already had enough, good riddance--I mean, thanks for participating and keep checking back every Sunday or so for the latest links round-ups.  Cheers!

Amateur Reader (Tom), Wuthering Expectations
(on La Regenta by Leopoldo Alas)

Emma, Book Around the Corner
Tango for a Torturer by Daniel Chavarría

Grant, 1streading's Blog
The Buenos Aires Affair by Manuel Puig

JacquiWine, JacquiWine's Journal
Affections by Rodrigo Hasbún

Joe, roughghosts
Poets, artists and other lost souls: Last Evenings on Earth by Roberto Bolaño

John, The Modern Novel
Campo abierto [Open Field] by Max Aub
Los afectos (Affections) by Rodrigo Hasbún

lizzysiddal, Lizzy's Literary Life
#spanishlitmonth - Reading Notes

Obooki, Obooki's Obloquy
Time of Silence by Martín Luis-Santos

Rise, in lieu of a field guide
(on "Shakespeare's Memory" by Jorge Luis Borges)
(on The Pact of Biyak-na-Bato and Ninay by Pedro Paterno)

Scott G.F. Bailey, six words for a hat
Divine Madness: la idiota en casa y iglesia, by Leopoldo Alas
(on La Regenta by Leopoldo Alas)

Simon Lavery, Tredynas Days
 A cold and calculating egotism: La Regenta, by Leopoldo Alas
Seduce her for me: Ana's fate sealed in La Regenta

Tony, Tony's Reading List

Tony Messenger, Messengers Booker (and more)
The Youngest Doll by Rosario Ferré
Multiple Choice by Alejandro Zambra

9 comentarios:

  1. Cheers for the links, Richard - always appreciated. Hooray for the extension of Spanish Lit Month into August. It might be the middle of the month before I get my Ulloa review up, but it will happen. :)

    1. My pleasure, Jacqui, and no rush about your House of Ulloa review. Looking forward to it, though!

  2. Respuestas
    1. Thanks, Scott--had meant to write to you at some point today to see if I could include your post. Not forgotten!

  3. Good, I have another novel to review; and then 2 more which I'll never finish in August either but are nonetheless very good (to this point).

    1. Plenty of time, Obooki, plenty of time! Looking forward to your posts whenever they happen.

  4. Hi Richard, would you be interested in these two posts on peak reads?
    Thanks Mandy

    1. Hi Mandy--and thanks so much for those posts! I've added the Herrera link to the appropriate week and will likely add the Villalobos to the first week's links even though it falls outside the July & August parameters. Nice to make the acquaintance of you and your blog, by the way. Cheers!

  5. Hi Richard, I posted a Lorenzo Silva along with the Gonzao Sainz this week