Hores finales d’Hefestión en Babilonia

Hores finales d'Hefestión en Babilonia

After Elsa metálico (1998) and before Thule (2010), Hores finales d’Hefestión en Babilonia [Final Hours of Hephaestion in Babylon] (2006) is my second approach to playwriting in Asturian, and also the second in the search for a short theater, and also minimal. Far from the timelessness of Elsa metálico, in this piece we can see…

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La tumba de Leónidas

La tumba de Leónidas

Alma will be my favorite book, perhaps because of my youth, but La tumba de Leónidas is undoubtedly the most beautiful, and the one in which I am and recognize myself the most. It is not a historical novel, but a mixture of diary, of historical revisitation, of travel book about the sacrifice of Leonidas…

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Escritos taurinos

Escritos taurinos

The Escritos taurinos [Bullfighting Writings] of Francesc Almela i Vives (1903-1967) came to light because I was preparing a prologue for the reprinting of his essay Valencia y su reino [Valencia and Its Kingdom], and Ricard Triviño, director of the bullfighting collections of the Valencian region government, was interested. Almela i Vives is one of…

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