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Oda a una estrella
Elena Odriozola, Pablo Neruda
Oda a una estrella

From the top of a skyscraper, in the hugeness of the night, the poet seizes a star. He keeps it in his pocket and sets off on his journey. Its beams shine through the walls of his house and his life is never the same again.

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Santiago
Javier Zabala, Federico Garcia Lorca
Santiago

Written in 1918 in Granada, Santiago is a fantasy work about the visitation of the Apostle to an old peasant. It is a magnificent tale, full of delicate descriptions that combine story-telling with folk tradition, written by one of the most admired poets of the 20th century.

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Arboles -Trees
Mario Benedetti, Javier Zabala
Arboles -Trees

A delicious story about the secret lives of trees and the subtle communication that nature can establish with human beings. Mario Benedetti composes an enchanting story through simple prose, which Javier Zabala interprets with unique poetry, where contemplation of the world offers unexpected amazement.

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Mis Historias Perdidas
Xan López Domínguez
Mis Historias Perdidas

The delightful stories in this book lead the reader into a world that combines in equal measure both imagination and beautiful illustration.
Taking the stories which are lodged in his memory, Xan López Domínguez has created a book that emanates with a profound sensibility, and which takes its place alongside his best works.

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El silencio del agua
José Saramago, Manuel Estrada
El silencio del agua

On the shores of the Tejo river, during a lonely afternoon of fishing, a child is about to catch the big fish. At the very moment the boy loses his prey, he gets involved in a moving adventure that will end with the awakening of lucidity.

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Reunión
Julio Cortazar
Reunión

Meeting describes the difficult days that followed the landing of the Granma on the coast of Cuba, when Ernesto Guevara made his mark as a combatant in the revolution. Written vividly in the first person, the voice of «Che» recalls their exhausting past days.

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