Vol. IV, #3 Camilo Jose Cela

Camilo José Cela, “La Mancha in My Heart” Camilo José Cela, “The World of the Bullfight on the Eve of the Spanish Civil War: The Tertulia in ‘Despedide’s Tavern’ on the Afternoon Before the Uprising” Camilo José Cela, “Supper with Read on! →


The Sea

“The Sea is sordid and illuminating, beautiful, haunting, poetic, and full of love for its characters.”
— Agustí Villaronga Read on! →

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The Hive

Banned for many years by the Franco regime, Cela’s masterpiece presents a panoramic view of the degradation and suffering of the lower-middle class in post-Civil War Spain. Readers are introduced to over a hundred characters through a series of… Read on! →


The Family of Pascual Duarte

The Family of Pascual Duarte is the story of Pascual Duarte—a Spanish peasant born into a brutal world of poverty, hatred, and depravity—as told from his prison cell, where he awaits execution for the murders he’s committed throughout his… Read on! →


Christ versus Arizona

Christ versus Arizona turns on the events in 1881 that surrounded the shootout at the OK Corral, where Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and Virgil and Morgan Earp fought the Clantons and the McLaurys. Set against a backdrop of an Arizona influenced by… Read on! →