Es con gran alegría que compartimos aquí en nuestro blog una entrevista hecha por nuestro amigo y compañero del Café Literario, Paul Holzman. Para World Literature Today, Paul entrevistó a Rocío Cerón, autora de Diorama y […]
Las siguientes reuniones del Café Literario: Truman Capote – Miriam September 24, 19:30, La Biela, Recoleta. For this meeting in English, we will read Capote’s 1945 short story, “Miriam”. Feel free to read another short […]
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Aldous Huxley wrote his most famous novel, Brave New World in 1932. He was a prophet, a man who foresaw things that were to come to pass. His criticism of technology, human relations and even […]
Leo Tolstoy is well known for his novels, War and Peace and Anna Karenina. He is less well known for his short stories. The stories that we read in our last meeting were rather didactic and […]
“Please help me dear God to be a good writer and to get something else accepted.” These are the words written by Flannery O’Connor in her prayer journal sometime between January 1946 and September 1947. […]
If literature is a metaphor for the writer’s experience, a mirror in which that experience is at least partially reflected, it is at the same time a mirror in which the reader can also see […]