Tag Archives: Galician

Roberto Vidal Bolano

Roberto Vidal Bolano was born on July 31, 1950 in Santiago and died on September 11, 2002 in the same city.  He was a well celebrated theater actor, author, and pioneer of professional playwright in Galicia.   It is also … Continue reading

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V Dialogos Literarios de Marinan

V Dialogos Literarios de Marinan or the V literary dialogues of Marine is an annual forum which is organized to form a reference to various debates in literary fields including Latin American, Portuguese, Spanish and Galician.  It is intended to … Continue reading

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Isabel Freire Bazarra

Isabel Freire Bazarra or also known as Maria Isabel Freire Bazarra was a well-respected Galician Journalist.  She was born on January 28, 1960 at A Coruna. She earned a degree in Spanish Philology from the University of Santiago de Compostela.  … Continue reading

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As Minas Novelas Longas Son Como Conxuntos de Relatos Breves

During the General Awards 2008, Manuel Lorenzo mentioned in his first interview this following statement, As Minas Novelas Longas Son Como Conxuntos de Relatos Breves or if translated means My novels are long and sets of short stories.    As the … Continue reading

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Acendede as Almenaras

The Acendede as Almenaras or Turn on the Almenara is a great collection of poems written by Bernardino Gana.    He presents a series of poems that tackles the people’s lives and emotions.  It is also about friendship and love.  This … Continue reading

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E un Premio Polo que Levabamos Clamando Dende Habia Tempo

The translation of E un Premio Polo que Levabamos Clamando Dende Habia Tempo means and an award for carrying clamoring since some time.   The translation may not present the actual meaning of the original statement but it may express an … Continue reading

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Viaxes do Corazon Diario Infimo

The Viaxes do Corazon Diario Infimo or Traveling Heart Journal Infimum is a diary written with fine irony.  The author Corazón de Xosé Manuel García Trigo mirrors how the past gives meaning to the present.  Readers will learn the essence … Continue reading

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A Noite de Samain

The A Noite de Samain or The Night Samain was written by Pepe Carreiro in Galician text.  This is a story about the old Celtic customs wherein the Baron celebrates the Samain night every year.  In this story, something special … Continue reading

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Lois Pereiro

Lois Pereiro started his writing career at the age of 15.  He studied Sociology and Political Science in a Convent in Madrid.  After graduation, he worked for their family glass business and then returned to Madrid to study German, French … Continue reading

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Club Lecturas Debuxadas

The launching of the Club Lecturas Debuxadas or Club Readings Rendering aims to convey the message that the reading of images particularly in comics is an important aspect of contemporary culture.   The coordinator of this club proposes a monthly gathering … Continue reading

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