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New to the library: November 2010

El 2 de November de 2010 en Library, New to the library por | Sin comentarios

Descortesía del suicidaThe latest additions to the library catalogue can be consulted on-line as usual.

Click ÚLTIMAS ADQUISICIONES, then select “Dublin”, and choose the time period, for example, the past 15 days, the past month, or the past 3 months.

This is our selection for November 2010

Specially for teachers of spanish as a foreign language and for their students:


 

Editorial DIFUSIÓN

The complete catalogue with the latest publications is now available at our library

   
   
   

Books

Blind sunflowers  

Blind sunflowers

Alberto Méndez

Arcadia Books, 2008

   
   
   
 

Descortesía del suicida

Carlos Vitale

Candaya, 2008

   
   
   
 

Sólo un muerto más

Ramiro Pinilla

Tusquets, 2009

   
   
   
El animal piadoso  

El animal piadoso

Luis Mateo Díez

Círculo de Lectores, 2009

   
   
   
El informe San Marcos  

El informe San Marcos

Fermín Bocos

Martínez Roca, 2009

   
   
   
La fe ciega  

La fe ciega

Gustavo Nielsen

Páginas de Espuma, 2008

   
   
   

Cinema

Al final del camino  

Al final del camino

dir. Roberto Santiago

Warner B. España, 2008

   
   
   
Un poco de chocolate
 

Un poco de chocolate

dir. Aitzol Aramaio

Aurum, 2008

   
   
   

Music

Music from Christian and Jewish Spain  

Music from Christian and Jewish Spain

Jordi Savall

Virgin, 1999

   
   
   
Soulería
 

Soulería

Pitingo

Universal Music, 2009

   
   
   

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Prince of Asturias Awards

Prince of Asturias Awards Ceremony

October was the month of awards. On the 7th October, the Swedish Academy awarded Mario Vargas Llosa the Nobel Prize for Literature.

On the 15th October, Eduardo Mendoza received the Planeta Prize, the literary award with the highest financial pay-out in Spain, and on the 22nd October, the prize-giving ceremony for the Prince of Asturias Awards took place in Oviedo.

The Prince of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes awarded in Spain by the Prince of Asturias Foundation to individuals, entities and organizations from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities, or public affairs.

In November, we would like to invite our readers to get to know the work of some the Spanish and Latin American authors awarded Prince of Asturias Awards for Literature, whose work is perhaps less well-known in the public domain.

Read more…

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An Alphabet of Cinema Ñ

El 29 de October de 2010 en Cultural Activities, Spanish Cinema por | Sin comentarios

film series at #ICDublin

Un ABCdario del cine Ñ is a cinema season that takes us on a journey through Spanish cinema, from its inception to more recent productions, at the hands of directors that may be described as young, mythical, exceptional and internationally renowned.

You can enjoy the best of Spanish comedies, drama, animation and documentaries.

It is a cinema season that ensures a complete representation of Spanish cinema through the work of Spanish directors.

03/11/2010 to 15/12/2010

7 pm. Café Literario.
Instituto Cervantes in Dublin

  • Foreign Women.
  • Soldiers of Salamina.
  • The Miracle of Candeal.
  • Carol’s Journey.
  • Amateurs.
  • Under the Stars.
  • Habana Blues.
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    Oblivion: A memoir by Hector Abad Faciolince – review

    El 26 de October de 2010 en Latin American writers, Writers por | Sin comentarios

    Hector Abad’s tribute to his father, ‘the communist doctor’ murdered by Colombian paramilitaries in 1987, is warm, witty and moving…

  • Julius Purcell
  • The Observer, Sunday 24 October 2010
  • Article history
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    New Spanish writing, by Miranda France

    El 22 de October de 2010 en Spanish writers por | Sin comentarios
    New Spanish Books

    New Spanish Books

    One of the great attractions of learning a foreign language – especially one your parents don’t speak – is that feeling of a door opening onto secret territory.

    Suddenly the hours spent poring over grammar books and verb tables yield their reward: here is a new world of landscapes, characters, sights and sounds one need not share with immediate family and friends.

    I have a bad memory for fiction, but the first Spanish novels I read, at about fifteen, have stayed with me better than English novels read at the same time. Thanks to those books, I travelled to Spain long before actually setting foot on Spanish soil.

    Read more… New Spanish writing, by Miranda France

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    The adventures of the Wet Señor

    Author: Conor Gallagher

    Based on the true account of Spanish Armada Captain Francisco De Cuéllar. After a terrible storm in 1588, Captain Francisco De Cuellar of the Spanish Armada is washed ashore on Streedagh beach in Sligo. This is the story of his incredible Irish Odyssey.

    23rd of October, Axis Theatre

    Tour Oct/Nov 2010 The Adventures Of The Wet Señor

     

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    Españoles en el mundo: Dublin

    El 20 de October de 2010 en Spain in Dublin, Spanish-Irish relations por | Sin comentarios

    Es la ciudad de U2, de Oscar Wilde, de la cerveza negra y de San Patricio. “Españoles en el mundo” visita la capital de Irlanda.

    Un lugar lleno de estudiantes que buscan mejorar su inglés, y de extranjeros que buscan empleo en un país, hasta hace poco, emigrante.

    Por sus calles nos guían seis compatriotas. Ellos nos invitan a conocer el ambiente juvenil, la fiesta, la música y la gastronomía.

    Levantemos nuestra pinta porque nos vamos a Dublín.

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    Transcultural: the cinema of encounter

    El 19 de October de 2010 en Cultural Activities, Spanish Cinema por | Sin comentarios

    film series at IC Dublin

    The contemporary documentary cycle “Transcultural: through the eyes of others” brings together a series of films which tackle the migratory convergence taking place in today’s Spain.

    The four documentaries in this selection have been made by independent production companies, and each one visibly attempts to a give new perspective on the meeting of cultures, highlighting both problems and solutions.

    The common thread in these productions is the need to discuss issues which are right up to the minute, and to shed light on the tensions and assimilations inherent in the collision of cultures.

    The documentaries in this cycle propose answers to the age-old problem of identity, and, in clear terms, set out to lay the foundations for a better future in which we can all integrate through dialogue.

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    Felipe Gonzalez “on the run” and Franco’s soap opera

    El 13 de October de 2010 en Books, Spanish-Irish relations por | Sin comentarios

    I recall a day in 1968 which was exceptional only in that two interesting events happened in the space of a few hours which were otherwise repeated separately several times. At 4pm or thereabouts I recall receiving in my small flat, with junior colleagues from the British, French, Italian and German embassies, Felipe González, then a young clandestine trade union organiser. He briefed us on his political views and plans and disappeared into the streets, where he was “on the run”…

    Aiken’s Playpen
    by Michael Lillis

    Read more…Dublin Review of books

     

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    What’s new to the Spanish Library in Dublin?

    El 11 de October de 2010 en Library por | Sin comentarios

    New to the library The latest additions to the library catalogue can be consulted as usual on-line.

    Click ÚLTIMAS ADQUISICIONES, then select “Dublin”, and choose the time period, for example, the past 15 days, the past month, or the past 3 months.

    Follow the link to check out our selection for October 2010

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    Anchorman, Pop Tarts, Picasso…

    El 11 de October de 2010 en Art, Painters, Spanish Painters por | Sin comentarios

    Trinity College is home to an excellent collection of modern art – and even lets students borrow works for their rooms. This year, it’s showing them to the public and celebrating the scientist who started this cultural treasure trove, writes AIDAN DUNNE 

    Read more… Irish Times

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    Wondering where to start with the new Nobel laureate?

    El 8 de October de 2010 en Latin American writers, Spanish writers, Writers por | 1 comentario

    Mario Vargas Llosa: Five essential novels

    Wondering where to start with the new Nobel laureate? Here are five highlights

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    And the Nobel goes to Mario!

    Mario Vargas Llosa Nobel Prize

    Mario Vargas Llosa

    At last!

    Mario Vargas Llosa wins Nobel prize for literature.

    Congratulations Mario and thank you for your novels!


    Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa has won the 2010 Nobel Prize for Literature.

    The awarding committee said Vargas Llosa received the award “for his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual’s resistance, revolt and defeat”.

    The prize of 10 million Swedish krona (€1.07 million) was the fourth of this year’s Nobel prizes, following awards for medicine on Monday, physics on Tuesday and chemistry yesterday.

    Read more… Irish Times


    The Peruvian writer, novelist and politician Mario Vargas Llosa has won the 2010 Nobel prize for literature.

    Cited by the Swedish Academy for “his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual’s resistance, revolt and defeat”, the 10m SEK (£1m) award crowns a literary career that was launched in 1963 with his novel The Time of the Hero, and includes further books such as Conversation in the Cathedral (1969), Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter (1977) and The Feast of the Goat (2000).

    Read more… The Guardian


    The Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa, whose deeply political work vividly examines the perils of power and corruption in Latin America, won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday.

    Read More… The New York Times

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    Celtic culture in Ireland and Spain

    El 5 de October de 2010 en Library, Spanish-Irish relations por | Sin comentarios

    “Did the Irish come from Spain?” is the title of an article by John Carey which focuses on the myth of the Milesians, the descendents of Mil Espáine, who according to Irish mythology arrived in Ireland from Galicia.

    Whether fact or fiction, what is true is that Spain and Ireland have maintained a series of connections throughout the ages, about which little is known today.

    This month the library invites you to explore the origins of these connections dating back thousands of years.

    Come and discover the traces of the Celtic civilisations which shaped the evolution of both countries, and in doing so, understand a little bit better who we are today.

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    Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists | Online Only | Granta Magazine

    Granta’s Best Young Novelists issues have been some of the magazine’s most important – ever since the first ‘Best of Young British Novelists’ in 1983, which featured stories by Salman Rushdie, A. N. Wilson, Adam Mars-Jones and Martin Amis.

    There have since been two more Best of Young British Novelists lists, in 1993 and 2003, and lists for American novelists in 1996 and 2007. The titles have become milestones on the literary landscape, predicting talent as much as spotting it.

    Read more… Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists | Online Only | Granta Magazine.

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