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This chronicle, ‘Varanasi, mujer y cadáver’ is in Dubbuk format. You know: if you don’t understand a sentence, touch it and get the Spanish integrated translation.
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- Text and audio in Spanish
- Great quality audio in Spanish from Spain.
- Translation of the whole text to English.
- Fully illustrated
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· Word Reference bilingüal dictionary look-up available for each word.
· You can read in two columns, one in Spanish and the other in English.
· Listen separately to individual sentences as many times as you want.
Practice key aspects of Spanish language for intermediate level
If you want to refresh and improve your Spanish in a pleasant way.
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Read a fresh today's spanish chronicle in it’s original version.
Author: Inma Aljaro
Translation: María Jiménez
Voice: Agurtzane Atencia
Text and audio: Spanish
+20 min of audio
Advanced level - Original text
Voice in Spanish from Spain
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Books in Dubbuk format incorporate a new technology that allow you to read in Spanish in a comfortable and fluent way, as it integrate text, professional translation, audio and bilingual dictionary.
--- ‘Varanasi, mujer y cadáver’: Presentation and synopsis---
Hundreds of bodies are burnt every day in Varanasi, the holy city, the sacred city, the city packed with people. Good people, bad people. People. Lots of people. In this chronicle, Inma Aljaro, writer and traveller, draws an exceptional portrait of the chaotic and surprising atmosphere of one of the seven holy cities of Hinduism, the destination of many ill and elderly people who choose to die there because they believe that it will put an end to the cycle of reincarnation.
‘Varanasi, mujer y cadáver’ also shows what goes on behind the scenes, like a woman crying because her husband will not let her go and stay with her sister. “You Western women are very lucky, you are free”, she said to the journalist, who started to understand the reason for the looks she got in that bar where only men went.
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