En la tumba de Josep Pla

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EN LA TUMBA DE JOSEP PLA es la crónica de una visita al cementerio de Llofriu, donde se encuentra enterrado el excelente escritor ampurdanés Josep Pla. Otro escritor, en este caso el escritor barcelonés Antonio Gálvez Alcaide, le rinde homenaje escribiendo las impresiones de su viaje hasta allí, las sensaciones sobre las cercanías del cementerio, los lúgubres pensamientos delante de la tumba. Lo que encuentra donde se hallan los huesos de su admirado maestro le parece desolador.
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Antonio Gálvez Alcaide (Barcelona, 1963), licenciado en Filología Hispánica por la Universidad de Barcelona, ha publicado la novela El Paseo de los Caracoles (Alba Editorial, 1999; Morfeo Editorial, 2008), y el libro de cuentos de temática hispanoamericana Relatos del fuego sanguinario y un candor (Calambur Editorial, 1997; Morfeo Editorial, 2009). En Morfeo Editorial reparte títulos entre la narrativa (Caliente, Como las víboras, El solitario, Trenzado de homicidas, El informe del roedor, Cuentos agrios, La verdadera historia de Jesucristo, El Buscón y las Busconas, Apuntes eróticos), las memorias (Dietario en Red 2004-2006, Dietario en Red 2007-2008, El viejo profesor), la crónica de viajes (Barcelona, Ávila, Ruta del oeste, Córdoba, Toledo, Soria, Cataluña), la poesía (Falta el aire), el periodismo (Artículos fronterizos), y las adaptaciones al castellano moderno de obras literarias de la Edad Media y de los Siglos de Oro (Milagros de Nuestra Señora, Danza General de la Muerte, Coplas a la muerte de su padre, La Celestina, La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes, y de sus fortunas y adversidades, Don Quijote de la Mancha. Capítulos escogidos, El Buscón). Como articulista, ha colaborado con el diario ABC. Algunos de sus relatos se diseminan en publicaciones periódicas, como las revistas Lateral, Blanco y Negro, y Turia. Actualmente alterna la escritura con la docencia. Página web: http://www.galvezalcaide.com

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MORFEO EDITORIAL
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Language
Spanish
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Travel / Europe / Spain & Portugal
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The aim of this Spanish Short Stories for Beginners book is to help you interiorize new Spanish vocabulary so that you can learn Spanish by reading much faster. The stories you’ll find here are challenging enough so that you can keep learning and absorbing new words and grammatical structures in Spanish naturally as you read.

One common mistake people make when reading is to engage in intensive reading, the kind of reading that tries to understand every single word which could rapidly become frustrating.

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So the main idea is that you engage in EXTENSIVE READING, the kind of reading that focuses in reading material until the vocabulary sounds so familiar that you can grasp the story even though there might be a word here and there that you don’t quite well understand. Your brain is catching up on new vocabulary on autopilot, the more associations you let your brain make the better your Spanish will become. So don’t let a few words to bother you, keep reading, you can always come back to those words later if you need to.
We have provided some translations along the story so that reading can have a more pleasant experience.

Keep reading and try to guess the meaning of new vocabulary based on the context of the story and, if you need to, you’ll find some words in parenthesis that will help you make the learning process faster and more enjoyable. Without thinking much of it you’ll develop a sense for what the meaning of any given word is that you’ll be gladly surprised.

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