18 Nov BookMarked: Marcadores de Instituto Cervantes
Hello, Cheer Readers! Welcome to BookMarked, where I share all the wonders of collecting that ever-so-important companion of readers everywhere: the bookmark! Check out other collections here.
Yes, it has been a long while! But I return with a set that you will hopefully enjoy. I’m talking about my bookmarks from Instituto Cervantes, a.k.a. what might be a dream collection for those who enjoy Spanish literature.
I should say first that Instituto Cervantes is one of the best producers of free bookmarks in the country and the only one that produces the kind of bookmarks I can only expect receiving from my international exchanges. If you’re also a bookmark collector residing here, you know what I mean. Free bookmarks are rare, much more the “collection-material” ones.
Good thing I used to gatecrash at Instituto Cervantes in many of their events. That was how I discovered that they distribute free bookmarks. And if you know me, I wouldn’t let a chance pass without checking out if a new piece is out for free, again.
So for this month, I’m sharing my marcadores de Instituto Cervantes with you.
These bookmarks are a dream for two main reasons:
First, because they feature some of the great authors of the Spanish literature:
Grandes Autores de la Literature En Español
- Victoria Ocampo (Buenos Aires, 1890 – San Isidro, 1979)
- Gabriel Aresti (Bilbao, 1933 – 1975)
- Salvador Espriu (Santa Coloma de Farners, 1913 – Barcelona, 1985)
- Rosalia de Castro (Santiago de Compostela, 1837 – Padron, 1885)
- Jose Lezama Lima (La Habana, 1910 – 1976)
And second, because they feature some of the great poems written by famous Spanish poets:
Poems and Publications
- El son enterso, de Nicolas Guillen
- Canto general, de Pablo Neruda
- Soneto, de Lope de Vega
- La regenta, de Leopoldo Alas Clarin
- La realidad y el deseo, de Luis Cernuda
- Desde la torre, de Francisco de Quevedo
Now the marcadores, everyone. Indulge on them!
In case you wanted to visit…
Instituto Cervantes in Manila
Location: 855 T.M. Kalaw Street, 1000 Ermita, Manila
Contact: +632 5261482; (fax) +632 5261449; firstname.lastname@example.org
Ciao for now. Until next time! ☁
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