Nov 12, 2015

Hispabooks: Challenging Stereotypes of Spanish Literature - Publishing Perspectives

Hispabooks is offering an impressive selection of Spanish novels that speak a cosmopolitan, European language to global readers in English. By Andrés Delgado Darnalt Don Quixote de la Mancha — the slim, mustachioed man created by…

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