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Letras Libres 3/2012
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3/2012

Letras Libres
 

Dossier

1812: Liberal legacy
Roberto L. Blanco Valdés
Cádiz: partera de la nación, cuna de la Constitución
Midwife of the nation, birthplace of the constitution
Antonio Elorza
La gestación de la libertad
The origin of freedom
Manuel Chust
La dimensión americana de la Constitución de 1812
The american dimension of the constitution of 1812
Ramón González
Entrevista con Carmen Iglesias
Interview with Carmen Iglesias

Convivial

José Manuel Prieto
Cuba: A state in retreat
Timothy Snyder
La realidad ignorada
Holocaust: The ignored reality
Gabriel Zaid
Una canción de María Grever
A María Grever song
Felix Romeo
Noche de los enamorados (fragmento)
Lovers Night (fragment)

Poemas

Poems
Tedi López Mills
Divagaciones
Meanderings
José Kozer
Lugar
Place
Pedro Serrano
Seven Oaks

Entrevista

Interview
By Bruno H. Piché
Jon Lee Anderson

Libros

Books
Patricio Pron
Canción de tumba,de Julián Herbert
Song of grave, by Julián Herbert
Manuel Arias Maldonado
El triunfo de las ciudades,de Edward Glaeser
Triumph of The City, by Edward Glaeser
Blas Matamoro
Al vuelo de la página.Diario 1990-2000,de Juan Malpartida
The flight of the page. Journal 1990-2000, by Juan Malpartida
Leah Bonnín
Jin Ping Mei. El erudito de las carcajadas, anónimo
Jin Ping Mei. The Plum in the Golden Vase, anonymous
Javier Aparicio Maydeu
Cuentos reunidos y Las vidas de Dubin,de Bernard Malamud
Collected Stories and Dubin’s Lives, by Bernard Malamud
Mariano de Santa Ana
Cuaderno de las islas, de Andrés Sánchez Robayna
Islands Notebook, by Andrés Sánchez Robayna
Andrea Martínez Baracs
La liebre de la Patagonia, de Claude Lanzmann
The patagonian hare, by Claude Lanzmann

Artes y medios

Arts and Media
Vincente Molina Foix
Cine:Los Goyas 2012
Films: The Goya Awards 2012
María Minera
Pintura: Mona Lisa bis
Arts: The Two Mona Lisas
Maite Méndez Baiges
Artes Plásticas Hesychasta. En la muerte de Tàpies
Arts: Hesychasta. In the death of Tàpies
María Virginia Jaua
Artes: Una sexta parte de la Tierra en el musac
Arts: One-sixth of the earth on the MUSAC of Leon, Spain

Notes on...

Teresa Giménez Barbat
Astronomía: La exploración del cosmos
Astronomy: The exploration of Cosmos
Jordi Gracia
In memóriam: Elogio intempestivo de Carlos Pujol
In Memoriam: Untimely commend of Carlos Pujol
Malcolm Otero Barral
Periodismo Cultural: La mujer del César
Cultural Journalism: The Caesar's wife
Ibsen Martínez
Venezuela: Elecciones primarias: Ensayo general?
Venezuela: Primary elections: rehearsal?
Mauricio Montiel Figueiras
Literatura: Vendrá la muerte y tendrá tus letras
Literature: death will come and will have your letters

Columnas

Columns
Hugo Hiriart
Diario Infinitesimal: Una o dos nociones básicas de alquimia
Infinitesimal Journal: One or Two Basic Notions of Alchemy
Roger Bartra
Sinapsis: Amor interno bruto
Synapses: Love domestic product
Enrique Serna
Aerolitos: Cómo fracasar en sociedad
Meteorites: How to Failure in Society
Guillermo Sheridan
Saltapatrás: El futuro como materia prima
Saltapatrás: future as raw material


 

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Civil disobedience for an age of total surveillance
The case of Edward Snowden

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