Witchcraft, cosmetic reconstruction, and a classic love story that ends in tragedy– Fernando de Rojas writes about a century with revolutionary ideas.
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Suele ser fácilmente ignorado, quizá porque escribió todo su trabajo en español. Pero no en la era de internet. Sus palabras estuvieron más vivas que nunca esta semana en el estudio de AL DÍA, durante la grabación del primer episodio de una serie de podcast titulada ‘Literatura para escuchar’, que se lanzará próximamente.
Perhaps because he wrote all his work in Spanish, this master of literature is easily overlooked. In the age of the Internet, not anymore. His words were alive this week in a AL DÍA Studio during the recording of the first episode of a podcast series entitled “Literature to Listen to” (Literatura Oral), soon to be launched.
Fernando de Rojas had a vision that was not compatible with the era he was living in.