“April,” wrote TS Eliot, “is the cruelest month, breeding / Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing / Memory and desire, stirring / Dull roots with spring rain.” Eliot had his own reasons for taking such a dour view of the season which poets have traditionally celebrated for its associations with fertility and new life.
Article about Edward Hopper in relation to the exhibition of his work at the Thyssen Museum and in parallel to the figure of William Carlos Williams. Article by ANTONIO MUÑOZ MOLINA published in Babelia on 23/06/2012. Read complete. Review of the book "A Door I Never Found" by Thomas Wolfe. Article by JOSÉ MARÍA GULBENZU published
* Review of the documentary "William Burroughs: a man within" by Yony Leyser. Article by R. GARCIA published in Babelia on 30/10/2010. Read complete. * Article about the last poetry of William Carlos Williams in relation to that of Alberto Girri. Article by FRANCISCO CALVO SERRALLER published in Babelia on 30/10/2010. Read complete. * Interview
* Review of "Late Poems" by Wallace Stevens. Article by A. SÁENZ DE ZAITEGUI published in El cultural on 17/09/2010. Read complete. * Review of "Ghost Train to the Eastern Star" by Paul Theroux. Article by ANDRÉS BARBA published in El cultural on 17/09/2010. Read complete. * Review of the exhibition “Wall drawings and