Narrative subgenres.

Narrative subgenres

The narrative subgenres are each of the groups that make up the narrative texts. Come and learn more about them.

Review of The language of the butterflies.

The tongue of butterflies

"The language of the butterflies" is a story from the book Que me queres, amor? by the Galician Manuel Rivas. Come, learn more about the work and its author.

Review of El Conde Lucanor.

Count Lucanor

El Conde Lucanor, by Don Juan Manuel, is one of the most significant works of medieval literature. Know our review.

Review of El Monte de las Ánimas.

The mount of the souls

El Monte de las Ánimas is a narration by the Spanish Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. In it he tells of Alonso's misadventures. Come, learn more about the work and its author.

Review of The metamorphosis.


The metamorphosis is a story by Franz Kafka that reflects the cruelty of society through an unusual plot. Come, know more about the author and his work.

Review of The Adventures of Tintin.

The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin is a comic created by the Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi (Hergé). Come and learn more about the work and its author.

Elvira Lindo's books.

Elvira Lindo's books

Elvira Lindo's books are a reference in world children's literature for their unique style. Come and learn more about her and her work.

Review of a rural doctor ".

A Rural Doctor, by Franz Kafka

A rural doctor is a text that confronts the reader. His language is so vivid, that it leaves in doubt if it was real or not. Come and learn more about the work and its author.

Review of Little Red Riding Hood.

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood, in both the Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm versions, continues to captivate the world. Come and learn more about its history.


Cinderella and her true origin

Cinderella is an acclaimed tale covered by The Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault. Come and learn more about its historical origins and the work itself.

Review of El Guerrero del Antifaz.

The warrior with the mask

This masterful comic immerses whoever reads it in intricate plots that arose in the days of the Catholic Monarchs. Come and learn more about the work and its author.

The truth behind Snow White.

The truth behind Snow White

Few people today have not seen the film Snow White, but the original story is far from it. Come and learn interesting facts about this work.

The Lord of the rings.

The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings is one of the most important literary works of fantasy in history. Come and learn about the history of Middle Earth and its creator.

The Silmarillion.

The Silmarillion

The Silmarillion came to explain the cosmogony of The Lord of the Rings; it is a magnificent and intricate book. Come and learn more about the work and its author.

Irene Villa's books, el Libroabrazo.

Irene Villa: books

Irene Villa is a survivor of terrorism, the clear sign that, no matter what, you can move on. Come and learn more about his work and his life.

The real Little Mermaid.

The real little mermaid

The Little Mermaid is one of Hans Christian Andersen's tales, which tells the love story of a mermaid and a human. Come and learn more about the author and his work.

Jorge Amado.

Jorge Amado, life and works

Jorge Amado was a Brazilian writer whose work highlighted the value of the poor class and how they are left out. Come and learn about his life and works.

Various works by Lope de Vega.

Lope de Vega's books

The literary work of Félix Lope de Vega is considered one of the largest and most important in Spain. Come and learn more about the life and books of Lope de Vega.

Edgar Allan Poe. 209 years after his birth. Some of his phrases

It is now 209 years since the birth of Edgar Allan Poe, so once again it is time to congratulate him on his eternity as a great among the greats of the novel, the story, the poetry and, above all, of the terror, the passion and the most overwhelmed feeling. Today are some of his phrases.

The olive green dress

The academic routes that a student of Letters like me must (and wants, let's go…) do, sometimes lead to places…

On the new literature

In these days, in these times that invade us, that surround us, that understand us, literature has given a ...

Sir Horace Walpole, Shadowforger

Today marks the 290th anniversary of the birth of Horace Walpole, the brilliant aristocrat who with The Castle of Otranto (1764)…

Kipling and his child's heart

This year marks just one century since one of the masters of XNUMXth century narrative, Rudyard Kipling, received the ...