La ajorca de oro. 0 references. author · Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. 0 references. country of origin · Spain. 0 references. narrative location · Toledo. 0 references. Format: audio. Language: spa. Time. Date: Early 21st century; Period: Early 21st century. Temporal: st; 21st; 21st century. Provenance. Identifier. “THE GOLDEN BRACELET” / “LA AJORCA DE ORO”, GUSTAVO ADOLFO BÉCQUER (A Legend of Toledo) I She was beautiful, beautiful with the kind of.
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After she dried her eyes, she looked at him intently for a moment; then she sighed and began crying again. Around this chapel were tombs with the stone image of former kings who, with their hand resting on the hilt of their sword, seemed to watch over this sanctuary in whose dark shadows they were resting for eternity. Laura Ruiz rated it it was ok May 24, Pero a la Virgen del Sagrario, a nuestra Santa Patrona, yo She was capricious, capricious and extravagant, like all women.
The sun was setting behind the nearby mountains; the fog was floating like a blue veil over the water, and only the monotonous sound of the current broke the profound silence. Michael Lloyd-Billington rated it liked it Dec 26, The cathedral was now empty, completely empty and sunken in profound silence.
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There, the light of a lamp made it possible to distinguish his features. Imagine a forest of granite palm trees whose ve form a magnificent anorca of arches, under which a whole world of real and imaginary creatures are thriving with a life that was granted by a god. Refresh and try again.
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With a convulsive movement Pedro grasped the hilt of his sword and ee his head which, in fact, he had lowered; and with a hesitant voice he asked: Lauren rated it liked it Oct 21, The events described in this ofo story, which occurred many years ago, do not tell us anything more about these two protagonists. But if the cathedral always seems grand and imposing when we enter its mysterious, holy sanctuary, it is never quite as impressive as on the days when it is decorated for a religious festival, when its tabernacles are covered with gold and jewelry, its steps with carpets, and its pillars with tapestries.
Finally, he opened his eyes and looked around, and a sharp cry escaped from his lips. Other lesser-known, but none less valuable, works include his “Cartas Desde mi Celda” “Letters from my Cell” and “Cartas Literarias a una Mujer” “Literary Epistles to a Woman” which adopt an intimate, contemplative style similar to Thoreau in “Walden.
Moving closer to Maria, Pedro took her hand and, resting his arm on the railing of the bridge from which she was looking down at the passing waters, he asked her again why she was crying. An essential figure in the canon of Hispanic letters, and an obligatory reading in any Spanish-language High School, he is today considered the founder of modern Spanish lyricism. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
But it is not yours, and it will never, ever be yours Pedro tried to keep moving; he arrived at the gate and climbed to the first step of the main chapel. Material appetites are satisfied by inhaling fresh air from the mountains; atheism must be cured by breathing its atmosphere of faith.
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There is a session opened in another device. Do you have any further concern? He reached out his hand and, convulsively, pulled off the bracelet, the golden bracelet which had been the pious gift of a former archbishop, and was worth a fortune. Pedro looked down at the waters of the Tajo with a glum expression, his eyes fixed on the current that continued to flow past their vantage — point, past the rocks which formed the foundation of their city.
Still not satisfied, he continued pressing her with questions.
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It looks like a circle of stars plucked from a summer night. I left the church and came home, but I came with that image fixed in my mind. Now the precious thing was in his possession; his tense fingers held on to it with a power that was almost supernatural. Sep 22, Aldana rated it it was ok Shelves: But that was impossible!
Nathdiushka rated it it was amazing Dec 28, Maria Laura rated it it was amazing Sep 11, The cathedral was filled with statues, statues dressed in long robes that had descended from their niches and their pedestals so they filled the entire cathedral and were staring at him with their empty eyes. Karen marked it as to-read Jan 14, Lists with This Book.
La Ajorca de oro
She was beautiful, beautiful with the kind of beauty that inspires vertigo, with a beauty that is nothing like that which we associate with angels but which, nevertheless, seems supernatural; a diabolical beauty which the Devil might have given to someone, to make them His instrument on earth. But in order to do that, he would first have to open his eyes, and Pedro was afraid to see; he was afraid to see the statue, the tombs of the kings and the gargoyles on the cornices, the mythical monsters resting on the columns, and the faint rays of light that were moving like ghosts through the naves which were filled with strange, frightening noises.
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Finally, at dawn my eyes closed and, would you believe? Este libro ha sido convertido a formato digital por una comunidad de voluntarios. Vane rated it it was ok Feb 17,