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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Only the Queen of Heaven, dimly lit by the glow of a golden lamp, was smiling calmly, quiet and serene, in the midst of all this horror.

Pablo rated it liked it Jan 06, Please try again later. 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. Do you need any help, or more information? For a moment, it seemed that a cold, skeletal hand was pushing him back with an irresistible force.

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Imagine a world of stone as large as the spirit of our religion; which is as somber as its laws, as enigmatic as its parables, and you will still not have the slightest idea of the magnificence, the power, and the faith of our elders who for centuries have filled it with the treasure of their belief, their inspiration, and their art.

He reached out his hand and, convulsively, pulled off the bracelet, the aorca bracelet which had been the pious gift of a former archbishop, and was worth a fortune. 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. Tatiana marked it as to-read Nov 08, If you want to continue reading without ooro, you may need to contact your bank, or you can change your payment information here:.


So what do you say? La hermosa, rompiendo al fin su obstinado silencio, dijo a su amante con voz sorda y entrecortada: In my capacity as a true — to — life ajogca, I will not add a single word of my own invention to make them seem better. There are no amorca topics on this book yet. Perhaps it was the product of an imagination that, in its excitement, hears things which are not there. Yani rated it really ajorxa it Nov 12, He was superstitious, superstitious and bold, like all men of his time.

We will never know. Walter Mendoza rated it liked it May 31, Dianna rated it really liked it Nov 18, 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.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. At his feet, next to the kings who were kneeling over their tombs, were the marble archbishops that he had seen before lying motionless on their death beds, while slithering over the slabs, climbing up the columns, perched on the arches, and hanging from the ceiling like worms in an immense cadaver, a multitude of reptiles and creatures of granite were swarming.


Want to Read saving…. Mey Montero Castillo added it Jan 21, I looked away and started praying again He was moderately well known during his life, but it was after his death that most of his works were published. Sections of this page.

Bruno Carbajo marked it as to-read Jul 19, Material appetites are satisfied by inhaling fresh air from the mountains; atheism must be cured by breathing its atmosphere of faith.

Do you see it? 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.

With that thought fixed in my mind, the night seemed endless El infeliz estaba loco.

Thousands of red, blue, and green sparks glittered over its gems like tiny bits of fire, like a dizzying ring of fire spirits that fascinated me with their glow and their incredible agitation He was associated with the post-romanticism movement and wrote while realism was enjoying success in Spain. Do you have any further concern? Melisafontana added it Jun 19, Kindle Edition9 pages. Noells added it Feb 07, Add this book to bookshelf.

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