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By Federico García Lorca
Even though the lifetime of Federico García Lorca (1898–1936) was once tragically short, the Spanish poet and dramatist created a permanent physique of labor that continues to be across the world very important.
This collection of fifty five poems from the 1921 assortment Libro de poemas represents a few of his best paintings. Imbued with Andalusian folklore, wealthy in metaphor, and spiritually complicated.
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The sky was darkening and the first spots of rain were heavy in the wind, hard and cold. When Gracie pushed the back door open to their lodgings in Heneage Street, her grandmother was standing with a basin of water ready to wash and peel the potatoes. She looked worn-out from spending all day up to her elbows in hot water, caustic, and lye, heaving other people’s wet linen from one sink to another, shoulders aching, back so sore she could hardly touch it. Then she would have to lift the linen all again to wind it through the mangles that would squeeze the water out, and there would be some chance of getting it dry so it could be returned, and paid for.
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Probably it was only some minor dishonesty, someone taking advantage of a man who had died suddenly and unexpectedly; a theft, not anything as far-fetched as a murder. But either way, Minnie Maude would hurt just as badly. She would miss the uncle who had made her laugh and had loved her, and the donkey who’d been her friend. “We’ll find ’im,” Gracie said impulsively, swallowing hard, and knowing she was making a promise she would not be able to keep. Minnie Maude forced herself not to cry. She took an enormous breath and turned to face Gracie, her cheeks tear-streaked, wet hair sticking to her forehead.