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You are here because you want to start reading in Spanish! One thing you must know is that spanish literature is a very huge mass of texts. Lots of countries, lots of ages, themes, genres, everything! So, here’s the first rule, the most important thing in this whole article and the reading universe: Well, it’s easy to say it, right? There are a lot of people who starts reading just the things they have or found or get into it. Most important thing is to start feguera things you like.

Try with an author you have already read in your native language, or with a genre! I love science fiction, so one of my goals is to read science fiction in Russian! So, it’s here again: But, to help you know what kind of things you might like, I have made a little list of sarxmago spanish authors, themes, genres and other things!

I even ranked them by “spanish level of difficulty” You can find the list at the end of the article, you must earn it! It’s so much better than novels because they tend to be easier!

Much less characters, troubles, arguments and pages! And, if you don’t like or don’t understand too much the short stories you can leave it and start with another one, no need to finish a pages book to decide if you want to keep going or not with that author or genre. For example, i start reading Isaac Asimov’s short stories before his novels and it was a good call! There will be moments when you’re going to be frustrated and even angry with the texts.

Keep the calm and try to read it multiples times and use everything you have nearby to aid yourself in this task: You can even contact me and ask me anything about books! One of the best ways to learn a language is to read in that language, so you will be learning a lot of new things! Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges used to say: La lectura debe ser una de las formas de la felicidad y no se puede obligar a nadie a ser feliz. I always advised to my students that if a book bores them leave it; That they don’t read it because it’s famous, that they don’t read a book because it’s modern, that they don’t read a book because it’s antique.


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The reading should be one of the ways of sobree and nobody can be obliged to be happy. Jorge Luis Borges is one of the most complex and deep writers in the josse literature. He was an awesome storyteller; he only wrote short stories and poems He never wrote a novel. His works themes include: It is, sometimes, easy to read but very complex to understand and almost infirme to REALLY understand it you need a lot of knowledge of history, philosophy, literature, linguistics and much more disciplines.

Most of his works saramqgo about fantastic literature and the lane between reality and fantasy. His short stories could be a little bit tricky because he tend to play with the language, so it could be very difficult if you are not prepared to those kinds of things learn a new language is pretty hard in that circumstances.

He was a Mexican writer and died not long ago. His narrative is pretty lineal and easy to read, although a lot of his themes are complicated. He wrote about psychological dramas and problems. His short stories are pretty easy to understand and read.

His works inorme Spanish are remarkable. His wife was a native speaker of Spanish and he himself knew a lot about this language so his traductions are really really good they made them together. Most of his works are about human nature philosophical themes and religious things. He was one of the most important Latin-American writers and millstone of the Magic Realism. His books are about the magic that is present in the most common situations.

You might also need a little bit of American history to understand some of the situations American revolutions, USA interventions, etc.

Strong political content, Might need a little bit of History to comprehend, long Novels, Complex. Mario Vargas Llosa is a Peruvian writer and Nobel-prize winner. His novels tend to be long lz complex and with a lot of characters. He was a great Argentinian author who wrote lots of things and then burnt them. He started as a scientist and then he left that career to saramato an artist. He was very dark most of his life and a depressive character. His works are very psychological and deep.


He wrote a few light novels and a few really really long novels very complex too. His narrative is pretty lineal so that makes it easier to understand saraamgo. Most of his themes are romances and crimes.

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Also she write in a newspaper column so some of his books are scraps of those articles pretty shorts ones, good for a quick reading. Juan Rulfo is one of the most important Mexican writers of the twentieth century.

He has two notable works and both of them turn around the Mexican Revolution. His narrative might be a little tricky and hard to understand tough. He tends to use a lot of linguistic plays and non-lineal sequences along with multiple characters.

This is a hard but very good read. Also he was a musicologist the second man that I know with that profession other than Theodor Adorno. His works has a lot of influence of the music and a lot of political hidden content. Also they are structured according to music themes, rhythms and types of songs. If you know about music you might enjoy and discover a lot of things reading Alejo Carpientier.

He was an Argentinian writer and a good friend of Jorge Luis Borges. Most of his works are short stories along with short novels.

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His narrative is lineal and very easy to understand. As I said before, he and Borges were good friends so they influenced each other and they even wrote some things together. This lesson can still be improved. Contributors Vincent and Iratxeta Last Lessons iframe. Retrieved from ” https: