A Girl's Guide to Guns and Monsters

Brilliant, unique sci-fi and delusion tales that includes courageous and impressive heroines

13 city and paranormal stories of sturdy girls, armed with guns they don't seem to be afraid to take advantage of, in addition to fists and ft of fury, who face monsters and undesirable guys-and are usually not above rescuing males within the procedure.

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The moon was born grey, and Beethoven was weeping Beneath her white hands, within her piano . . In the unlit living room, she was, as she played, Dark with moonlight and three times as lovely. The flowers of our two hearts were bleeding to death And perhaps we wept without either seeing the tears . . Each note set afire one of the wounds of love . . The sweet piano endeavored to understand us. From the balcony, open to the misty starlight, A sad wind came, from invisible worlds . . And she, she asked me about things unknowable And I answered her with unattainable things.

II How the wagons are weeping Along the Pueblo Nuevo Road! Pastorales/1903-1905 PASTORALE Pomegranates in the blue sky, Street of the mariners, H ow green are your trees, How joyful you make the sky! Illusory wind from the sea, Street of the mariners— Grey eye, lock of gold, Dark and ruddy features! ” Virgin of Carmel, may the oars Always rest in your hands; Under your eyes may the sea Be calm and the sky blue! In the evening the air gleams: The west is made of dreams; 12 It is a gold of nostalgia O f revery and tears.

Trend, tells us that Juan Ramon Jimenez has done many things his contemporaries did, only that he has done them first, such as the modern use of the metaphor, the play of words, the magical combination of sounds. Jimenez himself has recognized with complete objectivity as he observes the panorama of this half century of poetry in the Spanish speaking countries that the four most influential names have been Ruben Dario, Juan Ramon Jimenez, Pablo Neruda and Federico Garcia Lorca, each more so perhaps in a given moment or in a section of poetry, or as seems natural, in similar temperaments.

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