Directed by Pedro Mario Herrero. With Carlos Estrada, José María Prada, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, María Jesús Lara. 22 Jul (Translation of Adios, Cordera! by Leopoldo Alas). The three of them, always the three of them! Rosa, Pinín, and ‘Lamb’. Somonte meadow was. According to Baquero Goyanes, “¡Adiós, Cordera!” is generally recognized as one of Leopoldo Alas’ best know works by critics and layman alike (El cuento ).

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The animal, which serves coedera a representation of the family’s deteriorating economic situation, is affectionately called Cordera or lamb, and has become a family pet. He folded his arms and entered the darkened yard. He was in a highly excited state. Pinin and Rosa – two children who owned La Cordera.

On this day he left them alone.

That life continues, there can be losses and tragedies in the path, but that shouldn’t stop us from our goals. Platero lulled by adkos song would fall asleep in the long grass. Lived to a mature age with the family of Chinta Anton de Cordsra – father of the two children Setting: Warbon was as large as a watermelon. See more popular or the latest prezis. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Send link to edit together this prezi using Prezi Meeting learn more: It was excessive; his affection for the beast clouded his reason. She would listen for minutes on end, even entire quarter hours, to the formidable metallic sounds the wind extracted from the fibres of the dry pine where they came in contact with the wires.


Beef for the gluttons, for those who return rich from America. Also in the village was a little consumptive girl who would sit erect in a forlorn chair in her room as she slid slowly back to heaven.

This is about Platero, the donkey. View my complete profile. However, the telegraph, the railway — all this really amounted to a momentary accident that drowned in the sea of solitude surrounding Somonte meadow.

The story begins in a pastoral setting interrupted by a telegraph pole. Present to your audience Cordeera remote presentation. He had not made the sale because nobody agreed to the price he asked.

Platero and the young poet were the closest of friends and shared their thoughts and understood each other very well. Send the link below via email or IM Copy.

Their father said nothing though the children guessed the danger. It was either that or the streets. It seems that the angels are throwing them from the seven galleries of paradise. He wanted to blind himself.

She is a beast, but his children had no other mother or grandmother! I truly appreciate your work. Comments 0 Please log in to add your comment. It carried with it her only love, her brother.

A little shepherd boy standing in the green crystal of the sunset would blow his horn as Platero and the poet passed by to be met by Bianca, one of the village girls who held the dead canary in her hands. And later, the eternal afternoons of sweet, sad silence in the same field, until night fell, its evening brilliance silent witness at the heights. I am a follower of the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda – author of Autobiography of a Yogi.


Always, the children would play with adkos and pull his ears but it was the little sick girl who was his sole delight and when she dies the bells rang out sorrowfully and Platero and the poet wept with a great sadness as her soul rose in her little white dress to heaven. She meditated more than corrdera ate and enjoyed living in peace beneath the grey, tranquil sky of her country, as if she was succouring her soul — something that even the brutes of this world possess.

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On all fours for hours upon hours, an expert in aadios, she knew how to make use of her time. Soon after, a railway is put through the field, which further ruptures the tranquility of the bucolic countryside and foreshadows the ending of the tale. Books with missing cover All stub articles. This Spain-related article is a stub.