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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The sun was setting behind the ajoeca mountains; the fog was floating like a blue veil over the water, and only the monotonous sound of the current broke the profound silence. But there he was, and he was undoubtedly there in order to carry out a criminal act.
In its bosom you will find the stillness, the majesty and the poetry of mysticism, as well as a sacred rejection of all mundane thoughts and the petty passions of everyday life. One day he found her in tears and asked her why she was crying.
Around him everything was unreal and frightening; objects were indistinct and difficult to see in the darkness. He reached out his hand and, convulsively, pulled off the bracelet, the golden bracelet which had been the pious gift of a former archbishop, and was worth a fortune.
My eyes involuntarily went back to the same place. Laury Plum rated it it was ok Mar 20, Michael Lloyd-Billington rated it liked it Dec 26, Pedro tried to keep moving; ajora arrived at the gate and climbed to the first step of the main chapel. There is a session opened in another device. Quotes from La Ajorca de oro. Walter Mendoza rated it liked it May 31, He was superstitious, superstitious and bold, like all men of his time.
Callas, callas y doblas la frente Learn Spanish with Salo Education. Ajorcz for telling us about the problem. The lights of the altar were reflected in the facets of its diamonds in a way that captivated me. Book added to the bookshelf Ok. Este libro ha sido convertido a formato digital por una comunidad de voluntarios. Vane rated it it was ok Feb 17, He loved her; he loved her with a love that knows no limits or restraints; he loved her with a love that looks for happiness and joy, but finds only torment; a love that seems to be happy, but which Heaven might have used as punishment for a sin.
In my capacity as a true — to — life chronicler, I will not add a single word of my own invention to make them seem better. Nevertheless, he took control of himself and closed his eyes so that he would not see it.
Nevertheless, from time to time Pedro could hear some strange noises: This important religious festival had attracted large numbers of the faithful; the crowds of people had dispersed in different directions, the lights of the ajora and the altar were extinguished, and the enormous doors had creaked on their hinges as they closed, when a very pale man, as pale as the statue of the tomb where he kneeled for a moment, made his way quietly and cautiously through the shadows towards the iron gate of the transept.
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 ajorac 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. I left the church and came home, but I came with that image fixed in my mind.
Add this book to bookshelf. Liten Solros rated it liked it Oct 02, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Federico Garcia Lorca Writer. Finally, he opened his eyes and looked around, and a sharp cry escaped from his lips.
If that were the case, I would be happy to find a way ajogca get it and give it to you, though it cost me my life or caused my damnation. It looks like a circle of stars plucked from a summer night.
La Ajorca de oro by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. His heart felt like it was going to explode, and a wave of blood clouded his vision. Melisafontana added it Jun 19, Around this chapel were tombs with the stone image of former kings who, with their ajodca resting on the hilt of their sword, seemed to watch over this sanctuary in whose dark shadows they were resting for eternity.
Cookies help us deliver our services. Imagine an incomprehensible mixture of shadow and light, where the naves spread out under vaulted arches that are sunken in the darkness of a sanctuary that is permeated roo the glow of candles. To ask other readers questions about La Ajorca de oroplease sign up. I want to read without limits! He is best known for his intimate, lyrical poems and for his legends; more importantly, he is remembered for the verbal decor with which he impregnated everything he wrote.
With a convulsive movement Pedro grasped the hilt of his sword and raised his head which, in fact, he had lowered; and with a hesitant oto he asked: Yesterday I went to the cathedral; they were celebrating the festival of the Virgin and, resting on the central altar over a golden base, her statue was shining like it was on fire; powerful notes of the organ spread through all the corners of the church while the choir was singing Hail Holy Queen.
La Ajorca de oro
The cathedral was now empty, completely empty and sunken in profound silence. They were both from Toledo; where they had lived since they were born. Do you need any help, or more information? It was another woman, another woman like me, who looked at me and laughed as though she mocked me. The next morning when the church workers found him, he was still holding the golden bracelet in his hands, and when he saw them, he exclaimed with an insane laugh: She was capricious, capricious and extravagant, like all women.
On the same day when the conversation which we have just described took place, in the Cathedral of Toledo they were celebrating the last magnificent Octave of the Virgin. Yani rated it really liked it Nov 12,