Tagged Short Story

A Miracle of Saint James

‘This man who comes here with us–rise to your feet and greet him warmly, for the Apostle has performed a most marvelous miracle for him, saving him from the gibbet where he had been hanged.’

One Million Cows

From One Million Cows by Manuel Rivas, a book of eighteen short stories which won the Spanish Critics’ Prize in 1989. It is considered a foundational work with an important influence on the direction taken by modern Galician literature.

The Red Stockings

by Emilia Pardo Bazán (b. 1851 in A Coruña; d. 1921 in Madrid), was a novelist, journalist, essayist, critic and scholar from Galicia that wrote in Castilian Spanish and Galician.