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Thursday, 10 October 2013

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

End of the season dinner.

We had dinner in a fantastic place called Fame Neghra. It is not a bar or a restaurant , it is a gastronomical society.
Fame Neghra

Ramón did the cooking.

 We had chicken pie, guacamole and anchovies for starter, baked sea bass for the main course and puff pastries for dessert.
chicken pie, guacamole and anchovies

baked sea bass
puff pastries

We had a fantastic time and missed Beth and Puri a lot.

We have all agreed that next year we will hold ALL our meetings in Fame Neghra!!!

Wednesday, 29 May 2013


I ´ve made a terrible mistake.The date is wrong.

We will meet for dinner on THURSDAY, June 6th!!  

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Let´s have a dinner!

We should all get together for an end of  the season dinner! 
Let us meet on Wednesday, June 6th in Fame Negra.
Ramón has offered to do the cooking (with a little help from his friends). It will be 10 euro per person and we will have starters, main course and dessert .
I if you want to come, please let me know.All of you are invited, even those who didn´t attend the last sessions!

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Don´t Forget!!

We´re meeting today at 6:15!!!!! Try to bring your book with you please! And I hope everyone can come; it´s the last bookclub of the year!

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Free Choice! May 15th

Hi Everyone!

I hope a good weekend. Just a few reminders:

Our next meeting will be the 15th of May.

And you have free choice for reading materials. BUT, please post on this blog the book you have chosen, so hopefully we will have a variety of books to talk about in class. If you can´t post on the blog, e-mail Gabriela.

And here are some reading options, if you can´t think of a book to read:
The Great Gatsby (New movie coming out in mid May)
The Little Prince (I´m sure you´ve read it in Spanish, so read it in English!)
Heart of Darkness (A classic, very well written)
To Kill A Mockingbird (About racial issues in the United States, written from the perspective of a child)
1984 (Futuristic distopia)
Farhenheit 451 (Another futuristic distopia, but the best in the genre in my opinion)
Of Mice and Men (About friendship, set during the Great Depression)
Night (Short, very easy-to-read TRUE account of living through the Holocaust)
The Sun Also Rises (Hemingway in Spain)
The Call of the Wild (Jack London in Alaska)
Into the Wild (True, journalistic account of a young man that disappeared in Alaska)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (About high school, written from the perspective of a teenager)

Most of them are on the shorter side. Also, most are available free on the internet, or they are very cheap because they were released a while ago.

You can also try reading a graphic novel (Maus and Persepolis are good choices) or another Shakespeare play!

Good Luck!

P.S. We are trying to plan some sort of dinner for May/June, so think of when you are available and what you would like to do!