Learning Spanish Whilst Walking Around the House (ES)
There are very few things that are as beaten up as the Spanish language, systematically annoying, outrageous and grimy for the media professionals, who hate their tools of words, like bricklayers hate their bricks: because they remind them that they have to work.
As for the contribution that politicians make in their speeches and their rants to the deterioration of Spanish, it is better not to talk about it.
Our language has caught the attention of Enrique galled Jardel, an unscrupulous writer that laughs and jokes about everything and literally shatters the greatest treasure of the Spanish speaking world with his stubborn hammer of cultural deviance.
What remains after such destruction is something like an irreverent style countermanual. We trust, honest reader, that Spanish to walk around the house will be useful to you to fight against that dragon of linguistic pillage that was born from the egg of postmodernism. Enrique Gallud Jardiel (Valencia, 1958) belongs to a family of literary roots, as he is the grandson of Jardiel Poncela, the great humorist. He is a Doctor in Hispanic Philology and has taught at universities in Spain and abroad. He has to his credit numerous literary, historical and philosophical essays.
- Author: Enroque Gallug Jardiel
- Pages: 208
- Binding: Softcover
- Size: 21 x 15 cm
- Publisher: Espuela de la Plata
- Language: Spanish
- ISBN: 9788416034444