Have you ever wondered which women broke ground as authors inside the Spanish and Portuguese speaking worlds? Here are women writers who blazed new trails. These works in translation are classics of the Hispanic and Lusophone literary traditions. Izetta I.
Don Quixote's niece, the housekeeper, the parish curate, and the local barber decided that his chivalric books had driven him crazy, so they burned most of them. Here are some that they saved because they were so excellent!