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Author: Sandra Bruna Friday 28 January 2022

This is the life story of an innovative woman who was overshadowed by the men in her family. Daughter of and Indian man and a Catalan woman, Mercè Pàniker grew up in Barcelona in the 20’s of the past century and spend her teenage years in a boarding school in the Nazi Germany, where it started the Second World War. She studied chemistry in the University of Barcelona and a Master’s degree in the University of Leeds, where there was only four women among twenty men. Often, she was the only woman in a world of men, and she always stood her ground with her head held high, without making excuses, without asking permission. When she came back to Barcelona, she started directing her family business Pàniker, S.A. and promoted a strong associative web inside the chemical sector. When her husband suddenly died, she will have to raise her four children alone. With the arrival of democracy, she will involve herself in defence of liberties and the equality of women.


Author: Sandra Bruna Thursday 8 September 2016

Book of secrets and truths about the life of Ramon Llull : childhood , where he begins to discover their capabilities ; its activity as a courtier , troubadour , minstrel and conqueror of hearts the period of anxieties and doubts its marriage with Blanca Picayo ; crazy love Eleanor ‘s Castello not want the … facts that make Ramon Llull into a period of carelessness , more obsessed than ever in his compositions troubadours and lewd , and who began his conversion and conceives the ideas of the three goals of his life . Discovering Ramon Llull , the greatest exponent of Catalan culture .


Author: Sandra Bruna Tuesday 26 April 2016

The story of Dragon Dagom is one of audacity, happiness and success. After surprising the audience with Antaviana, Noche de San Juan and Glups!, and travelling the entire peninsula in a van, Juan Lluís Bozzo’s company bets hard on musicals with an adaptation of the humorous opera Mikado. Soon after, they risk creating something themselves: Mar y cel; and they achieve a great hit within Catalan musicals. With the ambitious Flor de nit, with Manuel Vázquez Montalbán’s screenplay, they pay tribute to the neighborhood of Paralelo, in Barcelona.  No other company from Catalonia has such a path like Dagoll Dagon or a reporter as passionate and fun as Joan Lluís Bozzo, who knows how to keep the audience and the readers stuck to their chairs with a sparkling and nice tale, filled with interesting elements.


Author: Sandra Bruna Tuesday 23 June 2015

An inspiring book about one the most emblematic figures of contemporary politicians.

“A few years ago, when Mujica was elected president of Uruguay, the world discovered a different politician. He lived with little, he spoke his mind and expressed more as a philosopher than as a former guerrilla turned-politician. From a young age he was heavily involved in activism, he lived the sixties from the revolutionary trench, he spent the seventies in the darkest catacombs of dictatorship and in the nineties he participated in the growth and success of the left to become president of his country. Mujica has completed his government with high popularity, economic and social outcomes praised worldwide and specific measures that will be remembered. He has done it combining two antithetical realities. The ideological conception and life style of an anarchist and the functions of a president that concentrates the greatest power of the state ”
Allan Percy


Author: Wednesday 29 October 2014

Amb Ulls de Nena (With Girl’s eyes) is the overwhelming diary that Encarnació Mantorell i Gil wrote during the Civil War, when she was barely a teenager. For seventy years, these documents have remained hidden in a closet in the Horta neighbourhood in Barcelona and therefore unpublished. But thanks to the work of the pedagogy researcher Salvador Domènech, they are now revealed.

The girl Encarnació was seventy years ago portrayed her everyday life on the rearguard: the lack of stock in the stores and the high prices of food, the shame of going out with shabby clothes, the euphoric moments and the pessimism arisen from the ups and downs typical from the war and the toughest moments of death, destruction and loss of her loved ones.

Encarnació still lives in Horta.

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