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16:20

Opinion

Amazon gain forest

Peter Edgerton

Douglas Hofstadter's Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought, in spite of having one of the most clumsy titles in the history of literature, is an extraordinarily significant book. Not because ... Hofstadter which I came across while researching this article. It's called I Am A Strange Loop. Now that, my friends, is a book title.

12:56

Local

Interactive guide to the local sugar cane industry is launched

Eugenio Cabezas

The Mancomunidad de la Axarquia, an umbrella authority for the 31 towns and villages that make up the area, has published an illustrated guide to the history of sugar cane. The interactive book includes QR codes that allow the reader to watch

16:04

Local

From book clubs to weddings, events go online in the crisis

Jennie Rhodes

Most foreign residents in the province are well versed at using video calls to speak to loved ones back home. However, a month ago it would probably never have occurred to anyone to 'attend' a church service, their monthly book club or even speak to ... have joined in as well, and last Friday, the mayor, Rafael Torrubia, participated. Chloe also hopes to get some of the Spanish residents involved in the coming weeks. Barbara Crouter, also in Periana, said that she is making sure her book club still ... meet and they are planning to organise their first online meeting via Facebook messenger later this month. "We've already sent in our reviews for the latest book via email, but it's not the same. Getting the reviews by email made us realise how

23:36

LifeStyle

Former barrister bases first novel on his own ambitions

Tony Bryant

English. The title of his new book is a reference to Don Quijote, which Henry declares to "have never read". The novel focuses on a barrister who decides to take a year out and head off to Spain. The story-line follows him through a year in Andalucía, ... about. Eventually I came up with a sort of year in Canillas, which was rejected. I went back to the drawing board and eventually produced Tilting at Windmills," the humble Irishman declares. At first, Henry wondered if the idea of the book was "just pie ... in the sky", but he was soon spending hours alone in his writing room creating the story of a man who goes to Spain to write a novel: a novel that certainly seems to be a reflection of Henry's own life. The book, which is receiving five-star reviews

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

...and illustrated a book about it to raise funds for children's charities. Jake's book, which is called Corona Travel, is about the virus wanting to make friends and hugging people, but making them ill in the process. It was a conversation with his ... grandfather about the coronavirus that inspired him to write the book. Over 1,000 copies were sold in the first few days after publication, and the proceeds are being donated to charities such as Action4Schools, Rifcom and Helpmelearnafrica - the first three ... children around the world and one day he announced that he wanted to write a book and sell it so he could help them. Copies of Corona Travel are available to buy and can also be ordered from Spain, at a cost of £5 for the book plus postage. If anybody

13:21

Local

Book market raises 2,000 euros for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

The annual Christmas charity book fair held in Benalmádena last month raised more than 2,000 euros for the Cudeca Cancer Hospice. Held in the municipal library in Arroyo de la Miel, the market offered more than 5,000 second- hand books, magazines ... and audio-visual aids. In addition to helping Cudeca, the initiative is part of the town's recycling programme and also aims to foster an interest in reading. The money will be added to the 2,562 euros that has been raised during the weekly book

16:52

LifeStyle

Dedicated volunteers initiate alternative fundraising idea to help palliative care charity

Tony Bryant

...to continue helping those most in need. The association invited its supporters and members to submit recipes to be included in a special cookery book. Participants were asked for a small donation when submitting their favourite recipe, and the ... organisation has now published an e-book featuring 80 of their dishes. The book includes recipes for starters, mains, desserts and cakes that were submitted from all over the world. The volunteers have decided to dedicate the book to all whose lives have ... from people in lockdown from as far as India, Austria, Kenya, Spain and the UK. It took three weeks to produce," volunteer Hilda Hammond explained to SUR in English. The book costs nine euros and is available online (click here). All proceeds will go

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

A central vein of disappointment and sadness runs through A Moment of War, Laurie Lee’s unrelentingly bleak account of his experiences during the Spanish civil war. As I Walked Out One Midsummer’s Morning - the conclusion of which is this book ... to disappear forever, whatever the outcome of the conflict: “Worse than a country at war, this one was at war with itself - an ultimate, more permanent wastage.” One reads in Lee’s book, as one does in so many first-hand accounts of war, that a

19:19

Opinion

A lesson and an opportunity

Héctor Barbotta

The claim that an opportunity comes out of every crisis might work as a pretext for a self-help book, but it appears to be a terrible fallacy if the books we're looking at are history ones. The crises that humanity has been through since records

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

book and mug of lemon verbena tea. Instead I indulged in a glass of chilled Ronda white wine, slumped among decorative Indian mirror cushions, beneath an ornate pagoda - and watched the sunset. Now that's my kind of wellness retreat!