Article about the Brexit dilemma from a personal standpoint. The British face a big challenge that may change their lives.
Artículo sobre las relaciones online en nuestro tiempo y los retos que abordamos a la hora de acomodar nuestras relaciones personales a un universo cada vez más orientado a las RR.SS.
Artículo sobre los toros y sobre el carácter simbólico del animal vs hombre en The Bilingual Observer.
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