Wikipedia has found a homely name for a church in Carmona, Seville province.
- Carmen de España
A not particularly serious assault on Prosper Mérimée.
- Fine babies for sale
A foreign baby-trading story in the papers the other day was greeted with general horror. Here then is a Barcelona court statement dated 1946/12/2 and quoted in Paco Villar’s 1997 Historia y Leyenda del Barrio Chino (1900-1992):
- Bleeding-heart hippy
Iglesia Parroquial de Santa Teresa de Jesús, Carmelo, Barcelona.
- Some more sun goddesses
The other day I did a libertarian Raval tour with a particularly dangerous Californian sociologist, and we got onto Orwell’s apparent incapacity to see the most recent civil war as anything but a class conflict betrayed. This despite ethnic-based stuff like the vicious mini-civil war between Catalan fascists associated with Estat Català and self-described communist libertarians, …