El hidalgo que nunca regresó by Carlos Luria

By Carlos Luria

Madrid, 1615. Un joven recién llegado de Barcelona recorre un laberinto de calles heladas y desiertas hasta que finalmente encuentra su objetivo: los angeles depressing taberna a los angeles que acude diariamente un anciano próximo a l. a. muerte.

Miguel de Cervantes, el padre del Quijote.

El joven tiene una misión: entregar al escritor una misteriosa y antigua arqueta. A cambio, Cervantes deberá contarle lo que ocurrió cuarenta años atrás, cuando period un hidalgo perseguido que se refugió en Barcelona en su camino hacia el exilio. Empieza así un apasionante recorrido por los angeles etapa más enigmática de l. a. vida de Cervantes, los seis días que pasó en una Ciudad Condal convulsa y amenazada por el Imperio otomano; seis dramáticos días que cambiarán l. a. vida del escritor para siempre…

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Some men were so tired they fell asleep while guarding the fort. NARRATOR 1: After twelve long days and nights, the attacks stopped. ENRIQUE: Mother, it’s so quiet. Maybe the fighting is done. NARRATOR 1: Suddenly, a terrible noise exploded into the darkness. SOUND: [guns and cannons] ANITA: Gregorio, wake up. Santa Anna’s soldiers have jumped the wall! NARRATOR 2: Santa Anna’s soldiers tore through the fort. They fired everywhere. They threw open the door to the chapel. Enrique felt sick. He wondered if he was about to die.

Supplies were running low. The Texas soldiers were almost out of ammunition. Everyone was hungry and thirsty. Some men were so tired they fell asleep while guarding the fort. NARRATOR 1: After twelve long days and nights, the attacks stopped. ENRIQUE: Mother, it’s so quiet. Maybe the fighting is done. NARRATOR 1: Suddenly, a terrible noise exploded into the darkness. SOUND: [guns and cannons] ANITA: Gregorio, wake up. Santa Anna’s soldiers have jumped the wall! NARRATOR 2: Santa Anna’s soldiers tore through the fort.

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