Abril 2017

Leyendo

  1. Ness, Patrick. A Monster Calls. London: Walker Books, 2012. Print.

  2. Key, Jim. “A Monster Calls: Trying Not to Draw.” Beyond the Book: Transforming Children’s Literature. Ed. Bridget Carrington and Jennifer Harding. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. 14–23. Print.

  3. Robertson, D.W. “The Doctrine of Charity in Medieval Literary Gardens: A Topical Approach Trough Sybolism and Allegory.” Speculum 26.1 (1951): 24–49. Print.

  4. Punter, David, ed. A Companion to the Gothic. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2000. Web.

  5. Arnold, Dana, and David Peters Corbett. A Companion to British Art: 1600 to the Present. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2013. Web.

Escuchando

  1. Vanesa Martín. Ven, siéntate y me lo cuentas… 2012
  2. Róisín Murphy. Overpowered. 2007
  3. Depeche Mode. Ultra. 1997
  4. Paul Anka. Rock Swings. 2005
  5. Led Zeppelin. How the West Was Won. 2003
  6. Imagine Dragons. Night Visions (Deluxe Edition). 2013
  7. OneRepublic. Oh My My (Japanese Special Limited Edition). 2016
  8. John Grant. Pale Green Ghosts. 2013
  9. London Grammar. If You Wait. 2013
  10. Daughter. If You Leave. 2013
  11. Garmarna. Hildegard von Bingen. 2001
  12. The Presets. Apocalypso. 2008
  13. Patrick Wolf. Lupercalia. 2011
  14. Choir of Young Believers. This is for the White in Your Eyes. 2008

Viendo

  1. A Monster Calls. J. A. Bayona

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