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A previously unpublished story by Miguel Delibes will hit bookstores on April 26

Wednesday, March 28, 2018  

Titled "Leopoldina the Witch" (La bruja Leopoldina), it is the only children's story that the author wrote and illustrated, at age 18. There are still texts by great writers of Spanish literature that remain unpublished.

The latest good news for those who love Literature, with a capital L, is that on April 26 will arrive at Spanish bookstores «Leopoldina the Witch» (Destino), a short story for children, the very first (as far as it is know) written and illustrated by Miguel Delibes at eighteen years of age. The story, which had remained unknown until now, had been sitting all this time in the archives of the Miguel Delibes Foundation, according to the Destino publishing house.

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