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Virginia Falconer lives mostly inside her head, like Antonio Machado. Real-time occupations have included publishing, teaching Spanish, raising three daughters, and translating to and from Spanish, not always for luminaries.
Virginia Falconer's work featured in PN Review comprises one translation.
Translation of an Article by in PN Review 248 (2019)Campos de Soria translated by Virginia Falconer