This is not Munoz Molina but Azana
speaking, although Azana
is part of the intertext in La noche de los tiempos.
Conor O'Farrell partnered Azana
on that occasion, claiming a valuable 7lb.
But there wasn't much Spanish national history before 1492, which means Azana
was referring to a tradition of twenty-five years between unification and the accession of the first Habsburg.
The reopening of the Azana Salon and Spa received uniformly positive and hopeful coverage from the local media.
Tami Gemmell, owner of the Azana Salon and Spa, while being selective and very intentional about the times and places of her public statements and interviews, maintained a strong presence in the media and the community.
Azana (215, 218), Montesinos (107), Jimenez Fraud (170, 173-74) y DeCoster (96).
Azana (216, 224, 229-30), DeCoster (97), Jimenez Fraud (170), Montesinos (105-8), Rubio (20), Romero (54) y Charnon-Deutsch (Gender 25).
Certainly, Belloc did so at times, as did his literary descendant Roy Campbell, who numbered among his plentiful aversions Elizabeth I's regime ("Cecil's Ogpu") and Spain's bespectacled prime minister Manuel Azana
("Four-eyed Janus .
You must know I'm getting stuck for winners when I come all the way to Downpatrick" - trainer Pat Fahy after Azana
and Conor O'Farrell had landed the 2m2f handicap hurdle in fine style
Other sources, like his correspondence and his contacts with leaders like Azana
, may be more revealing, but this is not public knowledge.
There was no easier or more impressive winner over the three days than Azana
, who bolted up in the bumper.
His novels range from De barro y de esperanza (Of Clay and of Hope; 1957) to Proceso a Godoy (Godoy on Trial; 1992) and include such award-winners as Auto de fe (1968; Premio Nacional de Literatura), Azana
(1973; Premio Planeta), and the much-praised and wonderfully titled El Ingenioso Hidalgo y Poeta Federico Garcia Lorca Asciende a los Infiernos (The Astute Nobleman and Poet Federico Garcia Lorca Ascends to Hell; 1980; Premio Nadal).