Amores imposibles y trágicos, personajes marginales con ansias de libertad, naturaleza desgarradora, tétrica, oscura, reflejo del estado de ánimo del escritor... son características del movimiento literario con el que los alumnos de 4º ESO han empezado la literatura de este año: el Romanticismo.
On the 8th of may Sixth Year went to visit the City of Arts and Sciences (CAC) in Valencia. They gave us a short summary representing a coffee shop conversation among friends:
“Belen: Hi Evelyn, hi Gloria! How are you this morning?
Evelyn & Gloria: Good morning! We’re OK and you?
Belen: I’m really tired and my feet hurt!
Gloria: To tell you the truth, I’m sleepy! I had a fantastic time at the excursion yesterday!
Evelyn: It was really interesting but I was a bit scared when I saw the big shark.
Gloria: Me, too!
Belen: Which was your favourite part of the trip?
Evelyn: My favourite part was when we saw the electricity show; and yours Gloria?
Gloria: My favourite part was when we went to the Oceanografic “hospital.” In my opinion the most interesting fish was the little shark. It was so cute!!
Belen: Oh yes! They were really fun but the best part was when we saw the big sharks’ tanks.
Evelyn: I don’t think so! It was very scary!
Belen: Oh no, it’s late. I have to go, bye girls!
Gloria: It’s true! Evelyn, let’s go to the shop. It closes at 5.
Evelyn and Gloria: Bye Belen! See you soon!”
By: EVELYN YANKEY; BELEN MARTINEZ & GLORIA FAYOS