Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
Spanish writers on war and peace
Cervantes: Everything then was friendship, everything was harmony
Jorge Guillén: The monsters have passed over
Miguel Hernández: Wretched Wars
Federico García Lorca: War goes crying with a million gray rats
Benito Pérez Galdós: Cannon should be cast into church bells
Benito Pérez Galdós: Good God! why are there wars?
Francisco de Quevedo: Metal against metal: Learning causes peace to be sought after
Francisco de Quevedo: The soldierly virtues of ardor, candor, honor and valor
Miguel de Salabert: I first learned about men from their bombs
Miguel de Salabert: “What have you done with my legs?”
Miguel de Salabert: When they gave me a rifle to carry, I knew my life was over
Armando Palacio Valdés: “He would be better with a pickaxe in his hand, and more useful to his country”
Juan Valera: Thou art the God of peace
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