THE godson of famous British hispanophile Gerald Brenan has released a second book of poems.
Carlos Pranger (right) who translated much of Brenan’s work, including South from Granada, has made a name for himself as a poet.
Following the success of his collection Las Penumbras del Loco which was published in 2008, he is hitting the shelves once more with Vendajes 1989.
His godfather Brenan spent much of his life in Alhaurin el Grande as well as the Alpujarras.
He wrote some of the key books on Spain from the last century, including the Spanish Labyrinth about the Spanish Civil War.
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