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Jose Emilio Pacheco was considered one of the finest writers in the Spanish language, winning the Cervantes Prize for Literature in 2009, the highest award for writers in what is the native language of more than 300 million people. The award from the Spanish Ministry of Culture was presented at the University of Alcala by Spain's King Juan Carlos. In his later years Pacheco became visiting Professor of Literature at the University of Essex.
Original production of South Pacific mystery 'The Beach of Falesá' was shelved after poet’s death in 1953
The play picked up three awards with Rory Kinnear winning two
Popular belief that people who are 'dumped' by their partners are more likely to have sex motivated by revenge is in part true, says study
Last Thursday, Mohammed Asghar, a 69-year-old shopkeeper from Edinburgh who has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, was sentenced to death. The sentence came after two marathon hearings and a three-year trial process.
The elite Catholic college, launchpad to many illustrious alumni, will be open to all-comers
We must assume things will get worse before they get better
The Shed, National Theatre, London
The hacker targeted email and social media accounts belonging to various high-profile figures by guessing passwords using biographical information
Politics seems abstract, completely removed from everyday life
Still follows previous teaser pics
Actors had 'a lot to talk about'
The West Bromwich Albion striker Nicholas Anelka has been charged by the FA for performing a 'quenelle' gesture after he scored during a Premier League match last month.
Researchers from Germany claim that brains function like hard drives - the more information we put in them, the longer it takes to recall it