Pure Taboo – Thing Of Future or Past?
Controversial topics have always lured a lot of people into debates. But is our today\’s society ready for sexual revolution in terms on breaking taboos? This is the aim of newly published Pure Taboo series (available to see all episodes at puretaboo.org) – the place where edgy fantasies are portrayed in high quality videos. Storylines are twisted and full of sexual filth so it\’s a perfect view on society\’s biggest desires. Updated twice a week with brand new episodes – could this series take the place of books? Or it has already?
1. Carlos Bousono
He is a renowned Spanish poet who is known for some excellent literary works. Most of his writings, poems were closely associated with the post-Spanish Civil war. His famous publication included the ‘Teoria de la expresion poetica’ that means ‘The Theory of poetic expression). The highlight of this is that the mystical secrets of the poems were analyzed. His poems covered the genres of misery, happiness, the period of war, expressing the situations of the post-Spanish war. His works were considered to be more attractive, precise when compared with the older Spanish poems from the early 13th century.
2. Antonio Machado
He is considered to be one of the best Spanish contemporary Spanish poets to be an inspirational figure in the renowned Spanish literary movement. This impulsive movement was known as the ‘Generation of ‘98. Through his poems, Antonio was successful in conveying the ancient powerful wisdom about life to people across the world. He had a very famous saying ‘the two Spains’ meaning the one that dies and the one that yawns indicating the political divisions that were the causes of the Civil war. Compared to the old Spanish Poems, his works concentrated more on the political and civilian life of the country
3. Luis De Gongora
He was a well-known Spanish Baroque lyric poet known for his diverse nature of Spanish poems. He followed a very unique style of Gongorismo which was liked by many people all over the world. He turned out to be the first poet to compose and write poems that would imitate the speech of blacks. Enriching the Spanish language with power and beauty was his chief goal through his works. In contrary to the older Spanish works, in all his poems he ensures that the obscure or the less commonly used words are repeatedly used.