In the same way that there is a Victorian London of Dickens, poor and marginal on the banks of the Thames, there is a golden and unrepeatable Madrid, scene of the greatest concentration of talent in the history of universal literature in just a few blocks.
The narrow streets of the barrio de las Letras, known as the Muses neighborhood, speak of Madrid in which Miguel de Cervantes imagined his literary blog to Mount Parnassus; contemporary with the rancorous and offensive rivalry between Francisco de Quevedo and Luis de Góngora, the inspiration of Ruiz de Alarcón, the verses of Lope de Vega or the life in sleep of a very young Calderón de la Barca.
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