As Autenticas Memorias Da Bela Otero Carolina Otero pdf lit doc

April 19, 2019

As Autenticas Memorias Da Bela Otero por Carolina Otero

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Bela Otero was a myth, a living legend of the Parisian Belle Époque, its sexsimbol. Born in Valga in 1868, Carolina Otero was a Galician, and in her native village, she was co-acquainted with the nickname of A Cordeirana. For it was said that seven men died, they loved six kings, and even the desire for the cars of the time tried to imitate the shapes of their hats. Among his lovers was Tsar Nicholas II, Edward VII, Prince of Wales, Kaiser Guillerme de Alemafia, Leopold II of Belgium and Albert of Monaco. And although it presumed dunha supposed Andalusian and flamenco ancestry, the reality is that it was filla dun paragueiro and dunha beggar. At fifteen he fled from Valga to Lisbon with his first love. Soon resided in Barcelona, Marseilles and Paris. Xa converted no star traveled all over the world. An inveterate gambler, she lost her immense fortune at the Montecarlo Casino. Since 1948, he lived ruined nunha pension of Nice and before súa fixed death testament in favor of the poor of Valga. Louis Seoane wrote about it. Xerais now publishes in Galician, within Peto"s collection, the very authentic memoirs, which she herself gave to Madame Claude Valmont in 1926. These pages are set in lieu of lies and falsehoods, through which she denies da súa orixe galega , But reading is very exciting. Bela Otero was a myth, a living legend of the Parisian Belle Époque, its sexsimbol. Born in Valga in 1868, Carolina Otero was a Galician, and in her native village, she was co-acquainted with the nickname of Cordeirana. For it was said that seven men died, they loved six kings, and even the desire for the cars of the time tried to imitate the shapes of their hats. Among his lovers was Tsar Nicholas II, Edward VII, Prince of Wales, Kaiser Guillerme de Alemafia, Leopold II of Belgium and Albert of Monaco. And although it presumed dunha supposed Andalusian and flamenco ancestry, the reality is that it was filla dun paragueiro and dunha beggar. At fifteen he fled from Valga to Lisbon with his first love. Soon resided in Barcelona, Marseilles and Paris. Xa converted no star traveled all over the world. An inveterate gambler, she lost her immense fortune at the Monte Carlo Casino. Since 1948, he has lived ruined a pension of Nice and before fixed death testament in favor of the poor of Valga. Louis Seoane wrote about it. Xerais now publishes in Galician, within Peto"s collection, the very authentic memoirs, which she herself gave to Madame Claude Valmont in 1926. These pages are set in lieu of lies and falsities, through which she denies da súa orixe galega, But reading is very Exciting