Delfín Carbonell Basset

Delfín Carbonell Basset

Delfín Carbonell is a graduate of Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh. He holds a Ph.D. in Philology from Madrid and has authored 35 books in both English and Spanish, published by McGraw-Hill, Barron’s, Larousse, Anaya and Serbal. He has taught at Pitt, F&M, Scranton and Murray St. University.

Suicide as a selfish act

Suicide as a Selfish Act

The Turn of the Screw, a Gothic novella by Henry James, published in 1898, gives us a glimpse of a haunted, terror-stricken, eerie, ghastly…

Who were the indianos?

Who Were The Indianos?

Indiano was the name given to Spanish returnees from the American colonies, successful emigrants who struck it rich in the New World and returned…

Coping with fear of memory loss

Coping With Fear of Memory Loss

My fears lurk all over my mind, hiding behind the bigger neurons of my brain, sometimes under tiny veins, near the cortex… watching me,…