Gil-Albert, Juan.

Valencia: Pre-Textos. Instituto de Cultura Juan Gil-Albert, 1999. 1st ed. Octavo, wraps, 495 p. Good Paperback 9788481912746 20th century quotations, maxims, etc. of Spanish literature. Gil-Albert was a poet, essayist and critic, born in Alcoy, Alicante in 1904. He studied Law and Arts in Valencia. He published his first prose work in 1927, and then through friendship with García Lorca, Cernuda, Jimenez and Chacel, among others, got in touch with poetry. He published his first works of poetry in 1936, with the Republican intellectuals. His painful experience in the civil war made him a important cutting-edge poet. From 1939-1947 he went into exile in Mexico and Argentina. Upon returning to Spain, he published several works, among which "El existir medita su corriente"(1949) and "Concertar es amor" (1951). (Item ID: 145200)


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