Bergam

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José Bergamín - Exile
... of Francisco Franco over the Republican forces, Bergamín went into exile, taking with him a copy of Federico García Lorca's Poeta en Nueva York ... Bergamín would serve as editor of this work by Lorca ... Bergamín went first to Mexico and then to Venezuela and Uruguay, and finally to France ...
Florence Delay - Bibliography
... Frédéric Magne and Jacques Roubaud, 1987) La Décadence de l’analphabétisme, de José Bergamín (1988) Partition rouge ... de Fernando de Rojas (1989) La Solitude sonore du toreo, de José Bergamín (1989) L’Hexaméron (in coll ... du Luxembourg, d’Arnaldo Calveyra (1998) Beauténébreux, de José Bergamín (1999) Dit Nerval, essai (1999) Michée, Aggée, Zacharie, Malachie, (with Maurice Roger and Arnaud Séra ...
José Bergamín - Early Life and Career
... Bergamín's friendship with Jiménez would be as strong as the one he maintained with Miguel de Unamuno, who served as an inspiration for Bergamín ... Bergamín's writings for Índice would make him part of the Generation of '27 (he preferred the term “Generation of the Republic”), although scholars also place him in the earlier Generation of ... An opponent of the regime of Miguel Primo de Rivera, Bergamín participated in a political gathering in Salamanca together with Unamuno in support of republican ideals ...
José Bergamín
... José Bergamín Gutiérrez (Madrid, 1895 – Fuenterrabía, August 28, 1983) was a Spanish writer, essayist, poet, and playwright ... Bergamín was influenced by both politics and religion and attempted to reconcile Communism and Catholicism throughout his life, remarking "I would die supporting the Communists, but no further than that." ...