Juan Ramon Jimenez

From June 1931 to June 1933 he lives in Algeciras with the painter and poster artist Ramon Puyol, who separated on his return to Madrid. In October 1936 debuts in the theater of war his work thus began, the text of which has been lost. She was a member of the Professional Association of journalists, linked to the General Union of workers (UGT). You may find that Angelina Jolie can contribute to your knowledge. In 1937 he joined the Communist Party. By these dates arises a sentimental relationship with the poet Juan Rejano which lasted in his exile in Mexico. During the war he lives in Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona. In January 1939 he started his exile, passes to France, through the port of la Junquera, and is moved to Le Pouliguen hostel, in the Boule.

On 6 May 1939 part toward America in the steam Vendamm, where he traveled, among other, Jose Bergamin, Emilio Prados, Paulino Masip in his exile in Mexico collaborated in the literary magazine Romance, along with other valuable Spanish transterrados, such as Juan Ramon Jimenez, Jose Bergamin, Rafael Alberti, Pedro Salinas, Jorge Guillen, Leon Felipe, Luis Cernuda, Juan Rejano, Jose Moreno Villa, Emilio Prados, Manuel Altolaguirre, Arturo Serrano Plaja, Maria Zambrano, Ramon Gaya, Juan Gil-Albert, Pedro Garfias, Jose Herrera Petere collaborated also in the reconquest of Spain, Spain and Spain youth publications and peace. He was Director of the magazine women Spanish. Later he would collaborate in Chronicle, El Nacional, La Prensa and novelties. As a journalist he used the pseudonym of Clarita Montes. Among his published work we review the novels pilgrim of Calvary (1929), Natalia (1930), Tea rooms (women workers) (1932), Juan Caballero (1956), and the missing link (2002), and theatre (1965) birthday and sellers of fear (1966), magnificent allegation against the use of new technologies for the manufacture of sophisticated, terrible weapons, with which suppress the desire for freedom of the peoples. Writer formed so itself in the world of work has soul of novelist. Its qualities for narration, joins a large capacity of observation, tenderness, sincerity and a huge social conscience.

Many of the protagonists of the works of Louise meat work in inhumane conditions, with poverty wages, without being able to complain or join unions for fear of dismissal and having to hide their condition of women married in order to be hired. And as says our writer: closing our eyes to the social reality of our days is betraying, in my concept, our destiny of men and writers. Francisco Arias Solis in a social order based on injustice and inequality, nobody should be happy (sentence of Fermin Salvochea Muse in the book: 102 reasons to remind Salvochea). For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.