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09:14

Local

Ibn Gabirol: a legacy that has lasted a thousand years

FERNANDO TORRES

...of him. This influential 11th century Andalusian poet and philosopher was born in Malaga but became an orphan at a young age and was taken in by a prominent political figure of the time. He became a prolific writer who published over a hundred poems, ... Salomón Castiel. Flowers and poems to remember Ibn Gabirol The aim was to pass on the message of tolerance and community which lies behind the poems and writings of the Sephardi poet, and the conference featured different aspects of his life, in the

00:11

LifeStyle

2 April 1940: Lorca’s Poet in New York is first published

David Balmer

On 2 April 1940, A Poet in New York by Andalusian poet Federico García Lorca, was first published. The work, written during Lorca’s time in New York between 1929 and 1930, was not published in Spain at this time due to the Franco regime’s ... nationalists on 16 August. Three days later, somewhere near the town of Alfacar, he was executed by firing squad. Just a month before his death, Lorca had left the manuscript for Poet in New York with his editor José Bergamín in Madrid. Bergamín managed ... to flee Spain, taking the manuscript with him. It was eventually published in Mexico and the United States on 2 April 1940. American poet Rolfe Humphries translated the work into English. Lorca’s work remained highly censored throughout the Franco

12:23

LifeStyle

Spanglish artist

GEORGINA OLIVER

...of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda's three houses, Isla Negra, an antiquarian book shop/contemporary art gallery in the historical centre of Malaga (Calle Álamos, 15), is the venue of a four-artist show entitled Deconstruction for Creation - Feeling Art

14:20

LifeStyle

30 October 1910: Birth of republican poet Miguel Hernández

Tony Bryant

Miguel Hernández Gilabert, the republican playwright and poet who received considerable fame during the late 1930s and early '40s, was born in Valencia on 30 October 1910. Raised in a poverty-stricken environment, Hernández was associated with the ... to write poetry. Sijé's death from an intestinal infection on Christmas Eve in 1935 inspired Hernández's poem Elegy, considered one of his most important works. Hernández was strongly influenced by Spanish baroque poet Luis de Góngora, and he ... arrested several times for his anti-fascist stance, and eventually received the penalty of death by firing squad. However, he escaped the death sentence, which was commuted to a 30-year prison term, due to the intervention of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, who

13:14

LifeStyle

21 August 1911: The Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre

alekk m. saanders

Picasso mingled in bohemian artist circles. One of his friends was the poet and writer Guillaume Apollinaire, whose name appeared in the press at the time thanks to his former secretary, Honore-Joseph Géry Pieret. With the hope of being rewarded in cash ... lovers were unable to destroy the works, and the following morning Apollinaire visited the Journal. He gave them the statues, but demanded the newspaper give him anonymity. However, the police detained the poet and, later, Pablo Picasso was ordered to

13:09

National

Princesa de Asturias prizes awarded with full socal distancing

SUR

The annual Princesa de Asturias prize-giving ceremony took place in Oviedo last Friday in the presence of the Royal Family. The prizes reward national and international individuals and groups for outstanding achievement in different walks of life. Th

12:48

LifeStyle

Local poet shines light on the 'marvels' of Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

Local poet and children's author Marcos Antonio López has recently published a book of poetry and short stories about Benalmádena. Known as 'El Escritor de Benalmádena' (the writer of Benalmádena), the author's latest work, Benalmádena from my

16:23

LifeStyle

Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

Spanish labyrinth’. Rejection from Eliot Above all, Woolsey was a poet. That lyrical vision of the world can also be seen in her prose. She wanted her work, in which she supported female sexuality and criticised the lack of freedom which asphyxiated