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Gerald Brenan's Yegen, a century on

Mark Nayler

English writer and Hispanophile Gerald Brenan moved into the Andalusian village of Yegen in January 1920. Brenan, then 25, had been demobilised from the British Army and had come to Spain searching for a tranquil spot in which to read and write. ... Brenan as a young man.SUR The writer lived in Yegen, on and off, until 1934 and wrote about his experiences in South From Granada (1957), a book that delights with its affectionate characterisation of 'pueblo' life as much as its descriptions of the ... Alpujarra's incomparable beauty. But does the Yegen or the Alpujarra that Brenan knew still exist? Visiting the writer's former stomping ground after reading South From Granada, it seemed to me that, in many respects, this remote pocket of Andalucía hasn't

16:42

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Film and music with Brenan

Tony Bryant

Granada, based on Brenan's book of the same name. The film, by award-winning Spanish film director, Fernando Colomo, is an autobiographical account of Brenan's life in Yegen, the small village nestled in the Alpujarras in Granada where he settled in 1920. ... university. Despite the remoteness of Yegen, Brenan's contact with the Bloomsbury Group, of which he was a fringe member, continued and his book recounts the visits of Virginia Woolf, Lytton Strachey and Dora Carrington. Following the film, which will have