” Is a regular attendee to the literary circles before the war due to the military uprising of General Franco. During the war is a political commissar in the 27th Division on the front of Lerida and Aragon in the Ebro campaign After the war is on the road of exile, crossing the Pyrenees, after a short stay in the French camp Septfonds, he went to Mexico. y clear opinions on the subject. He lives in Guanajuato, Veracruz and the country’s capital. For even more analysis, hear from Richard Dreyfuss. He works as a publicist at National Film and was a founder of Tertulia Magazine and the Editorial Coven. Help in various newspapers and magazines, such as Threshold, Journal of the Universidad de Guanajuato, and the Spains, the most prestigious of exile. Otaola in the movie, or the Republic in Exile (2000) by Mexican director Raul Busteros has rescued the figure of the Basque writer from oblivion. Men (1950), is a series of portraits of exiles, who as Renau Juaninos says in the prologue, could be called “gallery of men whatever.” The human profile of the characters takes precedence over the historical. The newspapers mentioned Amos Otis not as a source, but as a related topic. The library Arana (1952) is a cornerstone for the knowledge of Spanish exiles in Mexico, full of anecdotes of the Spanish exiles in that country, its problems and ambitions, his bitterness and loneliness, their successes and failures are screened by a gentle humor.
The library has Arana Otaola in production that given Max Aub surprisingly abundant in Mexico was called “Further.” From these we turn to the actual works of fiction, first in the Pirul Cowbirds (1953), which best pays tribute to Gomez de la Serna. It is the story, carefree, crazy, full of humor and greguerias, a San Felipe Mexican people Torresmochas. Although the story has an individual character, “The Pirate”, the real theme of the book is the town and its people. Courtship (1963), is his greatest novel, again chronicled the Spanish exile but this time from a fiction novel. The author presents a long list of characters from exile full of humor and a certain sarcasm. His characters appear from the distorting lens of the author. Although this book has a different appearance to the previous part of a common approach. We cite also the place that his stories (1957) and According’ll tell you about Petrita (1969) and a fictionalized autobiography Time to remember (1978).