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Readers also enjoyed. About Albert Caraco. Albert Caraco. French-Uruguayan philosopher, writer, essayist and poet of Turkish Jewish descent.
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Books by Albert Caraco. Trivia About Breviario del caos. He then got a lung illness and therefore had to spend some time in the Jerez countryside. He studied philosophy and literatura in Seville.
H lived in paris for six months. His friendship started with poets who would later make up the 50s Group.
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He travelled through several South American countries. He returned to Spain and took up several publishing posts. He was arrested and fined for political reasons. He spent some time in Cuba and became part of an organization aimed at paying homage to Antonio Machado in Baeza, in , which was finally prohibited by government order. A complete volume of his poetry was published, under the title Vivir para Contarlo [Live to Tell It] along with the Archivo del Cante Flamenco [File of a Flamenco Singer], an album of six discs and a preliminary studym, which was awarded the National Album Award.
He travelled through several European countries.
He started working for the Lexicography Seminar of the Royal Spanish Academy, where he stayed until He gave courses on narrative in several European universities and attended literary symposiums. Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
Please enable cookies in your browser to get the full Trove experience. Skip to content Skip to search. Villaurrutia, Xavier, Physical Description xxii, p. Published San Francisco : Saru Press, Language English Spanish. Author Villaurrutia, Xavier,