Luis Rosales

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Luis Rosales
Born (1910-05-31)31 May 1910
Granada, Spain
Died 24 October 1992(1992-10-24) (aged 82)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Writer
Language Spanish
Nationality Flag of Spain (1785-1873 and 1875-1931).svg Spanish
Period 20th century
Genre poetry, essay, journalism
Literary movement Generation of '36
Notable works La Casa Encendida, Abril, Diario de una Resurrección, Rimas, Cervantes y la Libertad
Spouse María Fouz
Children Luis Rosales Fouz

Luis Rosales Camacho (31 May 1910 – 24 October 1992)[1] was a Spanish poet and essay writer member of the Generation of '36.

He was born in Granada (Spain). He became a member of the Hispanic Society of America and the Royal Spanish Academy in 1962. Rosales obtained the Miguel de Cervantes Prize in 1982 for his literary work.[2] He died in Madrid in 1992, aged 82.

Literary work[edit]

Editorial Trotta published his Complete Works (Obra Completa):

  1. Poesía 978-84-8164-113-4
  2. Cervantes y la libertad 978-84-8164-131-8
  3. Estudios sobre el Barroco 978-84-8164-153-0
  4. Ensayos de filosofía y literatura 978-84-8164-206-3
  5. La obra poética del conde de Salinas 978-84-8164-236-0
  6. La mirada creadora. Pintura, música y otros temas 978-84-8164-274-2

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