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Lorca dedicates the Andalusian songs section to your friend with this dedication: A. Miguel Pizarro (in the symmetrical irregularity of the Japan). On his return from Japan on the Trans-Siberian is assaulted by Manchu bandits. In 1934 he taught Spanish at the University of Bucharest, where he met that his wife Gratiana Oniciu serious. The start of the war provoked by the military rebellion of general Franco was surprised at Barcelona, but is appointed consul by Fernando de los Rios and sent to San Francisco, which raises funds for the Republican cause. Once in Washington, organizes the temporary deposit of Picasso’s Guernica ensuring its conservation and serves as first Secretary of the Embassy of the Spanish Republic with Fernando de los Rios.

In January 1938, he returned to Spain, and at the end of the war, from Figueras takes the path of exile on foot across the Pyrenees. From France again returned to United States, set out in New York, in the neighborhood of Brooklyn, and works as a professor at Brooklyn College and the New School for Social Research, until a few days before his death. The poetic work of Pizarro, verses, with a prologue by Jorge Guillen, not published until 1961. Subsequently appears poetry and drama (2000), with an introduction by her daughter, agueda Pizarro, which includes his play car of the despatriados, in which the author writes in the Foreword: I have valid in its composition of resources and dramatic ways to the noh Japanese – for example the choir – and others of our old cars and sacramental farces. Collected poetry has recently been published. In his constant pilgrimage the arrow without target was to take on the exile. Already in 1931, from Japan, as a premonition, writes to his friend Federico: only vacuum that creates the exile draws attention to the person.

At the end of his life, in a heartbreaking journal written in Brooklyn, tells us: dead and silent forever. And I now I feel at once all the hollow of your absence for so many years. Francisco Arias Solis what more beast than man himself! (Sentence of Fermin Salvochea Muse in the book: 102 reasons to remind Salvochea) For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.