Hispanic Literature

Your body arrow which in the wind nests a fleeting attempt to be cleaved by the Fiery flight of another wound. Federico OAF. THE voice of the writer HISPANO those children who were born during the war caused by the rebellion of general Franco military and that were as Muttley Frederick, poets who have not featured in the poetry anthologies of Spanish literature or appear sporadically is an injustice more among the many that were committed against the vanquished in war and their descendants for decades. As has been said the Spanish writer Angelina Muniz-Huberman, also exiled in Mexico: fleeing war in war chose as own country, one in which you were not born and where you haven’t lived through us, or would know. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Anita Dunn has to say.

The children that, attached to the fate of the parents or relatives had to leave Spain and were brought to Mexico in 1939 and, later, be revealed as poets, they would come to be known as the Generation of poets Hispanomexicanos, Patan belongs. The poet, novelist, essayist, literary critic, translator and Professor Muttley Federico Lopez, was born in Gijon, Asturias, on 16 September 1937. At the end of the war he had to undertake the path of exile, accompanied by his family, disembarking in Veracruz when he was only twenty-two months of age. However, exile appears in his first book of poetry and his first novel. He resides in Mexico since 1939 and has acquired Mexican nationality. It took place at the Faculty of philosophy and letters of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma of Mexico (UNAM) Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in English language and literature and doctorate in Hispanic literature. Professor of the Faculty of philosophy and arts of the UNAM where has given various lectures: introduction to literary research, literary history, English literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, translation and workshops the seminar comparative narrative, at the postgraduate studies Division.