Miguel Pizarro

Posted on December 1, 2018 By

MIGUEL PIZARRO (1897-1956) Miguel Pizarro! Arrow without target! Where is the water for a White Swan? The Japan is an unfriendly seaworthy boat. A moon and thousand lanterns. Dream of wallpaper. Between the rock and the silk, rock! Miguel Pizarro. Silk glitters absent and birds come to the rock. Federico Garcia Lorca. THE voice of the arrow without white writer and philosopher Malaga Maria Zambrano became enamored of his cousin Miguel Pizarro, poet and playwright, when that single was ten years old and kept with him an intense relationship, both also sharing the love for literature. The father of Maria banned by incestuous lovers with his cousin, fact that caused a great pain to the bride and groom and prompted the departure of Spain’s Pizarro.

To Maria Zambrano his cousin would always be the great love of his life and, many years later, confessed: Miguel Pizarro was being more beautiful inside and out I’ve ever met. Poet, playwright, journalist, diplomat and Professor of Spanish Miguel Pizarro Zambrano Alajar, Huelva, born on June 24, 1897 and died in Brooklyn, New York, in January 1956. With few years he settles with his family in Granada, where he studied philosophy and letters. obtaining the degree in 1917. In 1915 is one of the founders of the Granada journal. It is part of the tertulia de El Rinconcillo, which met at the Cafe Alameda plaza del Campillo, involving Federico Garcia Lorca, Fernandez Melchor Almagro, Manuel angeles Ortiz, Jose Fernandez Montesinos and Antonio Gallego Burin, among others. Maintains a close friendship with Federico, who dedicated several poems to him. He moved to Madrid, where locking friendship with Pedro Salinas and Jorge Guillen, works at the Center for historical research and collaborates in the sphere and the Sun daily that in 1921 sent to Japan as a correspondent and comes to occupy the Chair of Spanish at school official languages of Osaka, city that survives the strong earthquake of March of 1927, is also dedicated to the teaching of the language in Kobe, where he remained until 1934.

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